Legit Reviews visited OCZ at CES 2008 and saw a couple of interesting products. First there are the new Flex2 DDR3 modules which features a more advanced cooling solution than the current Flex XLC series. The new modules allow coolant to flow directly above the memory ICs but the disadvantage of this bulky cooling solution is that you can't place two memory modules next to each other on your motherboard.
Other things OCZ presented include a new CPU waterblock, an updated edition of the Neural Impulse Actuator, 32GB flash drives, a flash drive with The Sims 2 and their first SSDs.
The firm is also showcasing a new version of their HydroJet cooler. This cooling product has been under development for nearly a year now and the model they presented at CES 2008 is a prototype of their fourth generation HydroJet. We're pretty interested in the performance of this cooler as the HydroJet is one of the first self-contained liquid processor coolers with a carbon nanotube base.