OCZ announces PC2-6400 Enhanced Bandwidth DDR-II module

Posted on Thursday, May 27 2004 @ 23:21 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
OCZ today announced the impending release of high their performance PC2-4300, PC2-5300 and PC2-6400 Enhanced Bandwidth DDR-II module family.

OCZ will be testing all DDR-II modules and dual channel kits to ensure maximum stability and functionality at specified clock frequencies and latency settings. While DDR-II platforms are still in development, we expect major chipset manufacturers to support PC2-5300 / PC2-6400 within the year.

"We believe that DDR II modules at 667 MHz and 800 MHz will eventually become viable replacements for current DDR modules" said Dr. Michael Schuette, director of technology development with OCZ Technology Group. "While there may not be an immediate benefit from the transition towards DDR II, OCZ, true to their reputation as market leader, is allocating resources towards the refinement of the DDR II standard to develop the new EB DDR II line of memory modules."

OCZ Enhanced Bandwidth DDR II modules exceed current JEDEC specifications with respect to both frequency and latency settings to offer the customers the best DDR II modules on the market.

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