OCZ presents new products at Computex

Posted on Tuesday, Jun 03 2008 @ 19:35 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
OCZ send out an e-mail with some more information on the new products they're presenting at Computex 2008. This includes 2133MHz+ memory modules, a new TurboCool 860W PSU, a TurboCool 1200W ESA PSU with adjustable rails, some USB sticks and a line of gaming peripherals.
As an ongoing leader in highly advanced performance memory, OCZ unveils new top speed PC3-17000 Flex II memory modules developed for high-end overclocked water cooled systems. The live demo will showcase blazing speeds of 2133MHz+ while the memory remains extremely cool and stable with the integrated liquid injection system combined with the superior passive cooling of the Flex II heatsink design.

PC Power & Cooling continues to lead the industry by further innovating premium performance power supplies. The latest additions to the industrial-grade TurboCool Series offers the robust 860 edition now featuring the Enthusiast System Architecture (ESA), while the previous ESA-certified TurboCool 1200 will now feature the adjustable rail design first introduced earlier this year.

Undertaking exciting new endeavors in the flash memory market, OCZ is all about affordable, portable, and innovative style with its latest offerings. The super sleek and capless Spyder, the compact and durable Diesel, and the impenetrable and elegant Fortress USB drives offer mainstream and enthusiast users highly reliable and high-capacity flash storage. The Core Solid State Drive series is OCZ’s newest line of SSD’s and offers an optimal blend of performance and value.

Unveiling for the first time ever its new value-minded Alchemy line, OCZ will offer the mainstream gamer everything they need to play with the best without draining their wallets. The Alchemy line will encompass stylish keyboards, mice, and power supplies, and offers the first look at the Alchemy Elixir and Elixir II keyboards for the quality gaming features and performance at a price accessible to all.

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