OCZ to launch higher speed DDR2 memory modules

Posted on Thursday, October 14 2004 @ 17:26 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
OCZ is soon going to launch a number of new high-end DDR2 SDRAM memory modules within a few weeks. Planned are PC2-4200 and PC2-5400 memory sticks running at respectively 533MHz and 667MHz with CL3 2-2-12 and CL4 3-3-12 latency settings.
Both products appear to have analogues on the market, as earlier this month Corsair Memory announced its XMS2 Series 4300C memory modules rated to operate at 538MHz with CL3 3-3-8 latency settings, while a number of companies, including OCZ Technology, hit 667MHz DDR2 speed-bin with CL4 4-4-12 latency settings.

In about a month time or later OCZ targets to release its 733MHz and 800MHz DDR2 memory modules with CL4 4-4-12 and CL4 5-5-12 timings respectively. Both are likely to be exclusive offerings by Sunnyvale, California-based OCZ, who indicated plans to release DDR2 memory modules with 800MHz clock-speed targeting overclockers and enthusiasts back in the first half of the year.
More info at X-bit Labs

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