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OCZ also halts sales of Elpida Hyper based DDR3

Posted on Friday, July 10 2009 @ 16:16:02 CEST by


Two days ago Corsair stopped selling Dominator GT memory modules with Elpida Hyper memory chips, and on the same day OCZ published a statement on its forums that they will also halt sales of modules with Elpida Hyper ICs, even though the company has not yet seen extended failures in the field.
In regards to the potential issues relating to Elpida Hyper IC’s, OCZ has not yet seen extended failures in the field, and the Elipda Hyper IC’s we have used came from earlier batches so we do not yet know if this is the reason why we are not seeing field issues but as a proactive measure based on the latest information from media reviewers like AnandTech we have officially held the use of any Elpida Hyper IC’s at this time. Any customers that are seeing issues are encouraged to contact us and we will absolutely take care of all customers with a no questions asked refund or exchange for another OCZ product of equal value, whichever the customer prefers. We want to make sure that our customers have peace of mind and the confidence that we will take care of any and all issues related to modules that utilize Elpida Hyper chips.



 



 

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