OCZ DDR2 PC2-9600 FlexXLC Edition Review

Posted on 2007-05-04 13:43:24 by Thomas De Maesschalck

Late last year OCZ developed the world’s first water-cooled memory, which was designed to operate at 1150MHz. Now there is a newer version of this memory designed to work at 1200Mhz! This new DDR2 memory looks incredible, and while we were impressed for the most part, OCZ might have gotten a little carried away here. They are flogging off the 2GB versions of these kits for $500 US! That is more than twice what you would pay for high quality DDR2-800 memory. So is this new OCZ FlexXLC memory worth your time? Read on to find out...

Back when I reviewed the OCZ DDR2 PC2-9200 FlexXLC Edition memory we claimed that it was the best DDR2 memory reviewed to date and it was! The only down side at the time was the $520 US price tag OCZ was asking for a 2GB kit. The price did however fall to a much more reasonable $300 US within a very short period of time. The PC2-9600 FlexXLC Edition memory is just as impressive, though once again it does come at a hefty price tag.

Link: Legion Hardware

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