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OCZ ramps up DDR3 some more with Blade series

Impressive 2000MHz offerings with low latencies

| RAM News | Posted: Dec 19, 2008 8:44 am

OCZ launched a very impressive series of DDR3 memory modules today which are primarily suited to the Core i7 platform with its tri-channel support.

 

The new Blade series is certainly some mighty fine competition for the ultra high-end market, squarely up against the likes of Corsair's yet to be announced DOMINATOR GT series.

 

CZ ramps up DDR3 some more with Blade series

 

These Blade series modules are rated for 2000MHz speeds with tightened latencies of just 7-8-7-20 and stay within the 1.65v Core i7 safe zone. The exclusive Blade heatspreader is an enhanced design to better dissipate heat whilst keeping to a sleek, low profile.

 

You can currently purchase the modules in a 3x2GB kit. More details on them can be found within the press release here and the product page here folks.

 


Sunnyvale, Calif.-December 18, 2008-OCZ Technology Group, Inc., a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today introduced the Blade Series Triple Channel Memory kit, the latest maximum-performance RAM designed specifically for the Intel® Core™ i7 processor / Intel® X58 Express Chipset. At DDR3-2000 CL 7-8-7, the Blade Series harnesses industry-leading speeds at the low voltage required to safely run Core i7's triple channel mode. With the ideal combination of all the factors that formulate the ultimate memory solution- density, speed, latency, and an effective new cooling design-the Blade 2000 kit is guaranteed to please enthusiasts looking to take the hottest Intel platform to new heights.

 

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