- OCZ announces PC-3200 Platinum Limited Edition EL DDR
OCZ have a press release out today announcing their new PC-3200 Platinum Limited Edition EL DDR modules. They feature the Winbond BH-6 ICs chips and typically look to be quality sticks, rated for timings of 2-2-2-7 @ 2.7v. The full PR can be read over at the official site.
"PC enthusiasts have made it clear that they would like a product that is capable of low latency and moderate overclocking," said Steve Lee, Vice President of Sales and Marketing with OCZ Technology Group. "OCZ PC-3200 Platinum Limited Edition EL DDR allows for incredibly low timings and excellent performance across a wide variety of systems and configurations."
- 4GHz+ Pentium 4 On The Horizon
Yesterday the Inquirer scored a peek at Intel's latest roadmaps, comfirming their intentions to release a 4GHz Pentium 4 by the end of the year. Celeron looks to be heading for 3.3GHz too. There's also a seperate article covering the upcoming Xeon line of processors.
DOWN AT THE PORCUPINE yesterday we saw Intel's latest roadmaps which confirm that it will be able to offer a 4GHz Pentium 4 for sale by the end of the year. Intel's been broadcasting these hopes for quite a while. And as revealed elsewhere today, Intel 925X and 915 are the names for the Alderswood and Grantsdale chipset. The Grantsdale 915GV and GL are the variants for Intel's "Third Generation" integrated graphics, but the 910GL will be backward compatible with 478 pin Prescotts.
As we've written elsewhere, Intel wil introduce a 3.40GHz Northwood version of its Extreme Edition on February 2nd next. But it will also produce an LGA 775 version of this chip in the second quarter.
- Articles and Reviews from around the Web
- Intel Prescott Die Pictured @ The Inquirer
- High End Server CPUs Shootout @ GamePC
- Intel to Showcase 64-bit Xeon, Pentium Processors Next Month? @ XBit Labs
- Intel 'likely' to offer 64-bit Pentium @ The Register