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OCZ Technology Group Announces DDR2 Gold for Gamers

| RAM News | Posted: Apr 24, 2005 5:52 am

OCZ have just introduced yet another series of memory modules, announcing their OCZ DDR2 Gold series for gamers. Included in the new lineup are the PC2-4200 Gold, PC2-5400 Gold, and PC2-6400 Gold modules. Full details in the official press release folks, with the product page on the 6400 Gold series also found over here.


OCZ's new lineup of gold DDR2 modules are specifically designed to address the demanding environments of serious Gamers," said Alex Mei, VP of Marketing, OCZ Technology, Inc. "Gamers will experience superior performance when playing all the latest games, unprecedented data bandwidths, and enhanced thermal performance with our superior copper heatspreaders. These Gold modules truly represent the optimal balance of high-end gaming performance and value."


The OCZ DDR2 Gold series, available in DDR2-533, 667, and 800, is built with leading edge technology designed to provide users with unwavering performance features capable of excelling in even the most challenging computing environments. Equipped with OCZ's proprietary Enhanced Latency Technology, the DDR2 Gold series offers lower latency timings than standard DDR2 modules all while providing unsurpassed stability.


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