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OCZ Technology Introduces (GX) Gamer eXtreme Memory

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| RAM News | Posted: Jun 15, 2005 8:26 am

OCZ have just launched a new series of DDR memory modules aimed at gamers, dubbed the Gold GX (Gamer eXtreme) series. The modules are rated for PC-3500 speeds (217MHz) at perfected timings of 2-2-2-5 with 2.8V. Further info within OCZ's official announcement at their website. Alternatively, you can head straight over to the product page here folks.


OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, is pleased to announce the release of the extremely gamer-friendly OCZ PC-3500 Gold GX series, an aggressively priced, low latency line.


The word excessive doesn't exist in the gaming world; they say practice makes perfect and today's computer gaming community needs a fast, reliable, and affordable memory solution that can keep up with the most serious of gamers. OCZ extends a helping hand to the standard gaming hobbyists as well as full fledged cyber athletes with the PC-3500 Gold Gamer eXtreme Series. Since Gold GX is easy on the wallet, gamers can finally get the memory performance they need to power their graphics hungry contemporary PC titles.


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