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OCZ Technology Launches Camouflaged "Special Ops" Memory Line

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| RAM News | Posted: May 27, 2006 2:29 am

OCZ have gone all military with the introduction of their latest series of memory modules (for both DDR and DDR2 platforms). The new "Special Ops Edition" lineup feature a unique camouflaged motif XTC heatspreader and are sold as either single 1GB modules or 2GB kits.


For further info, check out OCZ's press release here folks.


"Gamers are a unique breed, and place distinctive demands on their PC memory," commented Alex Mei, OCZ Technology Inc. "Serious gamers put heavy bandwidth requirements on their memory, and put a premium on both superior performance and dependability. The new OCZ Special Ops Edition memory dual channel kits feature the ultimate balance of speed, reliability, and high capacity, making them an ideal solution for gamers."


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