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OCZ Technology Announces the PC2-7200 Special Ops Edition

| Posted: Jul 16, 2006 4:14 am

As a new member to their "Special Ops" range of memory modules (sporting a unique camouflage motif XTC heatspreader), OCZ have just released some PC2-7200 (DDR2-900) variants.

 

Read the announcement here for further details, and the product page can also be found here folks.

 



The PC2-7200 SOE will be available in 1GB (2x512MB) and 2GB (2x1024MB) dual channel kits for the ultimate memory upgrade on the latest DDR2 platforms. Rated at 5-5-5 latency timings, these modules offer faster access times than standard JEDEC reference design and give gamers the additional performance edge over conventional DDR2-900 memory. With today's games requiring a minimum of 2GB of system memory, the Special Ops Edition is the ideal solution for gamers who need high capacity options in addition to superior reliability and bandwidth management without a hefty price point.

 

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