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OCZ FlexXLC Edition DDR-2 PC-9200 Memory - Chilled to Perfection

OCZ recently introduced FlexXLC Edition memory which comes with the option of water cooling. Let's take a closer look!

| DDR-2 Memory in RAM | Posted: Jan 19, 2007 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.5%      Manufacturer: OCZ Technology

 

Introduction

 

It's no surprise to anyone in the enthusiast market just how fast PC's are now running - higher speed processors are coming out just about every month, new motherboards are hitting the market and even memory is skyrocketing.

 

Not so long ago we took a look at memory at the 800MHz to 1GHz DDR range of RAM from quite a few companies, and there is no sign of it stopping just yet. DDR-2 has truly opened the door for extreme speeds for memory technology, and its no wonder both AMD and Intel are using this juga naught - it still has some life left in it before the newer DDR-3 technology takes over. While there has been criticism of DDR-2 memory running clock for clock with DDR not measuring up, it can be said that DDR cannot nearly hit the speeds that DDR-2 is showing us today.

 

Companies like OCZ, Corsair and Crucial have really made some names for themselves with modules breaking into the 1000MHz+ DDR barrier, and today we are about to show off some of the latest enthusiast memory from one of these companies, namely OCZ.

 

Today we have the FlexXLC Edition memory modules designed to run at 1150MHz DDR or 575MHz out of the box using a few memory voltage tweaks along with some really innovative cooling. So come and see just what OCZ's latest memory modules have to offer.

OCZ FlexXLC 1 GB DDR2 RAM (OCZ2FX11502GK)

 

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