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

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

Overclocking the RAM

 

Now we come to what we all want to know, just how far this RAM can go in the overclocking department.

 

 

With a Core 2 Duo processor and an overclocking friendly Gigabyte P965-DQ6 motherboard, we managed to squeeze out a total of 600MHz (or 1200MHz DDR) out of the modules using the 2.4v maximum voltage that OCZ recommend.

 

We had to relax the timings a little with them running at a slightly higher 5-9-9-24. It is quite an impressive result considering the modules are essentially already overclocked out of the factory. This was the maximum stable speed we could get to run our tests.

 

We managed to load Windows XP at 1220MHz DDR but were unable to launch any applications without the system rebooting. No matter how much extra voltage we dumped into her, we didn't get any extra stability.

 

We also tested the stability with water cooling and passive cooling and hit 600MHz on both water and passive configurations. Running water cooling kept the modules operating at a lower temperature, we didn't have a thermal probe to test, but the touch test left us with a good impression.

 

Let's move onto the benchmarks now and see how it actually performs!

OCZ FlexXLC 1 GB DDR2 RAM (OCZ2FX11502GK)

 

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