Let's simply start with the fact that we're dealing with RAM, so there isn't going to be a whole lot going on. The front of the package gives us a look at the modules while also giving us the ability to see what the specifications of the memory are. The back just gives us a bit of a blurb about OCZ and the features of the modules.
Having a look at the modules themselves, you instantly notice that the Platinum series isn't quite as fancy as it used to be. Since the series has been around for so long, OCZ hasn't done a whole lot to change what was previously the top kit from the company. Instead, they have introduced new series like the Blade, Reaper and more.
While we still get the nice Platinum coloured heatsink, it clearly isn't as fancy as some of the previously mentioned series. Both sides have the Z3 logo in the middle while only one has a sticker that gives us a run down on the modules; in this case, you can see it's two 2GB modules rated for PC3-15000 @ 9-9-9 @1.65v.
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