Continuing to push the barrier in memory technology, OCZ have just unveiled their new PC2-8000 Gold XTC DDR2 Series memory modules which can handle speeds of 1GHz+ on the latest Intel platforms. The modules come in both 512MB and 1GB sizes with dual channel kits also available, and they will be showcased at OCZ's booth during the upcoming "CeBIT 2006" event in Hannover, Germany.
Sunnyvale, CA-February 21, 2006-OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today announced the release of the PC2-8000 Gold XTC DDR2 Series designed to run 1GHz+ speeds to deliver optimal memory performance on the latest Intel platforms. The launch of the new OCZ Gold DDR2-1000 solution will allow all users to achieve the greatest range of memory bandwidth, consequently enabling a superior computer gaming experience and enhanced overall system performance with all applications. OCZ will showcase the PC2-8000 Gold XTC series at CeBIT 2006 in Hannover, Germany to accompany the next generation platform releases that take place there annually.
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 09:02 pm CDT
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