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Tuesday, 24 July 2007 16:24

OCZ announces 8GB DDR2 for AM2

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Gigantic optimized memory kit

 
OCZ has released a new addition to its DDR2 Titanium AM2 special kits, and this time memory kit goes up to 8GB. We wrote about the 4GB DDR2 kit back in May. The new Quad kit is rated to work at 5-5-5-15 latencies at 667MHz.

The only difference between these two kits, is that the 8GB kit is a Quad memory kit (4x2048MB), while the 4GB version is a dual channel (2x2048MB). This kit also works at 1.8-2.0 Volts, and can be raised to 2.1V without invalidating OCZ lifetime warranty, thanks to EVP (Extended Voltage Protection). Just like the 4GB kit this one is also cooled by OCZ's Titanium XTC heatspreader.

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This is exclusively designed for AM2 platforms since it comes with a "11 column address bit support by the AM2 memory controller, the number of addresses in each row or page can be as high as 2048 individual entries for a page size of 16kbit"

As mentioned modules are 100 per cent hand tested and come with OCZ's lifetime warranty.


 

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