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Friday, 11 January 2008 15:08

Unannounced OCZ Platinum kit listed

Written by Slobodan Simic

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UPDATED: 4GB of DDR2-1000 for under €100

 

German retailer OC-Wear has listed the new, yet unannounced, 4GB 1000MHz kit from OCZ, branded OCZ PC2-8000 Platinum XTC Dual Channel 4096MB kit.

It is a new 4GB kit featuring Platinum XTC heatspreaders, decent latencies and is available at a great price. The new Platinum series kit comes as two 2GB modules rated to work at 1000MHz with 5-5-5-18 latencies. The rated voltage is 2.1-2.15V.

According to our information, this kit is also a decent overclocker, and apparently it can easily reach 1100MHz, if not even more. The best thing is that it is selling at an incredible €99,95 including tax, and it should be available sometime next week. You can order the kit here.

UPDATE: Two more retailers have just listed this new OCZ 4GB kit. The German K&M Elektronik sells the new kit for €99.90 and the Swiss e-tailer Brack Electronics AG has it for CHF 249.00.

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