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Thursday, 13 March 2008 10:22

OCZ's new 4GB Platinum kit listed

Written by Slobodan Simic

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PC2-8500 available for €109.99

 


German etailer
K&M Elektronik has listed the new OCZ 4GB DDR2 1066MHz kit. This new 2x2048MB CL5 DDR2 kit can be yours for a mere €109.99.

The mentioned DDR2 1066MHz kit works at 5-5-5-18 latencies, but only at 2.1V. It is a part of OCZ's Platinum series cooled by XTC heatspreaders. With games like Crysis and a price tag of €110, this 4GB kit sounds like a real bargain. We don't know the EVP (Extended Voltage Protection) on these modules, but with a bit more Voltage these can probably go even higher than the rated speed.

You can find these new modules listed here.

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