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Friday, 11 April 2008 00:00

OCZ officially launches FleX II 4GB DDR2 kit

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Water-cooled low latency kit for €129.99

 


OCZ Technology
has officially launched its new 4GB DDR2 kit with Flex II XLC heatsinks, which was shown at CeBIT. This kit will be available as two 2GB modules ready to do some dual channel action. This kit will be branded as the OCZ DDR2 PC2-9200 Flex II 4GB series.

The new kit is rated to work at 1,150MHz with 5-5-5-18 latencies. The new kit needs 2.1 Volts to run at these speeds, but it comes with 2.15 EVP, which means that you can raise the voltage without compromising the lifetime warranty.

The new kit will be cooled by the new Flex II system which uses both air and water-cooling to give these modules maximum heat dissipation. With this kind of cooling, these modules might even go higher than what they're rated at, but that's something we'll just have to wait and see about.

German based retailer K&M Elektronik has this new kit listed for €129.99, and you can order it here.

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