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Thursday, 03 July 2008 12:56

OCZ announces two new DDR3 kits

Written by Slobodan Simic

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With Intel XMP

OCZ has officially announced its newest addition to the DDR3 lineup, the Intel XMP certified PC3-12800 and PC3-10666 kits, optimized to work on Intel's X38/X48 chipset.

The first one, PC3-12800 Intel Extreme Edition, works at 1600MHz with 7-7-7-24 latencies and also comes with a second XMP profile, which makes it work at 1800MHz with 9-9-9-31 latencies. It need 1.9 Volts to work and comes with Extended Voltage Protection (EVP), so you can take it up to 2.0V without compromising the lifetime warranty. This one will be available as 2GB and 4GB kits and it is cooled by OCZ's Intel XTC heatspreader.

The second one, PC3-10666 Intel Extreme Edition, works at 1333MHz with 7-7-7-20 latencies and 1.75V. This kit also comes with a second XMP profile which takes it to 1600MHz with 9-9-9-28 latencies and 1.8 Volts. This one will also feature OCZ's EVP of up to 1.9 Volts. Same as the previous one, it will be available as a 2 and 4GB kits, and it will be cooled by OCZ's Intel XTC heatspreader.

These two new DDR3 XMP-ready kits should be available soon, and the price has yet to be revealed.

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