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Friday, 10 April 2009 13:20

OCZ announces its new Intel Extreme SODIMMs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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DDR3 kits for Centrino 2 platform


OCZ has announced its new Intel Extreme DDR3 SODIMMs for Centrino 2 notebooks and these will come as a 4GB kit working at 1066MHz and with tight latencies. The new kit will support Intel Extreme Memory Profiles (XMP).

The new SODIMM 4GB kit works at 1066MHz with 6-6-6-16 latencies and at a rather low 1.6 Volts. This kit should give an additional boost to Intel's mobile Centrino 2 platform.

The new kit should be available soon, and will be backed by a lifetime warranty.

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