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Thursday, 23 April 2009 14:00

OCZ is preparing 2133MHz kits

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Two 6GB kits with CL 9

OCZ is working on a few DDR3 2133MHz 6GB kits that will be launched pretty soon. These kits will be a part of Blade and Flex EX series and will work at impressive 2133MHz with CL9 latencies.

Both kits are designed for Intel's Core i7/X58 platform so they will need only 1.65V to achieve those speeds at such tight latencies. Currently, the only listed 2133MHz 3 and 6GB kits are coming from A-DATA but these have a CL10 latency and need higher voltage.

OCZ's upcoming 2133MHz kits might be the fastest ones on the market once OCZ manage to launch them and get them to retail/e-tail. The price is still unknown but we don't expect them to be cheap, at least not yet, as the DDR3 price is getting lower by the day.

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