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Friday, 27 August 2010 09:11

Newegg selling 4GB OCZ Platinum DDR3 2000MHz for $78 shipped

Written by Jon Worrel

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Rock bottom price for PC3-16000 dual-channel memory

 

Newegg has been making some heads turn over the past several hours with great pomotional deals on computer hardware products from reputable manufacturers.

The latest deal comes in the form of 4GB (2 x 2GB) OCZ Platinum DDR3 2000MHz 9-9-9-30 memory modules that were originally $117.99, underwent a price cut to $97.99 and are now being offered with another $20 off discount for the low price of $77.99 shipped.

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This is the first time we have seen a decent DDR3 PC3-16000 dual-channel memory kit drop to a sub $80 price. Nevertheless, it is certainly a generous offer and may provide budget enthusiast overclockers with extra headroom to reach 4.0GHz frequencies and beyond at even clock ratios.

Newegg hasn't specified how long the deal will last, but we suspect it won't last too long.

Jon Worrel

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-2 #1 Greg4422 2010-08-27 20:51
Bad news is, its OCZ, not exactly known for quality products.
 
 
0 #2 FOWLERisGOD 2010-08-28 03:21
I've heard that OCZ is looking to clear up their RAM inventory and getting out of the memory business.

I believe they've shifted their focus to more profit margin-friendly SSDs and enterprise SSDs.

The low price of the PC3-16000 is unbelievable, but you must wonder about the warranty, since their memory business is nearing the end of their lifetime...
 
 
+1 #3 Fud_u 2010-08-28 08:49
Quoting FOWLERisGOD:
I've heard that OCZ is looking to clear up their RAM inventory and getting out of the memory business.

I believe they've shifted their focus to more profit margin-friendly SSDs and enterprise SSDs.

The low price of the PC3-16000 is unbelievable, but you must wonder about the warranty, since their memory business is nearing the end of their lifetime...


OCZ is a pretty good respectable brand. Been using OCZ memory for over 4yrs along with other brand.
 

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