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Wednesday, 15 September 2010 15:46

OCZ shows new DDR3 modules

Written by Slobodan Simic


ULV and ELV memory

After quite some time, OCZ has released a new additions to its memory lineup, the new Ultra-Low Voltage and Extreme-Low Voltage memory modules for Intel platforms. The new memory modules will be a parto of Reaper, HPC, Gold and Platinum series kits and as the name suggests, will need either 1.5V for the ULV and 1.35V for the ELV based kits.

The Ultra-Low Voltage lineup will be available in Reaper HPC and Gold series kits and in 4, 8 and 12GB configurations while the Extreme-Low Voltage modules will came as a Platinum series kit in 4 and 6GB configurations. Both the ULV and ELV modules will be clocked at 1333MHz and 1600MHz.

You can check them all out at OCZ's product page here.

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