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OCZ debuts PC2-8000 Titanium Alpha VX2 memory Series

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OCZ today announced the PC2-8000 Titanium Alpha VX2 Edition, a special extremist series of modules specifically geared towards the high-end overclocking community. Carrying on the OCZ Voltage eXtreme (VX) legacy, the PC2-8000 Ti Alpha is the first high-voltage DDR2 product that offers enthusiasts the performance edge they crave. With the arrival of AM2 CPU technology and the impending release of Intel Conroe, the high-speed Ti Alpha VX2 is an unparalleled memory solution for the latest DDR2 platforms.

 

As a member of the Voltage eXtreme family, the PC2-8000 Ti Alpha VX2 is designed to operate at a high voltage in order to increase the speed while maintaining stability that is usually unobtainable when conventional modules are pushed to run at a higher voltage. At DDR2-1000, the Ti Alpha VX2 supports ultra-low timings of 4-4-4 at 2.3 volts without any adverse affects to stability whatsoever. The result is unrivaled DDR2 performance.

 

No price was mentioned, so I suppose we will wait and see if the competition tries to saturate this market and keep the prices down for us. 8-)

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wheee, o'c friendly Ram and great timings to add to it, and of course lower voltage than DDR1

 

I saw the new Crucial Ballistix PC2-8000 and rated almost exactly the same. Of course they are using the standard heatspreader and I'm gonna assume OCZ will use their own honey comb heatspreader

 

I'm sure there are quite alot of o'cers that are smiling, with Conroe coming out and AM2 already out, both seem to be o'c friendly (Y)

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