OCZ Introduce High Density 2GHz DDR3

jammin - May 5, 2008 01:55PM in Memory

The price of DDR3 memory may put some people off when considering using it for a new build, but that doesn't stop the release of new memory to the market. The latest DDR3 modules from OCZ manage to pack in 2GB per stick while maintaining a speed of 2GHz with timings of 9-9-9-28 at 1.9v and go by the name of the DDR3 PC3-16000 Platinum Edition. Of course, OCZ are targeting the performance user with these kits, with the marketing blurb mentioning they are ideal for "computer enthusiasts and professionals utilizing high-bandwidth video, music, and graphics applications, along with gamers experiencing the latest PC titles..". Slightly away from the bleeding edge, OCZ are also launching 4GB Platinum Series kits at 1.8GHz. You can check out the 2GHz modules on OCZ's product page and can expect to see them at retailers soon. No news on a MSRP.