Latest OCZ Products At Computex
Computex got underway today if you hadn't already noticed, and OCZ is among the many companies showing off its latest wares. OCZ has branched out from its core memory market in recent years, but it continues to pump out top of the line modules for the enthusiast market, and from today is showing the new PC3-17000 Flex II modules. These modules are being demoed at a speed of 2133MHz and have been designed with high-end water cooling systems in mind. As well as the ultra fast memory, OCZ owned PC Power & Cooling updates a couple of its Turbocool series PSUs. The 860W version now features ESA, while the 1200W version (which already had ESA support) now features an adjustable rail design. Flash memory is another product on display with the Spyder, Diesel and Fortress USB drives offering high capacity storage and the Core series representing OCZ on the SSD front. Interestingly, OCZ will also be offering products aimed at the mainstream gamer which will include mice, keyboards and power supplies. These will be branded under the 'Alchemy' line. To top things off there will also be a sneak peak at the company's new DIY notebook including a demo to show how to set one up for your personal needs. Expect updates with links to pictures once we can get them.