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OCZ has pushed the DDR2 speed barrier a little bit more, passing 1100MHz. And the timings don't even suck.
Is tighter always better? Do you always get what you pay for? We investigate how much difference memory timings can make to a Core 2 Duo platform.
The memory firm hopes to raise £27m by getting the markets to buy into its business. Hopefully, better memory will ensue.
COMPUTEX 2006: NVIDIA's SLI Memory looks to be catching on, as memory manufacturers speak out.
OCZ has announced its Special Ops Edition line of memory modules that feature DPM-covered heatspreaders...
Enhanced Performance Profiles are integral to the new nForce 590 chipset. Corsair launched with NVIDIA, but now OCZ is joining the party too.
The enthusiast company known for its power supplies and super-overclockable memory modules is putting itself out on the stock exchange here in London.
Today we have a look at OCZ's PC5000 EL Platinum memory modules - they're specifically tuned for the DFI LANPARTY nF4 series motherboards, rated at an astonishing 625MHz DDR.
Corsair launch its XMS2-8000UL DDR2 memory modules, rated to run at a staggering 1GHz with the tightest timings to date.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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