Friday, March 16th 2007

OCZ to reach PC11200, 1400 MHz soon

Bit-tech has info about perhaps the fastest memory modules to date - OCZ's PC11200 modules, running at 1400MHz, rated at 5-6-6 timings with an operating voltage of 2.35V. Even though the timings are loose, the high frequency should make up for the loss in performance.

Bit-tech also spotted new Reaper HPC modules, which are now up to PC9600 or 1200MHz speeds.

Source: Bit-tech
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5 Comments on OCZ to reach PC11200, 1400 MHz soon

#1
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Schweet. Ill need to get on the DDR2 wagon here by years end. Probably go K10 or something in like 6 months. Perhaps then, ddr2 prices will drop enough for these to be affordable (or in 4GB kits :) )
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#2
tigger
I'm the only one
cool that'd put my 6300 at 4900mhz with ram at 1:1

will a p5b-dlx do 700fsb i wonder :hhhhmmmm contemplates:
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#3
bruins004
by: WarEagleAU
Schweet. Ill need to get on the DDR2 wagon here by years end. Probably go K10 or something in like 6 months. Perhaps then, ddr2 prices will drop enough for these to be affordable (or in 4GB kits :) )
WarEagle,

DDR2 prices are actually suppose to go up around April.
They are too low now and companies arent making that much profit on them at the moment.
I wouldnt expect to see them any lower than they are now.
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#4
XooM
the whole PCXXXX naming system needs to die very soon. PC11200 doesnt roll of the tongue as well as PC3200.
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#5
largon
by: D_o_S
Even though the timings are loose, the high frequency should make up for the loss in performance.
Loose timings? Where?

tCL5 @ 700MHz is just as fast as tCL2 @ DDR560.

tCL5 @ 700MHz = tCL2 @ DDR560 = 7.15 nanoseconds. :eek:
tRCD6 @ 700MHz = tRCD2 @ DDR466 = 8.6 nanoseconds.

When frequency rises latency drops.
This is because when frequency rises the lenght of the clock cycle shortens.
And since timings are measured in clock cycles... ;)
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