Wednesday, May 23rd 2007

OCZ Offers New DDR3 Gold Series Memory Kits

OCZ Technology Group, today announced their official crossover into DDR3 memory to coincide with the recent launch of the Intel Bearlake Chipset. OCZ’s hand-tested DDR3 solutions enable ardent enthusiasts to take advantage of the highly-anticipated P35 platform while experiencing the legendary quality and reliability of OCZ memory. The first OCZ DDR3 products will accommodate standard JEDEC specifications for third generation DDR and offer Gold Series memory kits in PC3-8500 (1066MHz) and PC3-10666 (1333MHz) speed grades. OCZ Gold DDR3 modules are currently available in limited quantity in 2x512MB and 2x1024MB dual channel kits, backed with lifetime warranty and free technical support. For more information on the new OCZ DDR3 solutions, please click here.

Source: OCZ Technology
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17 Comments on OCZ Offers New DDR3 Gold Series Memory Kits

#1
Grings
the 1333 stuff is 4 mhz too slow, and cl9
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#2
Wile E
Power User
Yeah, but only 1.6v. I'd like to see what these could do with something like 2v.
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#3
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
from being 1337 (Leet) eh? ::rofl::
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#4
bigboi86
CL 9-9-9-26

I'd rather have some OC'd DDR2
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#5
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
does this fit in a ddr2 slot?
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#6
malware
by: DaMulta
does this fit in a ddr2 slot?
No, both DDR2 and DDR3 are 240pin modules, but they're not pin to pin compatible.
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#7
Agility
It always happens. New technology comes, expensive, and HIGH latency. Wait in 1 year time and you'll see fast ultra memory DDr3 sticks. Bet it will at least got to a 7/7/7 for the 1333mhz.
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#8
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
If I owned a motherboard manufacturer I would make boards with ddr4 built into the board.
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#9
bigboi86
by: DaMulta
If I owned a motherboard manufacturer I would make boards with ddr4 built into the board.
You would go bankrupt lol...

Noone would have the ability to upgrade or change memory.
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#10
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
Tell me you wouldn't buy a board with 2 or more gigs of DDR4 on it.
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#11
bigboi86
by: DaMulta
Tell me you wouldn't buy a board with 2 or more gigs of DDR4 on it.
I would, if it was considerably cheaper than a board + sticks of ddr4, only because I'm a cheapo. Otherwise, I would opt for upgradability. I hate proprietary.
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#12
erocker
With the success of DDR3 in vid. cards wouldn't you thing when thos latencies come down that DDR3 is going to be pretty good? Is the diff. between ddr3 and ddr4 just size, power consumption etc..?
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#13
bigboi86
That brings up a good point. With DDR3 in video cards being out for so long, why isn't the latencies already better? They have had a long time to work on them!

GDDR3 also runs at like 2ghz sometimes, imagine 2ghz memory on a desktop motherboard.
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#14
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
So they can sell people more than one set.....Almost all of them have lifetime warranty.
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#15
erocker
But why 9? It's just way too high, start off at 6 mabye.
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#16
Wile E
Power User
by: erocker
But why 9? It's just way too high, start off at 6 mabye.
1.6v is why. Once manufacturers start upping the volts and binning chips, the latencies will drop, just like they did with DDR2.
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#17
[I.R.A]_FBi
by: bigboi86
CL 9-9-9-26

I'd rather have some OC'd DDR2
endorsed x 11ty billions
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