Thursday, September 13th 2007

OCZ Announces New PC2-8500 DDR2 Solution Optimized for Intel Chipsets.

OCZ Technology Group is pleased to offer a new PC2-8500 DDR2 kit specifically designed and engineered for platforms powered by Intel chipsets. Rated for high performance speed at 1066MHz, this series is the ideal solution for enthusiasts seeking ultimate compatibility and stability with their Intel-based motherboard.


“DDR2-1066 is rapidly becoming the new mainstream memory of high-end DDR2 systems,” commented Dr. Michael Schuette, VP of Technology Development at OCZ Technology. “The new PC2-8500 Titanium series is the perfect complement for the Core2 design and Intel’s own chipsets, thereby forming the foundation for ultimate performance in the current gaming landscape.”

PC2-8500 Titanium modules will be available in 1024MB densities and 2GB (2x1024MB) dual channel kits. Each memory module features a proprietary titanium mirrored XTC (Xtreme Thermal Convection) heatspreader for the most effective heat dissipation. Furthermore, each OCZ PC2-8500 Titanium module is 100% hand-tested for quality assurance and compatibility with and is backed by an industry leading OCZ Lifetime Warranty and technical support for unparalleled peace of mind.

For more information on the OCZ PC2-8500 Intel Optimized Edition, please click here.Source: OCZ Technology
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4 Comments on OCZ Announces New PC2-8500 DDR2 Solution Optimized for Intel Chipsets.

#1
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Correct me if Im wrong, but wasnt this announced a day or two ago in the news section? Or was it a different memory maker? My memory seems a bit fuzzy.
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Darknova
It's funny how you get these "specially optimised" for a certain chipset...or "Crossfire Certified"....yet hardly any one buys them, because they aren't worth the extra money...I mean how exactly do you "optimise" memory for one chipset...it's still DDR2...
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[I.R.A]_FBi
teh preprogrammed SPD's are prolly different.
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Darknova
by: [I.R.A]_FBi
teh preprogrammed SPD's are prolly different.
Use SPDTool and save some money :P
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