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Computex 2008: OCZ Technology

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  1. Darksaber

    Darksaber W1zzard's Sidekick Staff Member

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    OCZ is showing off a lot of new products as well. They are now offering gaming memory and power supplies with Fatal1ty branding, with speeds of 1066 MHz at CL5 and 2.2V. The new DDR3 modules with XMP support come with the Core 2 Extreme logo and run at 1600 MHz CL8. On top of that, DDR3 SO-DIMMs are also available in 2GB, 3GB or 4GB kits. Right beside these are new USB flash devices: The Diesel, Spyder and one in a sturdy titanium casing, called Fortress. The latter should be able to take anything you would throw at it in.
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    OCZ is also presenting their new gaming gear at Computex as well. Hit the link below to find out more.

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    The company will be releasing two keyboards and a mouse under the Alchemy brand. These are intended for the mainstream gamer and come at an appropriate price point for such an audience. The actualy feel of the parts are quite solid and all use the black & blue color combination. The Hipersonic mouse pad you see in the image above, will be sold through the Hipersonic website. An OCZ pad is also available, being sold through the normal channels.

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    The Flex II memory uses a two sided heatspreader capable of water cooling. This made the units so thick, that it is not possible to install more than 2 modules at a time. OCZ is now offering a simpler version of the same heatspreader, so you can install four DIMMs at once. Last, but not least, there is the NIA, which has been much talked about. It is already shipping and production is currently ramping up.

    On a closing note, you may have noticed that the Hydrojet is once again not present, after being MIA at CeBIT as well. OCZ has now officially cancelled the project, as the cooler did not perform good enough and thus was not up to OCZ standards.

    Source: OCZ Technology
     
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    mouse is interesting, I wonder if A4Tech did it can't seem to find any of there models with 2 buttons under the wheel must be a new design.

    - Christine
     
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    Mouse almost in a way has some semblance of the Fatal1ty mouse by Creative. I like the OCZ Blue gaming mouse they have (cant remember the name right now) but this one looks like it would cramp your hand. The Keyboards are nice, like seeing competitors to Logitechs g15 and g11maybe that would help with prices some. Memory looks nice, but I wonder if the fatal1ty branded memory has micron d9 chips on them.
     
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    lol the hydrojet, the model that got everyone freaking out.... is cancelled.
     
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    It does look very much like an A4 design. I love my OCZ Equalizer.

    OCZ Equalizer. It's a rebadged A4Tech mouse.
     
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    OCZ Equalizer mouse is manufactured by A4Tech but I found out that the new OCZ Dominatrix is actually manufactured by CyberSnipa, it's just a rebrand of the Stinger Model which has got good reviews.

    Stinger Specs are:

    * 3200 DPI Laser Engine
    * 1000Hz Polling Rate
    * 9 Buttons (6 Programmable)
    * 8Kb Memory
    * 7 Removable Weights.
    * Illuminated Scroll Wheel (No Light = 400 DPI, Red = 800 DPI, Green = 1600 DPI, Blue = 2000 DPI)

    the Housing of the Dominatrix is slightly different than the Stinger, it's ambidextrous.

    - Christine
     
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    got a link for the dominatrix?

    sound's like fun :laugh:

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    go to bed :p

    - Christine
     
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    i just woke up :)

    linky?

    :D
     
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    here is a review of the CyberSnipa Stinger, here is a comparison by Logan and his crazy wife :laugh:

    picture of the OCZ Dominatrix and another.

    - Christine
     
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    thnx :)

    it look's good, now for some reviews!

    youtube here i come!

    this mx510 is getting old :(

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