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OCZ PC-5000 EL Platinum DFI nF4 Special

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  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    OCZ today announced the release of the exclusive PC-5000 EL Platinum series, a line of memory specially designed for use with DFI nF4 motherboards.

    OCZ developed the PC-5000 Platinum DFI nF4 Special series with performance enthusiasts in mind. This ground-breaking member of the proprietary OCZ Platinum series is custom-built for premium operation on the highly-popular DFI nF4 motherboard series. At the extreme speed of 625MHz, the OCZ PC-5000 Platinum is still capable of achieving blistering timings of 3-4-4-10!

    As far as I know this is the first time in history that memory is specifically built for one Motherboard. The sticks come in hand-picked, matched sets of 2x512 MB or as one 512 MB stick.
     
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    well, that's awesome.. i'm getting a DFI nF4 SLI mobo sometime in the future.. but as much as I would LOVE to get this stuff.. man, that'll blow my bank account out of the water...
     
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    Blistering?

    3-4-4-10 is anything but blistering timings! NF4 owners will be much better off with VX.
     
  4. wazzledoozle

    wazzledoozle New Member

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    I thought NF4 motherboards get a huge performance knock from high latencys due to the integrated memory controller on the Athlon 64... Wouldnt Corsair XML be best for any NF4 mobo?
     
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    It's really blistering timings considering the speed at which it is run. Try looking at the DDR2 667MHz timings and you'll know what I mean... :p
     

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