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OCZ Technology Annouces ATI CrossFire-Certified PC2-5400 Memory

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    OCZ Technology Announces ATI CrossFire-Certified PC2-5400 Memory

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    OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative ultra high performance and high reliability memory, today announced the new OCZ PC2-5400 ATI CrossFire Certified modules. The award-winning PC2-5400 gaming solutions from OCZ now feature the first ever exclusively designed heatspreaders for ATI Technologies. Co-developed with ATI, the unique PC2-5400 CrossFire-certified series offers an unparalleled opportunity to boost performance and stylize gamers’ systems.

    Tested and qualified under ATI’s renowned certification program, the PC2-5400 CrossFire series not only meets a high standard of quality, but guarantees superior compatibly with CrossFire technology. Combined with ATI’s esteemed CrossFire platform, the OCZ PC2-5400 certified series delivers a stunning visual experience and high performance for gamers. ATI enthusiasts and system builders will love the customized look of the new PC2-5400 line; these modules are cooled with an exclusive ATI special XTC (Xtreme Thermal Convection) heatspreader displaying ATI’s “Certified” logo.

    “ATI CrossFire is all about high-performance frame rates and the best looking games, and the blazing speed, high reliability and visual appeal of OCZ’s new memory modules is right in line with what CrossFire stands for and what gamers want,” said Godfrey Cheng, Director of Marketing, Platform Technologies, ATI Technologies Inc., responsible for ATI’s CrossFire strategy. “The new CrossFire-certified memory from OCZ ensures that gamers get the highest quality and compatibility possible for their CrossFire system.”

    “To ensure the ultimate stability and performance on ATI-based platforms, OCZ is very excited to introduce memory specifically designed for CrossFire,” said Alex Mei, VP of Marketing, OCZ Technology Inc. “By working closely with ATI we are able to deliver a superior solution to consumers and system builders with the introduction of OCZ CrossFire modules; this special memory is certified for optimal compatibility on the ATI CrossFire platform, and comes outfitted with our innovative XTC heatspreaders which help keep the memory cool while powering through even the most demanding 3D games.”

    The first certified memory product available will be PC2-5400 in 1024MB modules and 2GB (2x1024MB) dual channel kits optimized for the latest DDR2 platforms. Rated at 4-4-4 timings, these modules offer gamers the additional performance edge over conventional DDR2-667 memory. With many of today’s PC game titles requiring a minimum of 2GB of memory, the CrossFire Certified 2GB kit is the supreme solution for gamers seeking the advantages of increased reliability and bandwidth management. This is just the first of many new ATI certified modules that will be available to gamers and enthusiasts.

    In addition to ATI certified modules, the high performance OCZ GameXStream 600W and 700W power supplies are CrossFire certified making OCZ gamers’ premier choice when building a top of the line ATI CrossFire system.

    Each OCZ PC2-5400 CrossFire Certified module is backed by an industry leading OCZ Lifetime Warranty and technical support for unparalleled peace of mind.

    For more information on the PC2-5400 CrossFire Certified Edition, please click here.

    Source: OCZ Technology
     
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    OMG that RAM looks awesome! :D
     
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    The gimmicks work every time to increase sales... PC enthusiast are so gullible.
     
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    Spot on - what a joke. So the next time I look for a floppy drive, should I ask if it's crossfire certified? :roll:
     
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    This is got to be the biggest joke of the year. And besides who used PC5400 most people are using PC6400. If your going to do the "marketing thing" at least be up on what people are buying.
     
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    i want that heatsink... damn it looks bad ass.
     
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    i buy 5300/5400 when its identical to the 6400...
     
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    yeah they look great :D shame though you wont be able to see the ATI logo very well once they are installed on the mobo.I recon the hard core ATI fans would buy them and frame them just because they look so good...:p
     
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    i still don't quite see what they could possibly mean by crossfire certified ram
     
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    those heatspreaders are very cool, i would like to see a ATI certified case too:)
     
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    I wonder if this is just ATI's attempt to make fun of the fact that NVidia started this whole certification thing. I would start certifying everything if I was ATI just to screw with people. Crossfire certified cases, hard drives, floppy drives, DVD-burners, surge protectors, case fans, LED case feet, EVERYTHING MUST BE CERTIFIED!

    \I do like the heatspreader though
    \\I really wish OCZ would just release RAM with solid color heatspreaders like this without the gay logos
     
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    lol im dumbfounded too.

    wuts certification gotta do wit ram? :nutkick:

    EDIT: heatspreader looks nice
     
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    Don't forget the bumper stickers ... :roll: this arse is certified :D
     
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    you know its gunna be bad when someone post up here and sais hey i got crossfire certified everything even my chair is red w/ ATI stamped all over it :roll: wonder wats next hmmm maybe just maybe this will be the next headline

    NVidia releases their new SLI-certified toilet

    and the slogan
    "even your arse should be 100% sli ready cause when the time comes do you want a regular toilet or one with the word NVidia in it?"​
     
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    LOL!!! Speechless...

    I use Charmin too, and wow, are they comfortable.
     
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    How about a gemer's magazine with ATi crossfire certified on it?
     
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    Yea they started certifying cars too. Like this one. The engines and stuff....
     

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    Great, i love ATI and Porsches :eek:
     
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    :laugh: the perfect addition to your crossfire system
     

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    People love ATI for thier GFX....But hate the way it advertise its stupid graphics card.. Like the stupid vista thing... Minimum recommendation is an X1800 gfx.....and thats like 99.9% of what people is lacking to get optimal. Grrrrrrr
     

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