Wednesday, November 7th 2007

OCZ Introduces the ReaperX Series High Performance Memory

OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today announced the ReaperX memory series, an innovative memory solution that utilizes highly effective heat transfer technology. Re-engineering the Reaper HPC (Heat Pipe Conduit) design, the DDR2 PC2-6400 ReaperX uses a dual metal heatpipe formation to effectively offload heat and increase stability of memory modules. The unique ReaperX heatspreader is designed to deliver superior heat dissipation that is more effective than traditional heatspreaders.

As part of the award-winning OCZ HPC family, the ReaperX memory series is built with the same aim of optimal heat dissipation for the best possible overclocking environment for enthusiasts. Through leading-edge cooling technology and engineering, ReaperX HPC (Heat Pipe Conduit) modules offload heat with extreme efficiency due to a new dual copper heat pipe design. Each memory chip is in direct contact with a thermo-conductive pipe that guides the performance robbing heat away from key memory components and quickly dissipates it through the aluminum fin array.

“The new ReaperX series once again raises the memory bar for desktop computers by combining a high density configuration with Enhanced Bandwidth Technology and an innovative heat pipe design heat spreader,” commented Dr. Michael Schuette, VP of Technology Development at OCZ Technology. “The result is the new OCZ ReaperX, representing the ongoing commitment at OCZ Technology to promote ultra low latency, high frequency modules featuring standard and EPP operation modes as part of our leading role in the industry.”

These high-performance modules will support the latest games and top of the line multimedia programs with a 4GB capacity, combined with the high frequencies and aggressive bandwidth for maximum system stability. Rated at DDR2-800 with 4-4-3 timings, the PC2-6400 ReaperX provides exceptional latencies for the extreme enthusiast and gamer. The sheer speeds combined with the 4GB capacity of this kit will provide you with unsurpassed reliability, system responsiveness, and stable performance.

Featuring an EPP (Enhanced Performance Profiles) programmed SPD, PC2-6400 Reaper X modules will immediately boot at the rated specs on the latest generation of NVIDIA SLI chipsets. Although the OCZ Reaper X series caters to enthusiasts, EPP eliminates the need for manual configuration and makes the benefits of overclocking available to the complete range of consumers looking to get the most out of their systems.

Reaper X modules are optimized for the latest cutting edge motherboards and will be available in 2GB (2048MB) modules and 4GB (2x2048MB) dual channel kits. Like all OCZ premium memory, the 4GB PC2-6400 Reaper X series is backed by a Lifetime Warranty and industry-leading technical support for unparalleled peace of mind.

For more information on the ReaperX HPC, please click here.Source: OCZ Technology
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15 Comments on OCZ Introduces the ReaperX Series High Performance Memory

Cooler rams, better performance and less bother buying sesperate coolers for ram.
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Wile E
Power User
4-4-3 2.1v on 2GB modules. Not too shabby at all. Fine print says those timings are only on 680i chipsets tho.
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They should target various's not that everyone owns a 680i.
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N-Gen said:
They should target various's not that everyone owns a 680i.
Im sure they will its more that it has to be a mobo that support the sli ready ram that has a special chip in it . 590sli boards have it i cant remeber if ive seen it on a 650 board. I have the older reaper memory hpc for awhile and its sick nice timings and unlimited over clocking i go to 1100 i would go higher if my proc would go higher lol
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That would benefit everyone in that range.
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I love ocz ram... It always looks sooo sweet.

Love the tight timings on those 2gb modules too.. :)
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I've actually found that a lot of the time I get better overclocks by taking off these stock ram coolers and simply running more air over the bare modules. It seems like most of the thermal interface material these companies use are almost better at insulating the heat rather than transfering it to the coolers. Perhaps if some sort of paste was used instead (or even some thermal epoxy) I'd change my mind about the performance of ram coolers.
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Bird of Prey
Anyone know what chips these use? BTW, I LOVE THE HEATPIPE COOLING. I think its alot better than corsairs dominator line.
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where the hell are my stars
its only DDR2 800??? why not release this in some insane DDR 1300 or something like that?
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can these modules populate 4 slots?? maybe its a bit bulky..
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