Tuesday, July 22nd 2008

OCZ Technology Unveils First Fatal1ty Brand DDR2 and DDR3 Memory

OCZ Technology Group, Inc., a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory and PC components, today announced the first memory modules available in their Fatal1ty Series after the partnership was announced last month. These high-performance memory kits were co-developed with the expertise of Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel, 12-time World champion, to meet the specific needs of fellow gamers. OCZ Fatal1ty Professional Series kits are the official memory modules of Championship Gaming Series (CGS), and feature incredible performance to power through the latest PC titles and contribute to the success of professionals and everyday gamers.

“OCZ worked closely with Fatal1ty and his team to design new memory kits that pair perfectly with the top selling motherboards for a superior gaming experience,” commented Alex Mei, Chief Marketing Officer of the OCZ Technology Group. “Fatal1ty knows what it takes to win at the highest level of eSports, and these new kits deliver superior stability and performance to gamers whether you are a professional player on the Championship Gaming Series, or a weekend warrior looking to dominate when playing the latest titles.”
“The launch of Fatal1ty Brand memory is very exciting because I am working with OCZ Technology who makes top quality products,” says Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel. “Fatal1ty Gaming Gear is all about bringing equipment to the highest possible level to improve the gaming experience."

OCZ is dedicated to delivering premium gaming solutions that meet the unique demands of enthusiasts on all levels. Fatal1ty memory modules are designed to help deliver exceptional gaming visuals and overclocking potential to ensure that high-powered gaming PCs maintain unsurpassed stability. Featuring aggressive latencies, high densities up to 4GB, and blazing frequencies, Fatal1ty memory helps DirectX-10 PC games reach their full potential. Select Fatal1ty modules also feature EPP (Enhanced Performance Profiles) as an additional “plug and play” overclocking tool on DDR2 NVIDIA® gaming platforms.

The first memory kits to be introduced under Fatal1ty Professional Series line include:
  • OCZ DDR2 PC2-6400 4GB Kits with CL 5-4-4-18 timings
  • OCZ DDR2 PC2-8500 EPP-Ready 2GB Kits with CL 5-5-5-15 timings
  • OCZ DDR3 PC3- 10666 2GB/4GB Kits with 9-9-9-26 timings
Unleash the performance power of your gaming PC with Fatal1ty brand DDR2 and DDR3 memory. With the shared goal of strengthening the global gaming community, the OCZ Fatal1ty Series was tailored exclusively for the needs of gamers who require fast, reliable memory.

For more information, please view the product pages for DDR2 here, and for DDR3 here.Source: OCZ Technology
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29 Comments on OCZ Technology Unveils First Fatal1ty Brand DDR2 and DDR3 Memory

#1
a111087
"Fatal1ty knows what it takes to win at the highest level of eSports"

but does he actually knows anything about memory? :D
its just a memory...
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#2
ShadowFold
Fatal1ty brand stuff is just re-badged stuff but they look really nice! :toast:
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#3
Nkd
I think Fatal1ty brand is getting burned out, I am so over it, I really don't know why they use that name because I honestly have never purchased any Fatal1ty branded product, I got nothing against the guy lol, but there seems to be nothing special about these products.
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btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
Why would an aspiring pro gamer want to use stuff branded by another gamer at a professional level?

Part of the reason why I never owned a Fatal1ty sound card, not that I'm a gamer.
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#6
ASharp
Does anyone actually care about Fatal1ty?

Getting kind of annoyed seeing his name everywhere when he's so insignificant IMO. :wtf:
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#7
ShadowFold
ASharp said:
Does anyone actually care about Fatal1ty?

Getting kind of annoyed seeing his name everywhere when he's so insignificant IMO. :wtf:
I agree. I hate pro gamers that are solo.. Pro teams are actually cool cause they work together and its alot harder. Fatal1ty is just an alone idiot who plays Quake 4...
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#8
phanbuey
ShadowFold said:
I agree. I hate pro gamers that are solo.. Pro teams are actually cool cause they work together and its alot harder. Fatal1ty is just an alone idiot who plays Quake 4...
Wendel is good and all... and i dont care whether its a solo gamer's name on my sticks or a team's -- i dont want either one; I think the point is that tagging his face on sh***y sticks of memry or 8600GTS cards is not gonna make them any faster...

now if they came out with some P**$y ram, that come with naked chicks (or large knockers) hologrammed on them - you know the kind that glows under a UV light... then they would be really targeting the "gamer" market.

But overpriced pc 6400 ram at 5-4-4-...timings? whoop-de-de-de-do.

Makes you wonder what the "F" should really stands for, no?
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#9
a111087
phanbuey said:

now if they came out with some P**$y ram, that come with naked chicks (or large knockers) hologrammed on them - you know the kind that glows under a UV light... then they would be really targeting the "gamer" market.
AHAHAHA :laugh: GOD this is what we needed all along! :laugh:
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#10
Mussels
Moderprator
why?

WHY!!?!?
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#11
Cold Storm
Battosai
Mussels said:
why?

WHY!!?!?
That is true.... But, here is what people like us know.. We know that the ram doesn't mean squat if its branded by Fatal1ty.... There is other ram out there that is cheaper and better.. But, the little kids, that don't know anything, and tell the parents about it will spend the money... Because that all they say... "He's the best, that's what he uses to win..." Not being the case, but a untrained eye won't know of it...
As for me, I'll never by his stuff... Nope, saw my hands off if you want me to grab a kit or two...
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#12
CStylen
[I.R.A]_FBi said:
fataly lame overpriced crap
I've never heard more truth in all my life right there
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#13
Unregistered
i had in the past a abit fatal1ty motherboard (nforce 650sli). without any exaggeration it was the worst piece of hardware i ever bought.... ....and i do upgrades on my pc's since '97.
#15
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
InnocentCriminal said:
They should have used Red PCBs.
They use the same crappy PCBs, same heatspreader design basically, as the standard modules just that the centre of the heatspreaders have space to put in any PR crap (SLI logo, CFX logo, Intel XMP logo, now this FatAssLity logo...) if there's nothing to put up, the plain modules come with the 'Z' from OCZ, which looks rates better.
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#16
InnocentCriminal
Resident Grammar Amender
btarunr said:
They use the same crappy PCBs, same heatspreader design basically, as the standard modules just that the centre of the heatspreaders have space to put in any PR crap (SLI logo, CFX logo, Intel XMP logo, now this FatAssLity logo...) if there's nothing to put up, the plain modules come with the 'Z' from OCZ, which looks rates better.
That doesn't surprise me, still think they should have used Red PCBs.
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#17
Unregistered
red is the standard color for the fatal1ty lineup. but why to bother? it seems the dint change even the timings. i agree with btarunr
as the standard modules just that the centre of the heatspreaders have space to put in any PR crap
they just put wherever fit for better sales.
#18
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
Only noobs with "I wanna be like Fatal1ty" temperament would choose Fatal1ty branded modules over standard ones....assuming they charge a premium for these modules.
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#19
chron
YAY! I get to pay at least 50 bucks more for having a retarded ass name on my hardware! YIPPIE SKIPPIE!
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#21
a111087
NeoCrisis said:
http://www.fatal1ty.com/news/?type=DN&id=178:wtf:
lol, they keep repeating "the world’s best known pro gamer" over and over again :laugh:

but hey, I would love to go to that camp just for lan parties and for dev studios tours





OMG, I'm way tooo old for this stuff...
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#22
pagalms
y0 4n07h3r 1337 f474l17y 57uff y0. That guy needs to get at least a bicycle and go outside not just fckin play UT3 all day long and leave his autograph on useless overpriced 1337 stuff. :)
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#23
hat
Enthusiast
"These high-performance memory kits were co-developed with the expertise of Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel"

jesus stop drop & rollin christ.
All fatal1ty knows is how to switch out letters for numbers like an annoying 12 year old who claims to be 1337. His "expertise" lies in playing video games, not designing memory. If he was an expert at designing memory, he would be sitting at the end of some memory giant's table (such as Crucial), not sitting at the end of his fatal1ty endorsed computer table sitting on his fatal1ty endorsed ass in his fatal1ty endorsed chair. Need I go on?

Oh boy, official memory. I guess I'd better take my unoffical memory back, even though it's been through plenty of research and development by real memory experts, not just some jackass who happens to be good at video games and decided to start making quick bucks by looking at a kit of memory, tossing it behind him and judging by the sound of it's landing wether it's "official" or not.
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#24
Unregistered
it is a pure scam. there is no better way to describe it.
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#25
hat
Enthusiast
Gallatin said:
it is a pure scam. there is no better way to describe it.
I have a better way. It's pure jackassery
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