If you could overclock them, they would be too easily spotted

Subject: Memory | June 14, 2006 - 03:29 PM |
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OCZ brings you the newest in memory technology, the camoflauged 2GB PC-2 Special Ops Edition kit.  For DDR1 (PC3200) they run at 2.5-3-3-8 timings,
and for DDR2 (PC2-6400) 5-5-5-12.  There is one catch, they do not overclock, as TECHGAGE can tell you.

"Are you into combat games? Of course you are. Battlefield II, Call of Duty II... they are all over.

OCZ has just released a new kit with their XTC spreader dressed up in some camouflaged. Because these

are value modules, overclocking is a gamble. Let's see if these are as fast as they are stylish."

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Source: TECHGAGE
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