OCZ Technology Introduces High-Speed DDR3 within the Flex XLC Series for Ultimate Performance and Op
Subject: Memory | August 14, 2007 - 11:20 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Sunnyvale, CA - August 13, 2007 - With the goal of providing proprietary technology combined with the latest industry platform hardware, OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today launched the OCZ PC3-12800 Flex XLC kit. This high-speed DDR3 solution features the industry's most unique and powerful cooling capability on the market. Intended for the extreme enthusiast looking for the absolute highest performance, the new Flex XLC delivers unprecedented speed and thermal management to cool the modules for optimal stability and longevity.
The newest PC3-12800 modules feature OCZ's Flex XLC (Xtreme Liquid Convention) heatsink that delivers superior heat dissipation via a hybrid copper and aluminum design alterable between passive air or water cooling. This unique "flexible" design gives enthusiasts the option to run the modules passively or water cooled via the integrated liquid injection system. The concurrent use of both technologies (water-cooling) promotes maximum heat dissipation, allowing the memory to operate at extreme speeds without the high temperatures that inhibit or damage the module's ICs.
"Increasing clock frequency translates into a linear increase in power consumption and heat dissipation, and with DDR3 hitting doubling the frequency of DDR2, the memory technology is facing serious thermal challenges that require advanced solutions of heat management," commented Dr. Michael Schuette, VP of Technology at OCZ Technology. "OCZ answers this challenge with the introduction of the Flex Series of heat spreaders to high speed, enhanced latency DDR3 to underscore the commitment to delivering the best overall memory solution with the flexibility to utilize advanced air or water-cooled systems."
You can click on the picture to go to Ryan's review of the OCZ PC2-9200 Flex XLC Memory which uses the same passive/liquid cooled heatsinks as these new DDR3 modules.
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