OCZ give you a higher OC with less power

Subject: Memory | February 3, 2006 - 11:53 AM |
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Motherboards.org pushed OCZ's PC3500GX memory as hard as they could, while keeping the voltage low.  If you are looking for RAM that OC's well, without the added wear and tear that overvolting can cause, this is one attractive module.

"Considering that we easily pegged 245MHz at 2-2-2-5 with just 3.2V and no errors, and 250MHz with

the same timings and voltages with only minor errors, OCZ has come out swinging with a winner, now

offering the same low latencies that VX offers albeit with much lower voltages."


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