“DDR2 speed grades evolve faster than anybody would have thought to be possible,” commented Dr. Michael Schuette, VP of Technology Development at OCZ Technology Group, “and we are proud that OCZ has played a major role in this push for new performance superlatives. The result of our constant effort to fine-tune components and maximize their performance, once again pays off in our release of the world’s first 1100 MHz DDR2 system memory modules.”
Operating at a “true” 550Mhz, these modules don't yet have a CPU that fits them perfectly, but with the introduction of AMD to the DDR-2 world and Intel's slow push of 1066Mhz and 1333Mhz Xeons, we may see even faster modules coming from OCZ in the near future. Amazing stuff. You can read the full press release from the link above or in the comments section.