OCZ announces ‘AM3 optimized’ DDR3 memory

By on April 14, 2009, 4:47 PM
OCZ Technology expanded their memory lineup for AMD enthusiasts today with the introduction of new DDR3 kits that have been specifically optimized for AM3-based systems, providing a low-voltage memory solution ready to deliver a high level of performance. According to the technical specifications provided by the company, the modules operate at either 1333MHz or 1600MHz frequencies and are rated at 1.65V.


The new AM3-ready DDR3 modules from OCZ are part of the company's Platinum and Gold series and will be available in 2x2GB kits with latencies of 7-7-7-20, 7-7-7-24, 8-8-8-24 and 9-9-9-20, depending on the series and the module frequency. The company has yet to reveal any details regarding availability and price, though it seems to be pitching these as a relatively ‘cost-efficient’ solution for those looking to move to AM3 platforms that support only DDR3 memory.




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