Now that both AMD and Intel are primarily using DDR2 memory technology, sales of this memory type are going to accelerate quite significantly without a doubt. For now DDR2-667 looks to be the new DDR400, until higher DDR2 memory frequencies become more standard. Having that said, the original DDR memory is not going any where in a hurry, as the majority of AMD systems in circulation still use DDR memory. OCZ knows this, and as a result they are still churning out new DDR memory modules every day, with the latest being their “Limited Edition” memory known as the .