The DDR3 market, still in its infancy, already has manufacturers jumping all over it to produce performance modules. OCZ is no exception, having already released a variety of kits this year to couple with DDR3 supporting platforms, such as the P35 chipsets, X38 chipsets and upcoming AM3 platform.

Today, they announced another addition to their DDR3 lineup with two 1600MHz PC3-12800 modules. These extremely fast units have lower timings than expected for memory clocked so high, sitting at CL7-7-7 and CL7-6-6 for the “Enhanced Bandwidth” edition of the new units.

The new modules will be available in 2GB kits, though neither pricing or specific availability has been made available. You can read more about the modules on the products page for them.