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By | Hard Reg 31st August 2006 10:53

OCZ clocks DDR 2 DIMM to 1,120MHz

PC2-9000 anyone?

Memory specialist OCZ has unveiled a 1GB DDR 2 SDRAM memory module clocked to a whopping 1.12GHz. The unbuffered 2.4V DIMM is latency rated at 5-5-5-15, the company said.

ocz pc2-9000 ddr 2 dimm

Part of OCZ's Titanium Alpha line, the PC2-9000 VX2 DFI Special Edition part sports a multi-coloured heatsink that's unique to each DIMM dropping off the company's production line, OCZ said. It also claimed the part operates at "ultra-low timings... without any adverse affects to stability whatsoever".

The PC2-9000 DIMM is available in single-module and two-DIMM, dual-channel packs. OCZ didn't say how much it expects the parts to cost consumers. ®

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