OCZ: new modules, new priorities
With minimal lag OCZ Technology Group announced several new solutions at once: PC2-4300, PC2-5300 and PC2-6400 Enhanced Bandwidth DDR-II module series and PC-3200 Platinum Rev 2 kits (CL2-2-2-8 CAS-tRCD-tRP-TRAS).
The former is a clear reserve for future DDR2 platforms and PC2-5300 / PC2-6400 chipsets expected next year. "We believe that DDR II modules at 667 MHz and 800 MHz will eventually become viable replacements for current DDR modules" said Dr. Michael Schuette, director of technology development with OCZ Technology Group. "While there may not be an immediate benefit from the transition towards DDR II, OCZ, true to their reputation as market leader, is allocating resources towards the refinement of the DDR II standard to develop the new EB DDR II line of memory modules."
As for PC-3200 Platinum Rev 2, their release is explained rather simply: "The trend has been to move to higher frequencies at the expense of latencies. However, given the fact that in most architectures the host bus cannot handle the Memory bandwidth, we need to refocus on what the real needs are. Seamless data flow can only be achieved in a low latency environment. This is where OCZ Technology, once again, takes a leading role in the industry."
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