OCZ Announces High Density 4GB DDR3 2133MHz Modules

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rseding91

I always find it funny when makers create these speed RAM sticks.

Anything above 800 DDR2 or 1066 DDR3 gives virtualy no performance increase.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ram-speed-tests,1807.html

All the benchmarks show that you might get 1-5% more speed with the higher end stuff.

RAM makers need to focus on lower latencys and lower prices, not higher clock speeds.

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AntiHero

And 50% of the kit will fail like all my other past OCZ experience.

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don2041

are those hose fittings sticking out the top of the moduals?                                

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Paul_Lilly

Yes they are. That's OCZ's Flex line, which is intended for water cooling setups.

-Paul Lilly

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TechJunkie

I bet they want a supreme premium for these which isn't worth an upgrade from my G.skill DDR3 1600's. The performance gap would be slight at best not justifying the extra expense.

I have to PooP!

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