OCZ Unveils First Fatal1ty Brand DDR2 and DDR3 Memory After Partnership Announcement

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Talcum X

It does nothing for me and frankly, it doesnt make any one piece of hardware stand out from any other in my eyes.  I see it and think "oh, hum"

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Gailim

lol being good a popping off headshots does not an engineer make. this "working closely with Fatal1ty" BS is just that, BS. this is just a scam to charge more the the same memory their already selling. This is almost as ridiculous as those SLI and Crossfire "certified" ram kits.... almost.

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Fenthic

Let me be first to say this but this Fatal1ty naming scheme has gotten very annoying and old. I wish it would come to an end. The branding of a item as Fatal1ty does absolutly no good with me when it comes to me buying parts.

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