OCZ Announces Low-Voltage DDR3 Memory for P55 Platform

Paul Lilly

OCZ on Monday announced several new low-voltage DDR3 kits the company claims has been designed specifically for the upcoming Intel P55 chipset. All six dual-channel kits come rated at 1.65V, partially a result of "using sophisticated IC screening methods."

“OCZ is excited to introduce a complete range of new DDR3 dual channel memory kits that are engineered specifically for Intel’s cutting edge P55 platform,” commented Alex Mei, CMO for the OCZ Technology Group. “These gaming kits make use of high quality hand screened chips to deliver exceptional performance and stability at surprisingly low voltages when paired with the latest Intel processors and chipset.”

The new kits include:

  • DDR3-1866, Platinum, 2x2GB, 9-9-9-27
  • DDR3-1866, Gold, 2x2GB, 10-10-10-27
  • DDR3-1600, Platinum, 2x2GB, 7-7-7-24
  • DDR3-1600, Gold, 2x2GB, 8-8-8-24
  • DDR3-1333, Platinum, 2x2GB, 7-7-7-20
  • DDR3-1333, Gold, 2x2GB, 9-9-9-20

All six kits come with OCZ's familiar honeycomb heatspreader. OCZ also claims that each module is "100 percent hand tested."

No word yet on price or availability.

Image Credit: OCZ

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