OCZ Kicks Out New Low Voltage Memory Kits

Paul Lilly

In the midst of bombarding the market with a bazillion solid state drive models, OCZ has gone back to its roots and introduced a handful of desktop memory kits.

Taking aim at gamers with a green eye, the new kits consist of Ultra-Low Voltage (ULV) and Extreme-Low Voltage (ELV) grade DDR3 that OCZ promises has the chops to fit in with an enthusiast oriented build.

"We are pleased to announce a complete range of low-voltage memory offerings designed for the latest crop of energy efficient platforms," said Eugene Chang, Vice President of Product Management. "In the past, lower voltage meant lower performance, but now with our extreme-low voltage optimized memory, consumers don't have to sacrifice high performance to also achieve energy savings."

OCZ's Platinum ELV line sips just 1.35 volts and come in 4GB and 6GB kits, while the company's new Reaper HPC and Gold ULV memory operate at 1.5 volts and are offered in up to 12GB capacity kits. Both the ELV and ULV kits are available in triple-channel and dual-channel form in DDR3-1600 and DDR3-1333 trim.

Image Credit: OCZ

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