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Thursday, June 30, 2005
OCZ DDR PC-3200 Dual Channel Gold

2. A Closer Look

The OCZ EL DDR400 Gold Edition memory modules carry the specifications label on which is written the RAM part number, timing, speed and of course the RAM size. The specifications for the modules contain the magical 2-2-2-5! These timings at high FSB speeds promise really good performance, something we'll have to wait and see our own eyes.

The embossed logo is yet more proof of the attention OCZ gives to all their products, down to the last detail.
After all, in today’s competitive market, detail is what makes the difference.

The massive heat spreaders are made of copper with a stunning gold finish. From the side of the modules, we can see the actual size of these copper plates, which by the way do an incredible job of keeping the temperatures down to low levels.

And for those who love detail, the modules are constructed on a PCB board from Brainpower, which has a reputation for its overclocking abilities. Of course, we didn’t expect anything less after we read the specifications and the details from OCZ.




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