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Friday, March 17, 2006
CeBIT 2006

17. OCZ

We visited OCZ's booth, one of the largest manufacturers of memory solutions. OCZ's name is a guarantee of performance and quality.

OCZ has a full product range covering the needs for extreme users and not only...

Recently, OCZ announced the DDR2 PC2-8800 Platinum, capable of running at 1100MHz with timings of CL 5-6-6. This memory will be available in 512MB and 1GB modules. There will also be a version running at 1000MHz with CL 4-5-4 and codename PC2-8000.

One of the most impressive things we saw at this year's CeBIT was the new liquid cooling system from OCZ, the Cryo-Z. The Cryo-Z is an extremely powerful and compact unit with aluminium chassis and pure copper base. The manufacturer promises 100% motherboard compatibility while the estimated temperature for a PC running under full load is close to -30°C!!! At the beginning of its release, (real soon), the Cryo-Z will cost close to US$350.

OCZ is also about to offer a new cooling system series, an affordable solution and less complicated, easy for everybody.

 

 

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