We have in our hands the retail package of the OCZ 6GB kit (2GBx3), part number PN - OCZ3X1600LV6GK. The kit is priced at $145 as found over Newegg ($125 after rebate).
The newly designed package has several logos. OCZ claims that we have to do with the "the best performing DDR3 memory on the market. Period."
We should admit the OCZ's packaging is better that Crucial's. Everything is protected into a hard plastic shell, which can be re-used to store the memory modules if necessary.
The modules feature a propriety XTC (Xtreme Thermal Convection) heatspreaders for effective heat dissipation. The Intel Core i7 logo is also available to ensure the compatibility of the product with Intel's X58 platform.
The OCZ PC3-12800 6GB kit supports the JEDEC timings for the 533MHz and 610Mhz with 1.50V, according to CPU-Z. The memory also offers XMP compatible timings for 500MHz and 800MHz. The DDR3-1600 comes with 1.65V and CL8.
The Everest Ultimate Edition reports the same embedded timings: