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Thursday, December 16, 2010
OCZ PC-10666 4x2GB DDR3 Review

3. Summary

OCZ is well known for producing quality products at affordable prices. The OCZ DDR3-1333 (2x4GB) Kit boosts 8GB of DDR3 memory and gives users a great option to upgrade their memory without spending much. The DDR3-1333MHz with CL9 at 1.65V rating was fully confirmed in our brief tests, although we managed to push overclocking even higher and up to 1453MHz for 1.50V and ~1504MHz at 1.65V. However, a nice stable DDR3-1333MHz with CL9 and 1.50V setting will be energy saving and will extend the lifetime of the memory.

The OCZ DDR3-1333 (2x4GB) Kit with P/N OCZ3G1333LV8GK will cost you around $110 (after coupon return), making it a highly affordable memory solution for mid-range systems. What you'll get is a fast, stable and adequately overcklockable memory kit - a great value for your money.




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