Japanese Ram Manufacturer Releases DDR2-1200

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Japanese RAM vendor CFD have released new DDR2 memory capable of operating at 1200 MHz with relatively low timings. Bearing in mind that it has been only a month since the release of DDR2-1100 by OCZ.

CFD also underlines that FIRESTIX W2UC0VJA can work as PC2-10000 (DDR2-1250). An Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 + ASUS P5B Deluxe machine was used to verify the claim.

CFD Firestix features:
* P/N: W2U0CVJA-S512ZZJ (512MB) and W2U0CVJA-1GZZJ (1GB)
* PC2-10000 (DDR2-1200) 240-pin DIMM capable of operating at 1250MHz * 5-6-6-18 timings
* 1-year warranty

The RAM will be available in 2 x 512 and 2 x 1GB configurations

By following the link you can view additional product information on the FIRESTIX RAM

It's not often we see a vendor beating OCZ to the punch, but CFD managed to do it. Feel free to discuss in our forum

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25-09-2006, 18:56:59

Cheers for the heads up Frag.

That thing is sweet, I need another Ipod after my Nano went walkies (long story) so I think this will be the one for me ;)

Also just noticed it comes out on my birthday :yumyum:

25-09-2006, 19:01:43

My Dad's new SanDisk Sansa just arrived today, seen Here. [url]http://www.sandisk.com/Products/Item(1937)-SDMX4-2048-Sansa_e250_MP3_Player_2GB.aspx[/url].

I'd much rather have that than an iFail. So far it's really good. AWESOME color screen, good sound quality and easy file transfers. (Just drag & drop in My Computer.) We'll see how it holds up @ his work, where it will be used & abused. :p

25-09-2006, 20:14:56

Meh, is all that comes to mind.

Seems that Apple is trying too hard.

26-09-2006, 03:20:58

To be honest, i'm not too bothered about size (within reason) when it comes to MP3 players. I want volume and lots of undistorted bass :p

Its good to see that they are still pushing the technology boundary's tho :D

26-09-2006, 11:01:51


hmmm, im not a fan of mp3 players without screens, i think ill stick with my current ipod, and buy a video one when the battery dies...

Don't need to ;)


26-09-2006, 11:03:04

[QUOTE=BloomerzUK]Don't need to ;)


Wow that's good :)

I think I'll send my lovely old G3 to them :)

26-09-2006, 11:49:12

If anyone is looking at buying one of these then you can get them direct from Apple UK and get a 36 letter message engraved for free :D

26-09-2006, 13:24:09


hmmm, im not a fan of mp3 players without screens, i think ill stick with my current ipod, and buy a video one when the battery dies...

i agree with you dav0s im also not a big fan of mp3 players without a screen... i also wouldnt buy that because it is too small... memorywize and like size lol.

ill stick with my creative zen.

26-09-2006, 14:09:52


that looks pretty neat, sound quality will most likely suck winky though. although i dont like to admit it, apple really have the lead in terms of commercially available advancements in technology

you mean like the interface?

Creative lawsuit *hint hint*

26-09-2006, 14:13:21

[QUOTE=FragTek]I know there's like a billion iPod haters here @ OC3D but guess what... :p

Just lookin' at the new Shuffle, the design is spot-on making it smaller with a clip so u can pretty much place it on yourself anywhere. Pretty nice with 1gb of memory to boot. Looks like it would be perfect for a road warrior or someone always on the go that doesn't want to lug around a larger full size MP3 player. Oh yeah did I mention they went with an aluminum enclosre for this one? w00t! No more easy scratching.

Have a look if you haven't seen it already: http://www.apple.com/ipodshuffle/


The placing it anywhere on yourself is the scary part in my opinion :p .

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