OCZ release new DDR3 PC3-16000 2000Mhz rated kit

"OCZ have released a blistering fast kit of DDR3 PC3-16000 RAM"

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OCZ Technology Unveils Ultra-Fast Two Gigahertz DDR3 Modules optimized for the new NVIDIA nForce 790i platform.

OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today unveiled blistering fast PC3-16000 DDR3 modules that are NVIDIA® SLI™ certified to run at extreme 2GHz speeds on the next generation of NVIDIA nForce™ 790i Ultra SLI motherboards also released today. Designed to offer enthusiasts the rock-solid stability and speed they’ve been demanding since the mainstreaming of DDR3 platforms, the OCZ PC3-16000 SLI-Ready series makes use of the unbeatable overclocking capabilities of the nForce 790i Ultra SLI platform and takes DDR3 to new heights.
 
“OCZ is excited to partner with NVIDIA on the launch of the new nForce 790i Ultra SLI platform which is a DDR3 overclocking dream come true for enthusiasts,” commented Alex Mei, Executive Vice President and CMO, OCZ Technology Group. “By releasing a range of EPP 2.0 DDR3 kits as well as our ESA Certified PC Power & Cooling Turbo-Cool 1200 PSU alongside the nForce 790i Ultra SLI launch, we are able to provide a robust total solution to consumers looking for a unique combination of unbeatable overclocking and easy monitoring in real time.”

“We are proud to work with OCZ Technology on a wide spectrum of products, including their cutting-edge EPP 2.0 DDR3 SLI Memory-certified memory, which helps expand our overall enthusiast ecosystem” said Tom Petersen, Director of Technical Marketing for MCP Business Unit at NVIDIA. “By working together, we are able to provide our customers a complete solution that takes full advantage of the full performance capabilities of our new nForce 790i Ultra SLI platform.”

Each OCZ PC3-16000 SLI-Ready memory module features EPP 2.0, the next generation of the widely adopted EPP 1.0 SPD (Serial Presence Detect) specification. Delivering enhanced system performance, OCZ EPP 2.0 modules are programmed to boot at 2000MHz DDR3 with aggressive timings of 9-8-8. Only motherboards equipped with the custom-designed NVIDIA nForce 790i Ultra BIOS can detect the optimized SPD profiles and ensure the memory functions under the best possible conditions. The exclusive OCZ SPD profiles take out the guesswork and provide enthusiasts and gamers with significant overclocked performance with no manual adjustment or compatibility issues.

As part of the NVIDIA SLI technology ecosystem, these modules undergo a rigorous series of tests by NVIDIA and are certified to provide enthusiasts and gamers the performance, compatibility, and stability they seek when building a SLI gaming system. Tailored specifically for the NVIDIA gamer, each OCZ DDR3 certified memory kit features the exclusive black SLI-Ready XTC (Xtreme Thermal Convection) heatspreader for the most efficient heat dissipation.

For more information on the OCZ PC3-16000 NVIDIA SLI Ready Series, visit the product page here.
 
Has this RAM got you craving for the DDR3 goodness or still planning on holding out until prices drop?
 
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15-03-2008, 07:40:10

Socks
Hey guys.

As some of you may know, iv had my ReaperX RAM doa.

Soooo...

Do i send it back and get the same again?

Or

Change it and get new??

15-03-2008, 07:52:59

PV5150
Tis nice RAM and DOA's do happen. I'd give your new replacement Reapers another chance.

15-03-2008, 08:35:50

Luigi
or... ballistix ram is awesome

15-03-2008, 08:41:03

equk
ReaperX seems quite good.
I ordered 2gb of OCZ XTC RAM last week, but still haven't received it yet :(

RAM seems to be one of those things which quite often turns up DOA :(

15-03-2008, 08:49:58

Socks
There seems to be a couple of people with doa ram or some form of knackered ram from ocuk. ( i know we should listen to you guys in the first place but i like to give people the benefit of the doubt and i am yet to have any issues when RMA'ing things with them)

I shall give the ReaperX another shot, why not hey? and if theres any more problems then ill simply have me money back, and go elsewhere.

Iv always wanted to try the Ballistix stuff. always has a good report from most, then again, so does the Reaper series. hmmmmm...

15-03-2008, 10:10:52

da2ca
I would give the Reaper X another go. I was even thinking of swapping my Balliatix for thr Reaper X
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