OCZ Technology Announces New PC2-8000 4GB Platinum Edition Memory

"4GB Platinum Edition Memory to offer Mainstream Enthusiasts an Affordable Overclocking Kit"

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OCZ Technology Announces New PC2-8000 4GB Platinum Edition Memory to offer Mainstream Enthusiasts an Affordable Overclocking Kit.
 
OCZ Technology Group, Inc. (LSE: OCZ), a worldwide leader in innovative ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today announced the PC2-8000 Platinum Edition 4GB dual channel kit, designed to boost the performance of mainstream gaming systems. These new 2GB modules are the ultimate upgrade for entry-level enthusiasts seeking an exceptional overclocking kit at a price point that suits all budgets.

As part of OCZ’s Platinum series, the PC2-8000 2GB modules are engineered to satisfy the demands of overclockers and enthusiasts, and designed to deliver the performance and speed gamers require for today’s graphic-intensive DirectX 10 PC games. At a blistering 1000MHz, the 4GB Platinum Edition runs at faster speeds than typical 2GB modules, offering incredible bandwidth and stability on the latest platforms.

“System memory density is a significant cost factor in the overall configuration of any personal computer,” commented Dr. Michael Schuette, VP of Technology Development at OCZ Technology. “However, retrofitting a system with an abundance of memory does not necessarily translate into having to spend an abundance of cash. By releasing quality products like the PC2-8000 2GB modules at a low price point, OCZ Technology once again demonstrates the commitment to providing the customers with the best possible solution in the market place.”
 
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15-01-2008, 12:14:52

Luigi
also, whats the screen size/reso?

15-01-2008, 13:32:39

SBB
Judging by you have a Pentium D, i'd say your PSU isnt going to be up to much (even a high quality 400w I wouldn't really recommend to run a HD3850).

However, you can get a decent PSU and an ATI HD3850 and still be in budget :)

16-01-2008, 03:47:33

jiffz

Is your motherboard is pci-e compatible? If not you'll have to factor that into you budget



That's a pretty important point here tbh, if he goes through all the trouble of buying a PSU and card, then he tries to fit it in the slot "damn, won't fit"... :mad:

28-02-2008, 16:02:39

bulric
Cheers for all the advice guys, sorry for slow reply though, I've been away from home. :(

Stupid question, but how do I check if i have pci-e slots? I've tried Dxdiag, but that's about it...
+I now have a 600w power supply.

29-02-2008, 04:03:35

Nick R
Open the case and see if you have a slot that's bigger than the rest. Picture I found on google;
[IMG]http://media.hardwareanalysis.com/articles/large/11308.jpg[/IMG]
black one is a PCI-E slot.

29-02-2008, 14:30:29

bulric
I have one of those slots. :)
So what card would you guys reccomend me now, since the price drops. Or should I wait for the 9800 series?

Or go for a new processor first?

29-02-2008, 21:12:21

Nick R
ATI HD3850 or 8800 GT, a new processor wouldn't hurt hurt :p. I belive it's £110 for a C2D 2.4 GHz and the card would be £120 which pushed you over budget, after that you would also need a PSU. You could shave £40-60 of the GPU though.

01-03-2008, 13:24:57

Pat123
You also have to watch the CPU socket, see which pin it is and fsb.

02-03-2008, 11:16:06

bulric
Ok, I might buy new cpu as well then.
Is there a big differance between the GT and GTS series?

02-03-2008, 11:19:32

Nick R
Here's a good comparison;
[IMG]http://www23.tomshardware.com/charts16/778-707-318.png[/IMG]
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