OCZ Technology Announces PC2-8500 NVIDIA SLI-Ready Modules

"OCZ Technology Announces PC2-8500 NVIDIA SLI-Ready Modules"

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OZC Technology today announced the next addition to their line of NVIDIA certified Platinum DDR2 memory modules. The new PC2-8500 series is SLIT certified ensuring ultimate breakthrough compatibility for advanced SLI platform performance.

The PC2-8500 Platinum modules operate at 1066MHz with 4-5-5 timings and are part of the certified NVIDIA SLI technology ecosystem compiled of a selection of "interoperable components," all of which elevate the standards of performance for enthusiasts and gamers when operating together in the same system.

OCZ PC2-8500 SLI


If you would like to know more about the modules, head to OCZ's website

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03-10-2006, 03:03:28

Electronic Arts has purchased one of it's gaming development studios responsible for the Battlefield franchise. Do you think that this is the way of the future for smaller gaming studios? Simply waiting around for game publishers to swallow them up; or can you see some benefits for us consumers? Feel free to discuss below...

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03-10-2006, 03:11:38

EA are the Kings of uselessness in the games scene. Be prepared for even more unpatched first releases when EA tell Game studio's that it NEEDS TO BE OUT NOW :mad:

03-10-2006, 05:06:44

Yeah I agree totally mate. It'd be nice if smaller game houses could survive against the likes of EA, Ubi etc. I'm sure the owners would appreciate the injection of cash, and the fact that they don't have to re-mortgage the house everytime they want to release a game; but in return they make a deal with the devil. One can only imagine the pressure imposed by a publisher in the lead up to the game's release, and you can understand why they are released quite often, with so many bugs

03-10-2006, 08:00:43

Ugg EA ruin things. They are also resposible for bringing the sims to this world. Which should be a criminal offence.

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