OCZ Technology Introduces the ReaperX Series

"OCZ Technology Introduces the ReaperX Series, the Ultimate Combination of Cooling Technology and High Performance Memory"

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OCZ Technology Introduces the ReaperX Series, the Ultimate Combination of Cooling Technology and High Performance Memory

OCZ Technology Group (LSE: OCZ), a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today announced the ReaperX memory series, an innovative memory solution that utilizes highly effective heat transfer technology. Re-engineering the Reaper HPC (Heat Pipe Conduit) design, the DDR2 PC2-6400 ReaperX uses a dual metal heatpipe formation to effectively offload heat and increase stability of memory modules. The unique ReaperX heatspreader is designed to deliver superior heat dissipation that is more effective than traditional heatspreaders.

As part of the award-winning OCZ HPC family, the ReaperX memory series is built with the same aim of optimal heat dissipation for the best possible overclocking environment for enthusiasts. Through leading-edge cooling technology and engineering, ReaperX HPC (Heat Pipe Conduit) modules offload heat with extreme efficiency due to a new dual copper heat pipe design. Each memory chip is in direct contact with a thermo-conductive pipe that guides the performance robbing heat away from key memory components and quickly dissipates it through the aluminum fin array.

“The new ReaperX series once again raises the memory bar for desktop computers by combining a high density configuration with Enhanced Bandwidth Technology and an innovative heat pipe design heat spreader,” commented Dr. Michael Schuette, VP of Technology Development at OCZ Technology. “The result is the new OCZ ReaperX, representing the ongoing commitment at OCZ Technology to promote ultra low latency, high frequency modules featuring standard and EPP operation modes as part of our leading role in the industry.”

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OCZ ReaperX

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19-11-2007, 19:09:16

Mr. Smith
I'm playing, I wasn't sure if I liked it at first but it seems to be a grower... I think they did that whole future thing at the start of the game to set up sequels

19-11-2007, 19:42:04

Brooksie
Yeah the ending is deffo a cliff hanger

I heard expect a new game out in 08..

Someone suggested Assassins Creed: Assassinate Harder

:)

19-11-2007, 19:58:57

MikeEnIke
Hate you guys and your damn 360s lol

19-11-2007, 20:17:35

llwyd
Looks to me like the type of game that shouldve followed a good film and not quite been of the same standard..... if you get me? like transformers (cept i hated the film)

20-11-2007, 04:05:34

Mr. Smith

Looks to me like the type of game that shouldve followed a good film and not quite been of the same standard..... if you get me? like transformers (cept i hated the film)



Are you saying it seems like a bad game of a good film? Or a good game of a bad film?

20-11-2007, 11:17:50

Brooksie
Speaking of games into films..

http://www.hitmanmovie.com/

:D

20-11-2007, 12:02:26

[Ins]
I'm addicted to Assasians Creed at the moment! Just love the free play across the cities....it's great!!! :D

28-11-2007, 05:29:23

tsinc80697
Really need to buy this and mass effect, look awesome!
Waiting for them to appear 2nd hand really

28-11-2007, 08:03:58

Kempez
I have this on the PS3 and it really looks awesome. Gameplay is pretty cool too tho can be a little repititive. Don't like the futuristic element at all but the actual assasin gameplay is great

28-11-2007, 11:29:40

tsinc80697
Yeah it looks a bit repetitive but still worth getting I think, my type of game sneaking around!
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