OCZ Technology Unveils 4GB Platinum Edition Kit

"With 2GB becoming the norm, enthusiasts shifting to Vista who need the additional performance will find the OCZ 4GB kit is a suitable upgrade. "

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OCZ Technology Unveils 4GB Platinum Edition Kit

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As part of OCZ’s Platinum series, the PC2-6400 4GB modules are engineered to satisfy the demands of overclockers and enthusiasts and designed deliver the performance and speed gamers require for today’s graphic-intensive DirectX 10 PC games. At 800MHz, the 4GB Platinum Edition runs at blazing fast 5-4-4 timings and offers unprecedented bandwidth and stability on the latest platforms.

 

“Nothing enhances system performance as much as the amount of memory since the system memory is still the fastest storage medium in any personal computer,” commented Dr. Michael Schuette, VP of Technology Development at OCZ Technology. “High system memory densities become especially important for use with the latest platform generations utilizing PCI Express and other integrated peripherals such as network controllers since those components take away memory from the total system memory pool.  More important is yet to make sure that memory performance is not sacrificed by going to high densities. That is where the new 4GB Platinum kits combine the best of two worlds—abundant memory with OCZ’s patent-pending Enhanced Bandwidth Technology to again raise the bar for memory products.” 

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19-06-2007, 04:10:19

deathwish
i would still get a case with 120mm fans as a p4 will still make allot of heat whitch would build up

19-06-2007, 04:14:02

robump
I would also suggest acase with 120mm fans in it, have you got a price range and we can make some suggestions.

Rob

19-06-2007, 04:45:27

s.t.s
Well I am building a htpc ... but the case I want is unlikely to be available for a couple of months (OrigenAE S10/4) so I was going for the cheapest desktop atx case with psu I could find for now to get me going and will buy an E4400 or equivalent when I get the final case. I guess a 120 mm fan wont break the bank and can always go into the nicer case when i get it too, schtye or noctua seem to be fans to get ... right?

Will also be using a spare Samsung HDD and old DVD drive that is spare as well.

19-06-2007, 04:50:06

llwyd
I wouldn't spend that much on a fan as i'm not sure if the HTPC case you're getting fits 120mm fans. I would advise having at least two fans on your case, one inlet and one outlet as you're using air cooling, and therefore need a fresh supply of cool air, while extracting all the warm air.

19-06-2007, 05:02:36

robump
I built a htpc, and used a elonex artisan case with motherboard already fitted, cant support core 2 duo 15 chipset i think, but you dont really need it unless you are going to be encoding video, and then i just sendit o my main pc over gigabit ethenet.

Nice casee though.

Rob

19-06-2007, 05:03:03

s.t.s

I wouldn't spend that much on a fan as i'm not sure if the HTPC case you're getting fits 120mm fans. I would advise having at least two fans on your case, one inlet and one outlet as you're using air cooling, and therefore need a fresh supply of cool air, while extracting all the warm air.

Hadn't thought about that ... I think the 14 may take a 120 but perhaps safest to go for 2 80s as you say.

19-06-2007, 05:10:38

youpla
Certainly add a second fan for air intake as suggested by others... The height of the case is 140mm so you could possibly add a 120mm fan but for safety I will go with a 92mm or 80mm. Seems you can stick one fan on the left panel for the intake.

19-06-2007, 06:39:14

s.t.s
Just got the specs for the S14v and it comes with plenty of fans so I think I will just grab the cheap ebuyer 30p fans for now as this is not a long-term case solution.

Thanks for all the tips guys

19-06-2007, 07:43:10

MikeEnIke
And on a side note, loving the avatar :D !!

19-06-2007, 07:54:45

s.t.s
Thanks ... shame the team sucked quite so bad last season ... still allegiance is allegiance
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