OCZ Unveils New High Performance Low Power DDR2 Memory Solutions

"OCZ announce a number of new DDR2 kits with low power requirements backed by their lifetime warranty."

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With the recent onsurge of DDR3 products to market, along with rapidly decreasing prices, DDR2 users may be feeling a little left out. Never fear though, OCZ has got your back with their new lineup of high speed DDR2 modules with speeds ranging from 1066Mhz - 1200Mhz. These 2x2GB kits are designed to run at 1.8v with timings of 5-5-5-18.
These kits fall under OCZ's Blade and Platinum series which both contain high quality heatspreaders for the most effective heat dissipation. Backed by OCZ's lifetime warranty and fully hand tested for quality assurance and compatibility you know these new kits from OCZ will be affordable without compromising on performance.
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10-05-2009, 06:07:05

Long story short: I'm (probably) going to build my rig into my desk. I'm currently designing the whole thing, and I'm looking at what I need.

- Front panel, needs at least 2*USB (preferably 4), eSATA and sound. Maybe a subtle power led too.
- Motherboard tray. I heard LiLi sells them?
- Harddisk caddy. Various brands produce them, any in particular you can recommend?
- 5.25" bays. I'll need at least two for my fan controller and DVD drive. Are they sold seperately?

Or should I just buy a €30 case and rip its guts out?

10-05-2009, 06:08:09

TBH a 30 euro case would be a much cheaper option, although it probably won't look as good :)

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