Win 2GB of ATI Crossfire Certified DDR2 RAM with OCZ and OC3D

"Fancy winning some lush OCZ DDR2 memory certified for use with ATI Crossfire based systems and compatible with all DDR2 platforms? Look no further than this post for more info!"

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News <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script> Posted 15/01/07
Author: James Napier
Source: Overclock3D

OCZ ATI Certified Win 2GB of PC2-6400 ATI Crossfire Certified DDR2 RAM with OCZ and OC3D

Its not like Overclock3D to let a month pass by without running an amazing competition, and we certainly aren't going to let things slip now that we are in 2007. So what better way to start the new year with an amazing prize from the guys at OCZ Technologies.

If you're not already a member of the Overclock3D forums, now is the perfect time to register so that you can take advantage of this great competition and others that we have lined up in the near future.

What do I have to do to enter?

Yet again it's a no-brainer! All we want you to do is tell us what stock timings the OCZ PC2-6400 ATI Crossfire Certified modules run at. If you've got absolutely no idea, then here's a little clue to get you on your way!

Once you've found the answer, download this form and send it to the usual address: to be in your chance of running these lush modules inside your system!

What are the Terms & Conditions?

• You must be a registered member of Overclock3D.Net. Registration is free and easy. Click here to signup now!
• Only one entry per person please. On entering the competition you will be sent a verification e-mail.
• If you live in a remote part of the world you may be asked to contribue to the cost of delivering your prize.
• As usual, Overclock3D moderators are excluded. Its a hard life eh lads!
• Competition ends 29th Jan 2007.

As usual - direct all questions and comments to our forums.


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Most Recent Comments

14-09-2006, 07:21:57

Hi Guys

Now that 64 bit Windows has matured somewhat and support for both apps and drivers are a lot better, I've been considering upgrading. I've used Linux under 64 bit quite a lot, and decided that I'd make the move with Windows as well. What I want to know is, are Microsoft still honouring the upgrade to 64 bit by having you resign the 32 bit key. So effectively, is the 32 bit product key that you once owned (after having upgraded) useless? I can't seem to find anything about it on the MS website. Or do I have to purchase the full version again?

All comments or linky appreciated

PV :)

14-09-2006, 07:39:02

I'm 99% certain that was a short run promo offer, I think you have to buy it now.

I guess Jim runs 64 bit on his main rig and it works out pretty well for him, I had nothing but problems with it when I last used it, and that is with my upgrade disc from the program you were talking about :(

14-09-2006, 07:55:39

Ah ok mate rgr that, thanks for the speedy reply :)

14-09-2006, 09:08:04

i use 64 bit server 2003, and have had nothing but improvements. most hardware offers x64 drivers, and it is only the minority of lesser known components that do not.

i sugegst you check support in advance tho (assuming you havent done so already)

14-09-2006, 21:44:56

Yeah I have researched it Dave, and all my hardware is 64 bit supported. Thanks for the input :)

17-09-2006, 12:57:29

There is a free 120-day trial of XP 64bit on the MS website.

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