OCZ FlexXLC Edition PC2-9200 (1150mhz) 2GB DDR2 Kit
Published: 4th July 2007 | Source: OCZ | Price: |Packaging
With the FlexXLC kit being rather unique, I had high hopes that OCZ would make a fuss of it and possibly package the modules in some kind of limited edition box. Unfortunately, much to my disappointment, the boring clear plastic blister pack that we've become accustomed to from many previous memory reviews remained, leaving me with little to talk about.
The FlexXLC modules look nothing short of menacing with a large 46 pin fin array at the top of the modules and devils horn-like 1/4" barbs at either side. In addition to this, the combination of aluminium and copper used to construct the heatspreaders makes the modules much heavier than your average DDR2 kit giving the impression that you've got much more for your money.
Photographing the modules also proved equally as impossible due to their highly reflective chromed surface. Every shot either contained some greasy fingerprints or a mirror image of the surrounding environment!