OCZ FlexXLC Edition PC2-9200 (1150mhz) 2GB DDR2 Kit

3DMark, Quake 4, F.E.A.R & CS:Source

Gaming Test Results


3DMark is a popular synthetic gaming benchmark used by many gamers and overclockers to gauge the performance of their PC's. All 3DMark runs were performed 3 times with averages being calculated from each of the results.

OCZ FlexXLC PC2-9200 3DMark OCZ FlexXLC PC2-9200 3Dmark


F.E.A.R. is a game based on the Lithtech Jupiter EX engine. It has volumetric lighting, soft shadows, parallax mapping and particle effects.Included in the game is a benchmark facility that taxes the entire PC system. This benchmark was run 3 times to ensure uniformity of results.


Quake 4

Quake 4 is a game built on the Doom 3 engine. Benchmarking was performed using Quake4Bench and a custom timedemo recording along with 4xAA, 8xAF settings at a resolution of 1280x1024.


Coutner-Strike Source

Counter-Strike:Source is a popular multi-player FPS based on the extremely scaleable Source engine. The game takes advantage of many DirectX 9.0c features, but is fairly undemanding on the GPU and tends to thrive on systems with fast CPU's and Memory.

OCZ FlexXLC PC2-9200 CSS

Result Observations

Very little can be said for the gaming benchmark results obtained from the FlexXLC and HyperX kits. Every benchmark produced almost identical results, showing that the FlexXLC is certainly no slouch and can keep up with the other high-end memory kits on the market.
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Most Recent Comments

04-07-2007, 09:22:27

"Looking for some water cooled ram but don't like the look of those tacky after-market heatspreaders? OCZ may well be the answer to your prayers with their lineup of hybrid water/air cooled FlexXLC modules."



04-07-2007, 09:30:51

Nice job jimbo. Good set too.Quote

04-07-2007, 09:53:40

Sexy RAM Quote

04-07-2007, 10:43:04

Nice, surprized about the price, thought it`d be a bit more. $236 @ NewEgg.

I won`t admit to seeing a pic of these b4 and thinking the water things were somekind of screw-down efforts >.<


04-07-2007, 16:53:21

Mr. Smith
Water cooled RAM and you never tested it under water :eh:

Now I'm left wondering what they could have done. Nice sticks though.Quote

04-07-2007, 19:54:08

That's a nice o/c you managed there. I don't think I've seen a good comparison between passive/air/water cooling the RAM so it would have been interesting to see if there was much of an o/c difference.Quote

05-07-2007, 01:20:24

Originally Posted by name='Allsorts'
That's a nice o/c you managed there. I don't think I've seen a good comparison between passive/air/water cooling the RAM so it would have been interesting to see if there was much of an o/c difference.
From what I've read at other sites there's little to no difference in OC potential. The heatspreaders already do an amazing job of keeping the modules cool - and I actually found out today that OCZ used thermal adhesive to bond the spreaders to the modules Quote

11-07-2007, 10:44:43

ooo i've got 4gb of these in my new rig I didn't realise they were this good I think I will do a bit of playing as I have them water cooled too.Quote

11-07-2007, 10:49:53

What if u had a tubing, with a tap, just looping the memory, filled with something like mineral oil ?Quote

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