OCZ Gold XTC PC2-8800 DDR2 2gb Kit



The following information has been shamelessly copied directly from OCZ's website:

"The new OCZ PC2-8800 Gold Edition is optimized for the AM2 and Conroe-based platform and offers computer enthusiasts and gamers unparalleled performance and the piece of mind they are guaranteed to produce the world’s fastest memory speeds within their personal desktop or gaming system. The DDR2-1100 Gold Edition is the ultimate memory solution for contemporary graphic-intensive PC games and provides unsurpassed reliability and performance to unleash every graphic possibility.

As part of the award winning OCZ Gold series, the PC2-8800 edition is built with leading edge technology designed and qualified with special selection of premium components to maximize performance when playing even the most demanding games. At a heart-pounding DDR2-1100, these modules turn out 5-6-6 timings with flawless performance and stability."

OCZ Gold PC2-8800 XTC Specs

• 1100MHz DDR2
• CL 5-6-6-15 (CAS-TRCD-TRP-TRAS)
• Unbuffered
• Gold Layered XTC Heatspreader
• Lifetime Warranty 2.2-2.4 Volts
• 240 Pin DIMM

"OCZ EVP (Extended Voltage Protection) is a feature that allows performance enthusiasts to use a VDIMM of 2.4V ± 5% without invalidating their OCZ Lifetime Warranty."

To summarise the specifications above, the OCZ Gold PC2-8800 XTC is able to run at speeds of DDR2-1100 whilst maintaining timings of 5-6-6-15. Of course, this is OCZ we are talking about here, so with a little tweaking and a bit of extra voltage we should be able to see speeds in excess of this - especially on our new Conroe based test bed.

One thing to note about these modules is their need for a motherboard capable of providing its DDR slots with a minimum of 2.2v. Without this voltage, the OCZ Gold sticks may not work to their full potential. Luckily our Asus P5B board goes a fair bit higher, so we should see some nice overclocking results.

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Most Recent Comments

25-09-2006, 12:32:02

"Just when you thought that PC2-8500 was impressive, OCZ go and take things one step further by releasing a 2gb kit rated at 1.1ghz (PC2-8800). Lets see what these babies are capable of..."


25-09-2006, 12:35:44

*starts to wonder if XMS does actualy have a job...*

Good to see you hard at it though:P.Quote

25-09-2006, 12:37:54

nice and blingin Quote

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