OCZ PC2-6400 Special Ops DDR2 2gb Kit

Introduction & Packaging

Introduction

When it comes to high performance memory, many will agree that OCZ have always been one of the innovators. Constantly pushing the limits of DDR and DDR2 memory speeds along with their unmistakeable range of good looking and effective heatspreaders, OCZ have found their way on to many enthusiasts shopping lists.

Without realising it, you may have already spoken to some of the guys over at OCZ. They can often be found browsing overclocking forums, helping users and listening out for what the overclocking and gaming communities want from their next PC hardware purchase.

As a result of listening to these communities, OCZ have come up with some rather unique memory modules aimed squarely at gamers (or people that like dressing up in army gear)...


Packaging

The clear plastic blister pack style packaging seems to be a favourite with memory manufacturers, and for this reason I certainly wasn't surprised to see OCZ using the same packaging on their Special Ops range seen below.

OCZ PC2-6400 Special Ops Packaging OCZ PC2-6400 Special Ops Packaging

Contained within the blister pack is a printed card insert containing excerpts from previous OCZ memory reviews and information on OCZ's lifetime memory warranty.

It was a bit of a disappointment to see that OCZ had used the same card insert for the Special Ops as was used on the recently reviewed OCZ Gold PC2-8800 modules. Being 'Limited Edition' memory, it would have been a nice touch to have some kind of custom card insert or even an entirely different style of packaging.

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Most Recent Comments

09-10-2006, 10:34:27

JN
"Fed up of boring looking memory sticks? Don't want your PC to be seen while you are in the Jungle? Maybe you're just a gamer in need of some high performance DDR2? Enter the OCZ Special Ops PC2-6400 2gb kit..."

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09-10-2006, 10:37:00

FarFarAway
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='XMS'
Don't want your PC to be seen while you are in the Jungle?
*still recovering from laughing*

mwahahahaha :rollingla

*gasp*Ye they OC ok*gasp*

09-10-2006, 10:38:49

WC Annihilus
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kempez
*still recovering from laughing*

mwahahahaha :rollingla

*gasp*Ye they OC ok*gasp*
O god, I just noticed that :rollingla Look nice

Edit: O quick note, the 1st 2 pics on the 1st page are links instead of pics

09-10-2006, 10:48:54

JN
Quote:
Originally Posted by WC Annihilus
O god, I just noticed that :rollingla Look nice

Edit: O quick note, the 1st 2 pics on the 1st page are links instead of pics
Eh? The pics display fine for me. Can u not see them?

09-10-2006, 17:04:44

ionicle
:rollingla :rollingla :rollingla Back garden picture! :rollingla :rollingla :rollingla

10-10-2006, 00:22:44

WC Annihilus
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='XMS'
Eh? The pics display fine for me. Can u not see them?
Well, it was at school, so I wouldn't be too surprised if it was just those comps being dumb (actually, I would bet on it really, heh). At home now, can see em fine

10-10-2006, 14:26:43

kimandsally
One thing that I often think about is the special heatspreaders are then coverd on each stick with the warranty and data sticker, I wonder how much difference it would make if they were taken off?

10-10-2006, 16:40:44

FarFarAway
Not that much tbh I don't think

11-10-2006, 05:41:08

PV5150
Great review again Jim, and the price is certainly very appealing
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