OCZ Launches DDR3 Platinum Running At 1800MHz

Posted: Jul 19 2007, 3:05pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:54am CDT, in Hardware & Peripherals


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OCZ Launches DDR3 Platinum Running at 1800MHz

Today OCZ Technology released the world’s first production 1800MHz DDR3 solution. The PC3-14400 DDR 3 modules are tested and qualified to reach these fast speeds and are rated to run at CL8-8-8.

“OCZ is excited to release the world’s first 1800MHz DDR3 solution, which offers consumers not only the fastest production specification, but has additional headroom for enthusiasts to go on and break records,” commented Dr. Michael Schuette, VP of Technology Development at OCZ Technology. “Following on the heels of the 1600MHz release of OCZ DDR3 comes the 1800MHz DDR3 series with a peak bandwidth of 14400MB per second and latencies comparable to the fastest offerings of DDR or DDR2. No other architecture can offer the same balance of bandwidth and latencies, and no other architecture has annihilated all existing high scores within a mere few weeks after its introduction and the OCZ3P18001G series plays an integral part in this triumphant achievement.”

This DDR3 RAM is optimized to work with the latest Intel platforms. This type of speed for RAM is very impressive; I can’t wait till some mainboards supporting DDR3 crop up that will also support SLI. Via OCZ

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