Bookmark and Share


It is not a secret that quality memory modules are easier to overclock. Also everybody knows that low-quality memory modules can cause instable work of the whole system. So, we need to buy quality RAM sticks both for overclocking as well as for stable and reliable work of your personal computer. But what to do if we are in tight-budget? We all know that memory from such companies like Corsair and OCZ costs quite a lot, so, sometimes we have to trade-off quality for price and otherwise.

OCZ this week announced its new Premier Series DDR. OCZ Premier Series is designed for users who want to have fast and quality memory, but are cannot afford buying all those monstrous memory modules for overclocking geeks. OCZ Premier Series will be shipping in speeds up to 433MHz (PC3500) with 2.5-4-4 2T timings. OCZ Premier Series DDR use the hand selected OCZ IC’s built on OCZ ULN PCB. In order to deliver the modules at a lower price point, they will not include heat-spreaders.

Pricing is unknown, though, absence of heat-spreaders and also not really aggressive timings should make the modules more or less cheap. Hopefully, these modules should be a nice choice and I will not be surprised if OCZ’s rivals start to offer the same kinds of products.


Comments currently: 0

Add your Comment

Related news

Latest News

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

10:48 pm | LG’s Unique Ultra-Wide Curved 34” Display Finally Hits the Market. LG 34UC97 Available in the U.S. and the U.K.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

12:52 pm | Lisa Su Appointed as New CEO of Advanced Micro Devices. Rory Read Steps Down, Lisa Su Becomes New CEO of AMD

Thursday, August 28, 2014

4:22 am | AMD Has No Plans to Reconsider Recommended Prices of Radeon R9 Graphics Cards. AMD Will Not Lower Recommended Prices of Radeon R9 Graphics Solutions

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

1:09 pm | Samsung Begins to Produce 2.13GHz 64GB DDR4 Memory Modules. Samsung Uses TSV DRAMs for 64GB DDR4 RDIMMs

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

10:41 am | AMD Quietly Reveals Third Iteration of GCN Architecture with Tonga GPU. AMD Unleashes Radeon R9 285 Graphics Cards, Tonga GPU, GCN 1.2 Architecture