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When speeds of memory for overclockers and hardware enthusiasts rise amazingly, the performance bar general users expect from their PCs moves upwards automatically. This is why a lot of memory manufacturers now start to offer affordable memory modules able to function at high frequencies. OCZ announced the release of OCZ Premier Series PC3700 (DDR466) memory for value-minded customers.

OCZ’s Premier Series of inexpensive memory modules for enthusiasts in budget was firstly announced in mid-May 2003. At this time OCZ launches a speed enhancement to the family of memory devices.

OCZ Dual Channel Premier Series memory will be shipping in 512MB and 1GB PC3700 dual-channel optimized kits rated at CL 3-4-8-4 with an operating frequency of 2.75 volts. Each kit provides OCZ HyperSpeed and Extended Voltage Protection (EVP) technologies and features black aluminum heatspreaders. OCZ Dual Channel Premier Series memory has been designed specifically for use with Intel i865P/PE/G/i875P-based mainboards that benefit from high memory clock-speeds and not from aggressive timings.

OCZ Premier Series PC3700 kits are near to hit the retail. Pricing may vary in different parts of the world.


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