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OCZ Technology group unveiled its first products based on recently announced Ultra Low Noise 2 print-circuit boards. Unlike assumed initially, the first memory modules on ULN 2 are not extreme devices, but those, which are capable of handling moderate overclocking.

OCZ PC3200 1GB DDR memory modules will be shipping in 1GB single module configurations as well as 2GB hand-tested Dual Channel kits. Each module and Dual Channel kit will feature an integrated copper heat-spreader to aid in heat dissipation and are rated for CL3-3-3-7 timings at 2.6V. OCZ PC3200 1GB DDR memory modules feature Ultra Low Noise 2 technology (ULN2) to minimize electronic noise and interference.

The new PC3200 1GB DDR unbuffered memory modules built upon ULN2 print circuit boards are the first 1GB memory modules from OCZ intended for desktop computers.

ULN 2 is based on a custom-built PCB with special emphasis on reducing this noise and interference that is present in all electronic circuits. ULN 2 includes additional shielding features as well as improved signal routing to help increase the maximum speed that can be attained on the module.

OCZ PC3200 1GB ULN2 modules and Dual Channel kits will begin shipping soon. For price and availability check out “Check Prices” feature of X-bit labs.

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