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OCZ Technology has updated its lineup of memory modules with new products rated to work at 466MHz. While such speed-bin is not currently considered as extreme, some enthusiasts still choose such memory because of relative affordability.

The new OCZ EL DDR PC-3700 Enhanced Latency Platinum Edition will use OCZ’s latest Ultra Low Noise 2 (ULN2) print-circuit boards that enhance potential and improve reliability of memory modules. 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.

The new PC-3700 EL DDR modules will include platinum mirrored heatspreaders and are rated for CL2 3-3-8 operations at 2.8 volts. The initial incarnation of OCZ’s PC-3700 memory unveiled in mid-2003 was rated to function at CL2 3-3-7 and with 2.75V voltage. Earlier this year OCZ started to offer 466MHz memory modules with CL2 3-3-8 latency settings supporting Enhanced Bandwidth technology.

OCZ Platinum Edition memory modules are rated to handle up to 3.0V without invalidating the OCZ Lifetime Warranty so that performance enthusiasts can tweak their systems without worry.

OCZ PC-3700 EL DDR memory will be available in 512MB modules along with 1GB Dual Channel kits. Pricing may vary depending on the region.


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