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OCZ Technology, a leading maker of high-performance memory products, on Monday unveiled its first Fatal1ty-branded breed of memory modules. The new family includes DDR2 and DDR3 solutions at various speed-bins. According to OCZ, the new products were co-developed by OCZ and Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel, a well-known gamer.

“The launch of Fatal1ty Brand memory is very exciting because I am working with OCZ Technology who makes top quality products. Fatal1ty Gaming Gear is all about bringing equipment to the highest possible level to improve the gaming experience,” says Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel.

The family of OCZ Fatal1ty memory modules include 4GB PC2-6400 (800MHz) 4GB kits with CL5 4-4-18 timings, 2GB PC2-8500 (1066MHz) EPP-ready with CL5 5-5-15 latency settings as well as 2GB and 4GB PC3-10666 (1333MHz) with CL9 9-9-26 timings.

The new modules are designed to enable personal computers of gamers who are seeking for superior performance, but would not like to sacrifice stability of their systems for a couple of additional frames per second. Therefore, OCZ decided not to sell ultra-overclocked memory modules under Fatal1ty brand.

“OCZ worked closely with Fatal1ty and his team to design new memory kits that pair perfectly with the top selling motherboards for a superior gaming experience. Fatal1ty knows what it takes to win at the highest level of eSports, and these new kits deliver superior stability and performance to gamers whether you are a professional player on the Championship Gaming Series, or a weekend warrior looking to dominate when playing the latest titles,” commented Alex Mei, chief marketing officer of the OCZ Technology Group.

Pricing of OCZ Fatal1ty memory modules were not announced.

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You guys forget that it will probably be all red with flashing LEDs, 2 foot tall heat pipe and built-in internal flux capacitor. That's what the Fatal1ty name means. It doesn't do anything to improve your gaming and if you suck at gaming then getting a Fatal1ty all tricked out rig won't help you one bit.
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