OCZ Technology Announces the PC2-7200 Special Ops Edition
Sunnyvale, CA - July 13, 2006 - OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today announced the PC2-7200 DDR2 Special Ops Edition. The new DDR2-900 SOE is part of the limited edition Special Ops series which is a line of memory that caters to the needs of gamers and features a unique camouflage motif XTC heatspreader.
The PC2-7200 SOE will be available in 1GB (2x512MB) and 2GB (2x1024MB) dual channel kits for the ultimate memory upgrade on the latest DDR2 platforms. Rated at 5-5-5 latency timings, these modules offer faster access times than standard JEDEC reference design and give gamers the additional performance edge over conventional DDR2-900 memory. With today's games requiring a minimum of 2GB of system memory, the Special Ops Edition is the ideal solution for gamers who need high capacity options in addition to superior reliability and bandwidth management without a hefty price point.
"Gamers have been asking us for a quality high speed DDR2 part capable of handling all the latest FPS games," said Alex Mei, VP of Marketing, OCZ Technology Group, Inc. "The new PC-7200 Special Ops Edition memory delivers performance that matches its aggressive appearance, and is an ideal product for both gamers and case modders desiring a unique premium solution."
All Special Ops Edition modules are 100% hand-tested for quality assurance and compatibility and feature high quality XTC (Xtreme Thermal Convection) heatspreaders for the most effective heat dissipation. Furthermore, each OCZ SOE module is backed by the industry leading OCZ Lifetime Warranty and technical support for unparalleled peace of mind during intense fragging sessions.
For more information on the PC2-7200 Special Ops Edition, please visit the product page.
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