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World’s fastest 4GB DDR3, 2133MHz memory modules unveiled by OCZ Technology

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July 21, 2010

OCZ Flex EX DDR3 2133MHz 4GB Memory Module

OCZ Flex EX DDR3 2133MHz 4GB Memory Module

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OCZ Technology has unveiled its fastest 4GB DDR3 RAM modules yet. Capable of reaching frequencies up to 2133MHz and CL 10-10-10-30 timing, OCZ’s new modules are available in 4GB, 8GB Dual Channel and 12GB Triple Channel kits and feature a liquid cooling system and aluminum fins for maximum heat dissipation. Due to the growth in High Definition and High Quality media, OCZ says it has designed the ultimate in memory technology to ensure that the bottle-neck in your system will not be the memory modules.

They are available in three of OCZ’s RAM lines, the Platinum (entry level/value), the Reaper HPC (high-end/performance) and the Flex EX (experienced over-clockers). All of the 4GB modules operate at a low voltage of 1.65V and have been tested on the latest AMD and Intel platforms to ensure performance and stability. All the modules come with the OCZ Lifetime Warranty and the company says that the speeds and performance they provide mean your gaming and resource hungry applications will run much smoother and faster.

The Flex EX series features an integrated Liquid Injection system and aluminum fins that will ensure your modules run at optimal temperatures when running at high speeds and low latencies. The liquid cooling system is optional and the module can also be run passively.

OCZ Flex EX DDR3 2133MHz 4GB Memory Module Diagram

The thin form factor allows for side-by-side configuration which ensures you can maximize your motherboard’s RAM capabilities.

OCZ Flex EX DDR3 2133MHz 4GB Memory Modules side-by-side

“Usually high speed and high density don’t go hand in hand, but our newly introduced high density 2133MHz memory solutions are engineered to do exactly that. Designed for more than just raw speed, these new kits deliver an excellent blend of performance, density and reliability for a wide range of applications ranging from rendering video to smoother game play on the latest titles,” said Alex Mei, CMO at the OCZ Technology Group.

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So why do you need fins on a wc ram strip? Do they help or just get in the way? Are they removable? If they help then why isn't the WC working any better? What is the heat dissipation and Vddr to get 2133MHz in the triple kit? Kindof important if you are actually goin to use wc don't you think!

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21st July, 2010 @ 11:10 am PDT
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