OCZ unveils High-Density 4GB DDR3 at 2133 MHz memory kits

OCZ comes up with new high-speed 4GB (4096MB) modules,  aimed at gamers and performance enthusiasts. The kits are available in either 8GB dual channel or 12GB triple channel kits from their Flex EX,  Reaper HPC and Platinum Series momory, working at 2133MHz.

The 4GB modules operate at 1.65V and as OCZ claims “are tested and qualified on the latest AMD and Intel platforms to ensure ultimate performance and stability”. They comes with lifetime warranty and is expected to be available soon.

OCZ Reaper HPC and Flex series DDR3 memory

“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,” said Alex Mei, CMO at the OCZ Technology Group. “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 gameplay on the latest titles.”

OCZ Platinum DDR3

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