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OCZ intros Flex EX memory with air or water cooling

updated 04:25 pm EST, Thu December 18, 2008

OCZ intros Flex EX memory

Computer memory maker OCZ on Tuesday announced the upcoming release of its Flex EX memory modules, available in DDR2 and DDR3 speeds. Initially, OCZ will offer 4GB bundles of the memory modules, with a pair of 2GB sticks in 800MHz, 1,200MHz, 1,600MHz and 2,000MHz speeds. The modules are meant for hardcore gamers and their overclocked systems where high temperatures become an issue, as they integrate a liquid injection system.

Users have the option of running the memory without a liquid system connected to the chips thank to aluminum fins, and unlike in the Flex XLC chips where the system was debuted, the heatsinks are smaller for better memory packaging and more configuration options.

No pricing or detailed release information for the memory chips has been disclosed by OCZ.

by MacNN Staff



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