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OCZ DDR2 PC2-9200 FlexXLC Edition review

Now that both AMD and Intel have selected DDR2 as the primary memory technology across their desktop range, everything has become much more standardized. That said, purchasing DDR2 memory is not so straightforward, as there are literally countless options available.

We present you today's review item, OCZ's ultra-expensive DDR2 memory kit featuring two highly overclocked 1GB modules. Priced at around $480, the price tag of the OCZ DDR2 PC2-9200 FlexXLC Edition memory is quite simply scary! This memory clocks to 1150MHz using 2.35v with CAS5-5-5-18 timings.

These new OCZ FlexXLC memory modules feature the unique ability to integrate themselves into your existing water-cooling system. In fact, these are the first ever water-cooled memory modules of any description and OCZ wanted to make sure they were the record breakers. OCZ was not only the first to deliver water-cooled memory, but they are also the first to ship memory that is guaranteed to work at 1150MHz right out of the box.

View: OCZ DDR2 PC2-9200 FlexXLC Edition review @ TechSpot

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RangerLG said,
Aren't those timings a little high or is DDR2 not like old DDR?

DDR2 always has higher timings, but 5 is on the high end even for DDR2. Usually it's around 3 or 4.

who is going to spend 500 bucks on 2 GB of ram... thats allmsot as much as vista! :P
But seriously... these modules look like they could do some interesting things.