OCZ PC3-12800 Intel XMP Dual Channel Kit Pro Reviews
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OCZ PC3-12800 Intel XMP Dual Channel Kit Reviews3
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"Planning to upgrade to Windows 7, or to grab some new games? You might be considering a memory kit then. Today we look at a 2x2GB DDR3 package from OCZ. "
"While all that sounds quite negative, there is an up side to this set of modules. At the 1750Mhz maximum speed, I could run the modules at the same 8-8-8 latencies. This set of OCZ modules allowed me to go as tight as 7-7-7 at 1622MHz, so you can get a small bump in system feel and performance. The price point of $142, which these modules will be offered at, is higher than most of the currently available sets of i5/i7 P55 specific memory kits by between $15 and $35. This set of modules most likely won't be for the enthusiast, but for the mainstream user looking for a step up from the 1333MHz kits on the market. There are kits with more overhead available for the enthusiast for a lower price, but when it comes down to no fuss overclocking of the memory, the XMP profiles prove beneficial and offer an increase in performance without the headaches. Couple that with OCZ's lifetime warranty and legendary support, and you have a set of modules that you can be sure will work as they are intended."
"OCZ has done a great job with these modules, showcasing sharp aesthetics, quality construction, and very good performance. If you're looking to jump on the LGA1156 Core i5/i7 bandwagon and want some memory modules that have convenience built right in, OCZ XMP Edition DDR3-1600 modules are a great option."