OCZ Technology Releases New DDR2 and DDR3 ReaperX Memory Kits

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Sunnyvale, CA—November 15, 2007—OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today unveiled two high-speed, high-capacity memory products designed with hardcore gamers in mind. Itching to experience the incredible graphics and FPS action of EA’s highly-anticipated Crysis®, gamers across the world will improve their gaming experience from upgrading their PC components and benefit from the optimizations of premium memory.  The latest OCZ PC3-10666 and PC2-8000 ReaperX 4GB memory kits feature the ideal blend of speed, latency, bandwidth, and up to 4GB capacities to help DirectX-10 PC games reach their full potential on the latest DDR2 and DDR3 platforms.

As mainstream gaming moves towards revolutionary graphic-intensive DX9 and DX10 games, bleeding-edge platforms and largecapacity memory modules are shifting from an enthusiast inclination to a gaming desktop standard. With the release of advanced PC titles like Crysis, powered by Crytek’s highly advanced CryENGINE™ 2, memory that supports demanding multimedia features with high frequencies, aggressive bandwidth, and high densities will be come the norm. Signaling the beginning of a new age in PC gaming, Crysis’ popularity will spark significant demand for high performance computer hardware from not only enthusiasts, but the average, every-day gamer.
 
“Like gamers the world over we are excited about the launch of the highly advanced new game Crysis,” commented Alex Mei, Chief Marketing Officer of the OCZ technology Group. “Spectacular new titles like Crysis deliver a fresh level of realism and we are pleased to release new ReaperX DDR2-1000 and DDR3-1333 4GB kits that are optimized to ensure that gamer’s hardware is able to fully leverage the complete slew of features within these games on both current and next generation platforms for the ultimate experience.”

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