New 4GB memory kits now available from OCZ

— 1:29 PM on July 11, 2007

OCZ Technology has introduced two 4GB sets of DDR2-800 memory aimed at enthusiasts and overclockers. The kits are part of OCZ's Gold and Platinum lineups, respectively, and they're both made up of four 1GB DIMMs—an odd configuration considering most 4GB dual-channel kits consist of two 2GB modules.

OCZ says its PC2-6400 Platinum Quad kit is rated for operation at a speed of 800MHz with latencies of 4-5-4-18 at 2.1V. As for the PC2-6400 Gold Quad kit, it's rated for operation at 800MHz with 5-5-5-18 timings at 2.1V. Both kits are covered by OCZ's lifetime warranty up to 2.2V (give or take 5%). OCZ hasn't announced a price for either kit, but considering the cost of 1GB modules, the two kits should be cheaper than comparable 4GB kits made up of two 2GB sticks.

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