Motherboards based on Intel's X38 Express core logic chipset are just around the corner, and OCZ Technology has decided to introduce some new, high-speed DDR3 memory modules for the occasion. OCZ's PC3-12800 Intel XMP Ready Titanium Edition sticks aren't ordinary DDR3 modules, though. As OCZ explains, they feature Intel Extreme Memory Profiles, a set of Serial Presence Detect settings that will "act as an integrated 'plug and play' overclocking tool" on Intel X38-based mobos. In other words, the sticks are set for what seems to be Intel's take on SLI memory.
Aside from fancy next-gen chipset-specific goodies, the new PC3-12800 Intel XMP Ready Titanium Edition modules come in 1GB and 2GB flavors, and they're rated for operation at 1600MHz with timings of either 8-8-8 or 7-6-6, depending on the XMP profile. The modules are rated for a voltage setting of 1.8V, too, and OCZ's warranty covers over-voltage settings of up to 1.95V.
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