OCZ intros low-latency DDR2 modules


— 10:51 AM on October 20, 2004

The memory mavens at OCZ have announced a new series of low-latency DDR2 DIMMs. Many of the first wave of DDR2 modules focused primarily on higher clock speeds, but given the Pentium 4 bus-speed bottleneck, low-latency modules may be a better idea in many ways. These new PC2-4200 DIMMS are rated to run at 3-2-2 timings, or even better than the 3-3-3 timings we used on the P4 platform in our recent round of CPU tests. These modules could help the Pentium 4 achieve shorter bars on our fancy 3D graphs and higher performance overall.

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