OCZ to introduce 4GB kits

The Inquirer reports that OCZ CEO Ryan Petersen has confirmed his company's plans to introduce some 4GB memory kits shortly before the release of Windows Vista, which is due out in January 2007. The kits will apparently be made up of two 2GB DIMMs, and should be targeted at the gamer market, for whom Vista's likely increased memory demands over Windows XP may call for memory upgrades. The company already ships 2GB kits for around $160, so the 4GB kits could cost upwards of $300—although there is no telling what memory prices will be like nine months from now.
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