OCZ Flex XLC 2GB DDR2-1150
Written by David Lin in Memory on 16 May 2007. Page 3 of 3. Add A Comment

As was mentioned in Overclocking, The Natural Way, we haven't looked at much system memory as of late due to the lack of innovation for the end-user and any large differences between manufacturers. However, OCZ's Flex XLC memory is truly different from the rest of the pact. The Flex XLC heatspreaders can be used inside a water-cooling loop for superb performance, but even without connecting it to a water-cooling setup we had no problems reaching 1150MHz and higher speeds. At this time the Flex XLC PC2-9200 2GB memory can be found for about $275 USD, which is more expensive than similarly rated DDR2 memory; however, this memory boasts several advantages. We have been using this memory for several months and have yet to be let down by this memory and thus we are awarding the OCZ PC2-9200 Flex XLC memory our Editor's Choice Award.

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