OCZ DDR2 PC2-6400 Gold GX XTC Dual Channel *EOL
The PC2-6400 Gold Edition is the ultimate memory solution for contemporary graphic-intensive PC titles and memory-hungry applications to provide unsurpassed reliability and performance for enthusiasts on a budget.
The new OCZ PC2-6400 Gold GX Edition utilizes the latest OCZ heatspreader design. XTC (Xtreme Thermal Convection) Heatspreaders allow increased ventilation and heat dissipation due to an innovative honeycomb design providing more direct access to the actual memory ICs.
As part of the award winning OCZ Gold GX series, the PC2-6400 Gold DDR2 edition is built with leading edge technology designed and qualified with special selection of premium components to maximize performance.
OCZ PC2-6400 products are 100% hand-tested to ensure compliance with stringent quality standards. In addition, each member of the OCZ Gold GX PC2-6400 family is backed by an industry-leading lifetime warranty, toll-free technical support and the exclusive EVP (Extended Voltage Protection) coverage.
With its ultra-fast performance, high quality and reliability, the OCZ PC2-6400 Gold GX XTC edition is a perfect memory upgrade for memory-hungry systems where performance is key but your budget is tight.
- 800MHz DDR2
- CL 5-5-5-15(CAS-TRCD-TRP-TRAS)
- Available in 1GB Modules and 2GB (2x1024) DualChannel Kits
- Gold Layered XTC Heatspreader*
- 1.8 Volts
- 240 Pin DIMM
- 1GB Module PN - OCZ2G8001G*
- 1GB (2x512) D/CKit PN - OCZ2G8001GK*
- 2GB (2x1024) D/C Kit PN -OCZ2G8002GK*
- 1.9V EVP**
PC Power Play Magazine (Australia)
“Running at 800MHz, OCZOCZ DDR2 Gold GX XTC Dual Channel memory will keep your load times low. If you really want to push the envelope then overclock it to 1066MHz for ultimate performance. In doubt, shell out for an extra 2GB.”
OverClock Intelligence Agency: System Building Guide
"For our memory requirements, we decided to go with OCZ's Gold PC6400 1GB kit. The kit takes advantage of the chipset's dual-channel capability, and the 1GB capacity keeps the cost down. OCZ makes great memory and the Gold line offers good speed and overclockability while keeping the price reasonable. PC6400 (DDR2 800Mhz) seems to offer the best cost vs. performance right now, as PC5300 is only a few bucks cheaper while PC8500 is easily 50% more"
PC Magazine (Greece)
"On the memory front, you could easily get by with 1GB of RAM these days. For most tasks in Windows XP, that's plenty. But there are a few games that benefit from extra memory, with more titles on the way. Heavy Photoshop users or video editors could use a bit more, too. We had a better reason for pushing this system to 2GB, though: Windows Vista. Vista will use RAM more efficiently than XP does, with its advanced prefetching algorithms. I found a good deal on a pair of OCZ 1GB sticks that offer pretty good latency for 800-MHz DDR2 RAM. This level of performance for $200 is too sweet a deal to pass up."
Reseller Advocate Magazine