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Computex 2009

OCZ introduces new RAM cooler and Ion DIY netbook

COZ revises the active XTC memory cooler and presents an Ion based do-it-yourself netbook at the Computex.
OCZ at the Computex 2009 (2)
 
OCZ at the Computex 2009 (2) [Source: view picture gallery]
The XTC Cooler 2 is now looking much elegant than the first edition since it is made of black, brushed aluminum and equipped with two 60 millimeter fans. Those are lighted by blue LEDs and can be set to two speeds. In order to make the cooler compatible to RAM modules that are not from OCZ the fastening system and the position of the fans have been adjusted. This way even memory modules with high headspreaders can be used with the COZ cooler.

OCZ at the Computex 2009 (7)
 
OCZ at the Computex 2009 (7) [Source: view picture gallery]
Another new product introduced at the Computex is an Ion based netbook that comes without RAM or storage memory. The customer can buy the components most suitable for one's own purposes and install them at home. Furthermore OCZ introduces new DDR3-2133 memory with timings of 8-9-8 and a SSD with a capacity of 1 terabyte. But unfortunately the price for the latter one is as huge as the available storage: the SSD is supposed to cost 2,000 Euros.



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Author: Oliver Pusse (Jun 05, 2009)






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