OCZ announces EPP memory

Written by Wil Harris

May 24, 2006 | 11:22

Tags: #epp #nforce

Companies: #nvidia #ocz

OCZ has announced that it is releasing a new range of DDR2 memory modules with Enhanced Performance Profiles.

The EPP on the new sticks will be compatible with new nForce 590 motherboards from all the usual partners. OCZ now joins Corsair in having announced compatibility with NVIDIA's standard for 'SLI Memory'.

"The extra performance unleashed by mutual optimization of the memory and the mainboard's BIOS is a big leap away from the one-size-fits-all doctrine of stiff industry standards towards a custom interaction between the system and the memory," said Dr. Michael Schuette, VP of Technology Development at OCZ.

You can find out more about EPP in our nForce 5 coverage. We'll be bringing you comprehensive testing of the memory, and the nForce 5 platform, later this week.

Will you be picking up some new memory to go with an AM2 purchase? Let us know your thoughts over in the forums.
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