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Mon Jun 09, 2008 9:29 am Reply and quote this post
A 3GB memory kit. On top of that was the usual unusualassortment of memory and toys.
Nova already showed you theFatalityRAM, but there are several other new lines as well. The first is calledFortress, and it is a knockoff of the Corsair Survivor line. It was only shownin prototype form, but the similarity was pretty clear. Look for it in 4-32Gcapacities in the near future.

Prototype Fortress stick
They also had two other new lines, the Spyder, a variant on the small stickidea that is currently in vogue, and Diesel, a low cost part. Diesel looks verysimilar to the standard OCZ memory stick that has been around for a long time,just a bit thicker.
Next up was the ModXstream Pro PSU. This new one comes in 500, 600 and 700Wcapacities and the new part of it is the efficiency rating, 80+. It is good tosee most PSUs, even the more mainstream wattages, moving to higher efficiencies.

OCZ 3GB memory kit
The next one is something that made me scratch my head enough for it tobleed, a 3GB memory kit. OCZ has them in DIMMs and SO-DIMMs for the 32-bit OSupgrade market. Windows has a broken memory model, and can't see more than 3GB(technically a hair more), so OCZ is filling that niche. No more RMAs with "1GBdoesn't work" on it, now you simply don't get that 1GB. It will be interestingto see how it works in the market, but we want to see a bundle with a three-corePhenom and three ATI GPUs just to play with people's heads.

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