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  1. OCZ Blade DDR2 4GB review

    OCZ Blade DDR2 4GB review

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    Big chunky heatsinks keep this DDR2 kit cool when overclocked

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    OCZ Reaper-X DDR2-800MHz review

    OCZ Reaper-X DDR2-800MHz review

    9  

    OCZ's Reaper-X is designed to draw heat directly from the memory chips, rather than just around them. Instead of active fans, though, this relies on a ferocious looking radiator.

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    OCZ Reaper HPC PC2 8500 review

    OCZ Reaper HPC PC2 8500 review

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    Memory maestro OCZ is just going from strength to strength at the moment. Not only is the company consistently producing excellent products, but those products are very fairly priced, undercutting high-end competitors by a hefty margin

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    OCZ Titanium Alpha VX2 review

    OCZ Titanium Alpha VX2 review

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    The shiny, colour-changing heatsink is just one reason to like OCZ's Titanium Alpha. The second is a lifetime guarantee for the sticks run at 4-4-4-15 at 1,000MHz - only Corsair's Dominator can challenge these sticks for high speeds and low latencies

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    OCZ Spec Ops PC2-6400 review

    OCZ Spec Ops PC2-6400 review

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    How embarrassing. We looked at the sub-£100, 1GB Spec Ops kit from OCZ as an experiment in how essential 2GB of RAM really is. We really didn't think it would do too well against its 2GB rivals

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    OCZ Flex XLC PC2-9200 review

    OCZ Flex XLC PC2-9200 review

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    At first glance it might look a bit like OCZ's new range of performance memory has been inspired by Corsair's Dominator, but if you were to pry apart those big metal fins, you'd find a very different story inside

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    OCZ PC2-8000 Titanum Alpha review

    OCZ PC2-8000 Titanum Alpha review

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    Before you set out to develop your mad overclocking skillz, ask yourself what it is you're trying to achieve. Do you intend to make an older PC fast enough to keep up with the Oblivion-playing-Joneses, or are you a performance junkie?

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