Είναι η πιο γρήγορη 2 x 2GB DDR2 μνήμη που έχω δοκιμάσει. Την έχω τρέξει στα 1230 ΜΗz με χρονισμό 5-5-5-18 στα 2.10V και είναι απόλυτη σταθερή στο Memtest86+ 2.11 Υπάρχει η δυνατότητα υδρόψυξης ώστε να ελαττωθεί η θεμοκρασία τους και να τρέξουν με καλύτερο χρονισμό. Είναι δυσεύρετη μνήμη και δεν μπορεί να αγοραστεί στο εμπόριο. Μπορείτε να δείτε τις υπόλοιπες ενεργές δημοπρασίες μου εδώ Καλή επιτυχία.
- 1150MHz DDR2
- CL 5-5-5-18
- Available in 4GB (2x2048) Dual Channel Kits
- OCZ Lifetime Warranty
- 2.1 Volts
- 240 Pin DIMM
- 2 x 1/8" ID (inner diameter) barbs
- Flex II XLC Heatsink
- 2.15 EVP
OCZ DDR2 PC2-9200 / 1150 MHz / Flex II XLC / 4GB Dual Channel
The Flex II memory series is designed for blazing speeds demanded by enthusiasts. These premium modules run at incredibly fast DDR2-1150 speeds for high-performance systems with integrated water-cooling. Designed to the very core to offer enthusiasts the thermal management innovation of hybrid water and passive cooling, the new PC2-9200 Flex II Series offers rock-solid stability and performance for your high-end gaming or overclocking system.
The OCZ Flex II heat management solution enables high-frequency memory to operate within an optimal balance of extreme speeds and low latencies without the high temperatures that inhibit or damage the module. Each PC2-9200 Flex II memory module features this breakthrough thermal management technology from OCZ. Combining an effective new heatspreader design with integrated liquid injection system and dedicated channels directly over the module's ICs, Flex II effectively dissipates heat produced by high-speed memory. This sophisticated series was engineered with a unique "flexible" design to give enthusiasts the option to run the modules passively or water cooled via the thick array of aluminum fins, and the concurrent use of both options promotes maximum heat dissipation.
The PC2-9200 Flex II modules are optimized for the latest cutting edge platforms and will be available in high-capacity 4GB (2x2048MB) dual channel kits. In its continued effort to make overclocking a user-friendly pastime, OCZ includes all the necessary accessories right in the box to setup your unique water-cooling system immediately after purchase, without the inconvenience of searching for additional hardware.
OCZ's package presentation is of the finest quality I've seen yet for a system memory kit. The retail box is quite contemporary, opening up much like most PC Game boxes, to finely display each module and a schematic explaining OCZ's "Xtreme Liquid Convection" technology.
Once removed from the box, the inner container holds each module, the watercooling accessories, and instruction manual. I was mildly surprised to find that OCZ did not advertise the accessories on the package itself in any way. They are, however, mentioned on the OCZ website.
Quite generously, OCZ includes all accessories a watercooler needs to get these modules under water. Included are two adapters that feature a four-way split to route the water to all four faces of RAM (two for each module). The adapter's other end holds either of the included 1/2" or 3/8" barbs included with the kit, depending on the user's setup.
A Closer Look
With the modules installed, they certainly have a demanding presence. Take special note that with the memory socket layout of the ASUS Maximus
|CPU:||Intel Core 2 Quad Q6700 G0 Stepping|
|Motherboard:||ASUSRampage Formula X38|
|Video Card:||eVGA 8800 GTS (G92) 512MB Core: 670 MHz Memory: 972MHz|
|Harddisk:||3 x 320 GB Seagate 7200.10 in RAID 0 Array|
|Power Supply:||Corsair HX1000W|
|Software:||Windows Vista 64-Bit, 177.83 Forceware|
CPU-Z was used to check the SPD of the modules. The Part Number reported matches that of the sticker on the heatspreaders which indicates an 1150 MHz rating. OCZ has programmed the memory to 800 MHz at CL5 and 1.8V so that they will boot in any system right away. The advertised settings can then be applied once you enter the BIOS of the system.
The performance of the kit was tested with separate tests in order to give a well rounded idea of the real world performance buyers can expect. The tests were performed at a range of clock frequencies at each CL: 3, 4 and 5. To test the overclock ability of the kit at each CL, voltages from 1.8V all the way up to 2.4V were employed in order to indicate the required voltage a user can expect to achieve such frequencies.
The results are summarized in the following table and graphs.
|OCZ DDR2 PC2-9200 Flex II 4GB|
|10 x 368 2:3||552 MHz||5-5-5-15 1.8V||8997 MB/s||6678 MB/s||53.1 ns||930.5 fps||57898||14.50 s|
|10 x 393 2:3||590 MHz||5-5-5-15 2.0V||9615 MB/s||7086 MB/s||52.9 ns||962.4 fps||58102||14.39 s|
|10 x 404 2:3||606 MHz||5-5-5-15 2.1V||9701 MB/s||7259 MB/s||46.1 ns||1125.0 fps||62891||12.51 s|
|10 x 407 2:3||611 MHz||5-5-5-15 2.4V||9782 MB/s||7270 MB/s||45.6 ns||1165.3 fps||62932||12.46 s|
|10 x 288 2:3||432 MHz||4-4-4-12 1.8V||7287 MB/s||5439 MB/s||58.7 ns||761.6 fps||45681||18.87 s|
|10 x 304 2:3||457 MHz||4-4-4-12 2.1V||7643 MB/s||5421 MB/s||62.0 ns||788.4 fps||47393||18.24 s|
|10 x 308 2:3||462 MHz||4-4-4-12 2.4V||7709 MB/s||5502 MB/s||60.2 ns||805.9 fps||49861||18.00 s|
|10 x 199 2:3||299 MHz||3-3-3-6 1.8V||5557 MB/s||4598 MB/s||88.2 ns||600.2 fps||36613||26.04 s|
|10 x 260 2:3||385 MHz||3-3-3-6 2.1V||7043 MB/s||5861 MB/s||64.4 ns||782.9 fps||47174||17.99 s|
|10 x 268 2:3||402 MHz||3-3-3-6 2.4V||7295 MB/s||5984 MB/s||65.9 ns||798.2 fps||48744||17.02 s|
While the Flex II kit appears to scale linearly with supplied voltage up to its rated 2.1V, any higher voltage does not seem to help in increasing the maximum overclock of the kit significantly. I should finally note that, while these results are a good indication of expected performance, no two kits will perform identically and that these results are not guaranteed.
Value and Conclusion
|9.0||OCZ has outdone themselves with the PC2-9200 Flex II 4GB kit. From a great retail presentation to an excellent accessory selection, to great cooling and performance. While the issue of the sheer size of these modules heatspreaders is of concern due to blocking the remaining memory sockets on most if not all motherboard layouts, it should only be a serious problem for those users with a motherboard layout that places the dual channel memory sockets directly next to each other rather than staggered.
While the kit can indeed run over 1100 MHz at CL5 with just 1.8V and over 1200 MHz with 2.4V, this also seems to show that the kit has been binned nearly to its limit with just 61MHz of overclocking headroom.