<P>At the end of 2003 Corsair launched their first PC3200-modules with a density of 1 GB and now it's time for OCZ to follow the trend. The wellknown memorymanufacturer has recently launched 1 GB unbuffered PC3200-modules in both single and dualpack-version. The new modules are specifide for DDR400-speeds and&nbsp;that with 3-3-3-7-timings. These are no ”low latancy”-modules which had become rather pricy at this kind of density. But the timings are in fact lower then we saw on Corsair's introduktionmodels, CMX1024-3200,&nbsp;which&nbsp;had&nbsp;3-4-4-8. </P>
<P>OCZ's 1 GB PC3200-modules will be able to handle the specifide speeds at 2.6v and is equipped with the, for OCZ, usual copperheatspreader. This is&nbsp;for cooling the chips&nbsp;at high workload and increase stability. </P>
<P>OCZ announces that the modules in a near future will be shipped out to stores and retailers. How much they will cost is still a big questionmark though. </P>
<P>Read more about OCZ's&nbsp;new&nbsp;modules http//www.ocztechnology.com/products/memory/OCZ_DDR_PC-3200_2GB_Dual_Channel_Kithere</A>.</P>