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Newly released, I bet these are gonna costs like $800!!

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Tested and qualified to reach DDR3-1800 with ample overclocking capability and aggressive latencies, the OCZ PC3-14400 Platinum Edition is a true milestone. At 1800MHz, the OCZ PC3-14400 modules are rated to run CL8-8-8. OCZ Platinum DDR3-1800 modules will be available in 1GB modules and 2GB (2x1024MB) dual channel kits.

http://www.ocztechnology.com/product...atinum_edition

Uses 1.9V (+0.4V for DDR3)
 

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How is CAS8 agressive, even for DDR3? I figured that would be a bit on the tight side but nothing special. Apparently DDR3 timings are going to be in double digit latencies all the way through for standard DIMMs?
 

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DDR3 doesn't run very stable at more than 2.0V ( correct me if i am wrong ) since it has nominal voltage of 1.5V.
 

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im sorry but that is a ton of voltage for ddr3. that is similar to like 2.3 on ddr2
 

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My bet: $650+ for 2 Gigs.
 

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Most clock speeds for DDR3 above 1333 will likely require overvolting. Just like DDR2 above 800mhz. Manufaturing quality becomes more important as the speeds go up. I will most likely get a second set of DDR3 once they hit 2Ghz.
 

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DDR3 doesn't run very stable at more than 2.0V ( correct me if i am wrong ) since it has nominal voltage of 1.5V.

my ocz runs at 2.1
 
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