It is hard to believe that DDR2 has been out for over four years now, and with the introduction of DDR3 within the last six months, it would seem that DDR2 is starting to become passé. However, with the high cost of DDR3 and the lack of available DDR3 platforms for AMD, DDR2 still has plenty of life left.
OCZ aims to show us what capabilities DDR2 can still present to us with their new Titanium sticks, the CL3 edition. So what makes this set of DDR2-800 special? How does CAS 3 sound?