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OCZ Special Ops PC3-10666 2x2GB  - OCZ Special Ops PC3-10666 2x2GB
Sat, December 27 2008 | 6:31AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Oh, what a difference two years make. When we reviewed the OCZ Special Ops Urban Elite PC2-6400 2x1GB in December 2006, DDR2 was just gaining momentum, costs as much as performance DDR3 costs now, and the revolutionary first wave of Core 2 Duos 6-series for desktops and 7-series for mobile were still fresh in the hands of die-hard enthusiasts. I was lucky enough to be an owner of a then-amazing Core 2 Duo T7400 based laptop, and a significantly overclocked E6300, in which I still have to this day. In those days, I was enjoying a relatively care-free life in high school, compared to my current uber intense engineering schedule. It's kind of funny how I'm still the Editor-in-Chief at APH Network despite all this -- I guess this provides me with some sort of relief and entertainment. Heck, I lived in another city towards the end of 2006. Do I miss the days? To be honest, I sort of do. As I run the last stretch and my university first term pulls to an end with less than two weeks before finals, and daily prayers of, "Dear God, I need a miracle", and piling up tons of review products before I actually write about them, here's one that separates itself from the rest: the OCZ Special Ops PC3-10666 2x2GB. While the OCZ Special Ops is a pair of value gaming DDR3 RAM, being 'value-oriented' does not mean it has to 'look' value-oriented. With a cool looking heatsink following the tradition of the original, comes with OCZ's excellent warranty program, and a retail price of approximately $130 USD for 2x2GB at press time, it's definitely something would not miss your search. Let's pop open the package and see how the OCZ Special Ops PC3-10666 2x2GB dual channel kit steps up.
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