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CES 2010: OCZ

So you sit down and  think to yourself e88 Z-Drive  produces 1500 MB/s write speeds… how is this possible? The reason is simple: you are using RAM, which is already fast but OCZ did not stop there. Each RAM stick is its own drive and there are 8 drive on a single card (16 with expansion) that are all raided together. Each drive is controlled by a x8 PCI MLC controller so you get the full bandwidth of a x8 PCIe slot. The limits were so astounding, that they exceeded the capacities of the benchmarks.

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A couple of other cool things that OCZ produced lies in the Power Supplies department. The Fatality modular PSU got an upgrade to 750 Watts and now features “slim” cables  for even better cable management and airflow inside the case.   Their non-modular power supply Silencer Mk II will come in 500, 650, 750, and 950 Watt capacities and is said to deliver great performance while being mindful of the noise levels.

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