Next up I took a look at their memory products. As mentioned earlier, in the week and a half since CES 2011, they announced that they are going to phase out of the memory market, so we aren't sure exactly what we will see from them in terms of what I saw. They had three levels of memory and then a specially branded Fatal1ty set of memory to be pared with an ASRock Fatal1ty board. They looked cool and I hope to see them on the market or get a chance to benchmark. We recently tested some of their new Platinum XTE series. However I am really curious as to whether memory made for a specific board really works better or if that is just marketing hype.
Last but certainly not least was their power supply lineup. They have three product lines: the PC Power and Cooling Models, the ZX Series, and the ZS series. The PC Power and Cooling is aimed at North American consumers looking to do high-end builds. They had two versions on display, 760w and 910w, which are both 80+ silver certified. The ZS series is their budget model, rated at 600w and 700w and are 80+ bronze certified. Finally we have the shiniest ones of the bunch – the ZX series. Available in 850w, 1000w, and 1250w, these are 80+ gold certified and look great. The amount of reliable juice it can deliver is more important of course, and these certainly seem to fit the bill.
This concludes the highlights from OCZ Technology. I would like to thank OCZ for taking the time to walk me through their product line and answer the questions that I had.