• OCZ announces Onyx 2 SSDs

    OCZ just announced their latest SSD drive, the Onyx 2. The Onyx 2 is a 2.5 inch drive rated at a 270MBps read speed, and a 265MBps write speed. The new drives are available in either 120GB or 250GB, and rated at 1.5 million hours between failures. No word on when the new drives will be available, or how much they are going to cost. Read More

  • OCZ Enzo USB 3.0 SSD drive: Whoa, Nelly

    Do you need 256GB of hard core storage running at 150MBps? I know you do. The OCZ Enzo, which is apparently only in render stage, looks like the monster that ate Cleaveland and should cost considerably more than you’re currently willing to pay. But still, 260MBps for the USB 3.0 is wild. Read More

  • OCZ now offering 4GB DDR3 DIMMs

    The world of memory timings, latency, and voltage is a strange one, but usually you can count on the fact that more RAM is better. OCZ, purveyor of fine system components (and super cheap ones), wants you to know that you can have as much DDR3 as you like — no more stacking up DIMMs up in your measly four slots for a paltry total of 8GB. No, they have doubled the capacity to 4GB/DIMM… Read More

  • OCZ outs its 4th-gen PCI-Express SSD, the Z-Drive R2

    OCZ just rolled out the deets about its latest PCI-Express-powered SSD and man is it impressive. Forgot about that WD Velociraptor SATA 3.0 drive announced a few minutes ago, the new Z-Drive RS leaves that one back in the Jurassic Period. Read More

  • OCZ Colossus finally hits retailers

    Get your wallet ready; OCZ’s Colossus line has finally hit the shelves. We were expecting them back in August, but it seems that there must have been some difficulties. Read More

  • OCZ's 1TB SSD Colossus due out this month for ~$2500

    Introduced at Computex in June, the aptly named Colossus 1TB SSD from OCZ is expected to hit store shelves later this month, says Gizmag. The 14.1-ounce 3.5-inch drive claims to have a read speed of 250MB/s and write speeds up to 220MB/s via SATA2. The RAID 0 compliant drive will supposedly hit store shelves later this month for ~$2500. Read More

  • OCZ's new gaming mice should be called Lennie and George

    OCZ, more well-known for its RAM and hard drives, has been making a push into the peripheral sector lately, and these mice are the latest product of that. They’re called the Behemoth and the Eclipse; I’ll let you guess which is which. Read More

  • OCZ jumps into the netbook game with the Neutrino

    OEM hardware makers have been making a consumer-oriented push in the last year, not least of which being OCZ, which has put out an interesting DIY computer line designed for hardware tweakers. The latest edition to the line is the Neutrino, essentially a netbook but designed like their other DIY lines: expandable and customizable. The basic setup isn’t going to be any different from… Read More

  • OCZ finds a use for your ExpressCard slot

    OCZ has announced the Slate Series ExpressCard storage solution to be sold in the sizes of 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB. These are for notebooks featuring an ExpressCard slot, but they also feature a mini-USB port for an additional connection (a mini USB cable is included). The ExpressCard is designed for the notebook user who likes the idea of always having backup without carrying a USB drive or… Read More

  • OCZ adds eSATA in Throttle flash drives for quicker pr0n transfers

    USB 2.0 was great a few years ago when flash drives were measured in megabytes but now that they are reaching double-digit gigabytes, the interface can be a tad slow. OCZ understands that and hooked its latest flash drive up with eSATA for the main interface. Thanks to eSATA, the Throttle can read at 90MB per second and write at 30MB. That speed is fast enough to playback HD material, according… Read More

  • OCZ's NIA brain-computer interface gets reviewed

    Hot Hardware has had their little hands on one of OCZ’s “Neural Impulse Actuator” doodads for a while and they’ve decided to drop a surprisingly positive review on us. Words cannot describe how skeptical I am of the concept, having studied neuroimaging a bit, but behind the highfalutin nonsense in which the NIA is wrapped, there is a limited capacity for coolness that… Read More

  • OCZ launches Alchemy line with Elixir gaming keyboard

    OCZ continues their expansion into the peripheral market by introducing a budget minded gaming keyboard (unlike these). Highlighting the keyboard are features such as 10 tri-mode programmable macro keys, mode selection, and a pop-up menu shortcut. The ergonomically minded keyboard features rubber-coated keys for easy gripping, and the whole package is wrapped around a $30.00 price tag. Dubbed… Read More

  • OCZ offers DIY gaming notebooks, some assembly required

    If you’re feeling brave, and have a little experience putting parts in your desktop, this might be a cool (and expensive) little project for you. OCZ is offering kits to put together your own high-performance laptop, with plenty of configuration options for those who love to tweak. At the moment I don’t see any prominent pricing information, but they say that that putting it… Read More

  • OCZ putting Samsung 64GB SSDs on retail shelves

    Keep it on the down low, but it looks like OCZ has is using Samsung as a source for its 32GB and 64GB SATA II drives. I guess that’s not really that much of a shock. But it’s good news, because OCZ will actually be making these things available naked to consumers, as opposed to Samsung, which has most of its drives locked up in notebooks and such. So if you’re an early… Read More

  • OCZ Neural Impulse Actuator Does What Your Noggin Wants

    Here’s an interesting product from OCZ that seemed to be overlooked at CeBIT and I’m extremely surprised to say the least. For one thing the eye candy alone should have had extensive coverage. It sounds to be a lot like Emotiv’s Epoc project regarding sensory gaming. In a nutshell, the OCZ Neural Impulse Actuator carries out specific commands that your noggin wants to do… Read More

  • OCZ Releases Water-Cooled RAM

    Heatsinks and spreaders are things of the past; OCZ has released memory modules with water-cooling. The core design element of OCZ’s Flex XLC Edition memory modules is the option of water-cooling. The water-cooled DDR2 PC2-6400 CL 3 FlexXLC Edition 2GB memory kits are geared towards maximum efficiency at lower speeds. These 800MHz modules run at CAS 3-4-4 automatically if your motherboard… Read More

  • The (OCZ) Reaper Is Upon Us

    Fear the Reaper? Normally yes, but not the Reaper from OCZ. The PC2-8500 Reaper HPC has been unleashed and gamers should rejoice. The hoity-toity high performance gaming RAM are clocked at 1066MHz, runs at CL 5-5-5, and comes in 2GB dual channel kits. The Reaper features a new heat sink that dissipates heat via two copper pipes that feed into a compact aluminum fin array. The Reaper also boasts… Read More

  • OCZ Roadster

    OCZ Technology has announced a tiny USB jump drive called the OCZ Roadster. It will be available with a 1GB capacity. As you can see, it functions with a folding mechanism and has an eyelet for a lanyard or keychain. No word on pricing or availablity, but expect it soon. Roadster super small USB flash drive [uber gizmo] Read More