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'OCZ' and 'overclocking' are synonymous terms in the overclocking community. Even non-overclocking hardware enthusiasts trust OCZ products because they are simply superb. OCZ also provides great customer service and product warranty. Other memory manufacturers also provide lifetime warranties, but there is no other company that can duplicate OCZ's level of service. If you ever have a problem with compatibility or stability, there is always an OCZ representative online ready to help through a simple instant message. What more could you ask for?
OCZ's line of memory has always been named after metals; Copper for the value performance line, Gold for the gamers, and Platinum for the overclocking enthusiasts. OCZ now introduces a new line of memory; the Titanium. The OCZ Titanium is geared towards high-end mission critical systems and servers. The release of the Titanium memory is certainly a new step for OCZ. For once, the memory isn't focused on overclocking! I'm sure it will allow some mild headroom, but the main focus of the Titanium is to ensure 100% reliability and stability in a system. It's always good for a company to take a new approach and open up segments for potential future customers, but can OCZ handle the extreme demands of high quality memory? From the looks of their warranty support, they seem to have at least one area covered very well.