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Old May 9, 2007, 01:31 PM
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Back in the day when EPP was launched, it was an initiative for NVIDIA to push enthusiasts towards platforms that use their products. SLI-Ready memory is just specific modules they "approve", not just because of EPP, but because of their design, hence why OCZ has black heatspreaders on their SLI-Ready modules.

There are absolutely no differences in the chips... I've been told this directly by two different memory companies.
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