If you can pay for the best then check out Kingston's 2400MHz kit
Subject: Memory | May 31, 2010 - 02:47 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
If you have a socket 1156 processor that is looking for some of the fastest dual channel RAM on the planet then check out the Kingston HyperX PC3-19200 (2400MHz @ 9-11-9-27) 4GB kit. The price is unknown to Tweaktown, but at 2.4GHz and with an active cooling solution you know it will not be cheap. You don't have to consider that speed a solid ceiling, Tweaktown hit 2490MHz easily, with a bit more tweaking and a BIOS update or two you could probably top that. Read the full review to see where the extra speed really helps out.
"The HyperX name is getting stronger and stronger as the months go on. We see the company
hit us with more aggressive modules on a constant basis these days. The best thing, though,
is that when we hit that clock speed, we've been able to get even more out of the kit.
Today we're dealing with a PC3-19200 (2400MHz) kit. That's some serious juice and you have
to wonder once we hit that number, are we going to be able to get much further? - There's
ultimately only one way to find out. Before we go looking at the overclocking potential and
its performance, we'll first have a closer look at the package and the modules themselves."
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