Kingston's new HyperX looks a little different
Subject: Memory | January 21, 2011 - 02:56 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The new Special Edition Grey DIMMs sport a new heatspreader with a new colour scheme, along with fast new chips. They are 4GB of XMP rated RAM running a zippy 2133
MHz @ 9-11-9-27 timings. At such a high speed they are not cheap, and will set you back significantly more than a 1600MHz kit but if you are looking for a great overclock on an unlocked SandyBridge CPU then this kit might be just what you need. Legit Reviews has a full review of the kit here.
"The Kingston HyperX Genesis 2133MHz kit "suits up" in special edition grey and cranks up the memory
speed. The Core i7 2600K is already a stellar processor when running 1333MHz memory, but when you turn
up the clock speed it's clear that Sandy Bridge has room to grow in performance from increasing the
memory speed also. Backed by a lifetime warranty and the biggest name in the memory business, this
great looking kit of memory from Kingston Technology should be on the short list of anyone wanting to
wring every last bit of performance from their new Intel Sandy Bridge CPU..."
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