Triple play from Kingston at CES

Subject: Memory | January 7, 2008 - 12:48 PM |

Kingston is first to
produce a DDR2 1066MHz quad-kit configuration with
our HyperX high-performance memory. Using four
1GB modules, specifically designed to work together,
the innovative kit offers gamers and enthusiasts a
powerful 4GB environment at a great price point:
$192 (MSRP).


Kingston is proud to announce that two of our HyperX
DDR3 memory modules have been certified under the
Intel Extreme Memory Profile (Intel XMP) validation
program to offer PC builders and gaming enthusiasts
greater memory advantages and tuning flexibility when
constructing high-performance systems using select
Intel X38-series chipsets. Our low-latency 1625MHz
DDR3 and 1375MHz DDR3 HyperX memory offer the
perfect memory complement to pack power and
flexibility in ultimate system building of Intel
Core2 Extreme-based PCs.

Third in our CES series of announcements is the
DataTraveler HyperX USB flash drive. Named for
Kingston's high-performance HyperX memory brand,
the DT HyperX has ultra-fast data transfer rates
(up to 30MB/sec. read and 20MB/sec. write) offering
consumers a powerful, portable Flash storage solution.
Designed to run on any Windows platform but enhanced
specifically for Windows Vista and ReadyBoost, the
DT HyperX is available in capacities up to 8GB.

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