Thursday, November 17th 2011

Kingston Technology Launches New HyperX Genesis Kits for Quad-Channel Memory

Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced a range of HyperX Genesis memory in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB kits to support the new Intel Sandy Bridge-E X79 quad-channel processors and X79 Express-based motherboards. Kingston HyperX Genesis is the perfect solution for enthusiasts who require 4x raw performance increases afforded by quad channel over single channel solutions.

For extreme users who require both the fastest memory and largest capacity, Kingston's 2400MHz and 2133MHz will soon be available in both 8 GB and 16 GB kits of four modules. Other HyperX Genesis memory for X79 systems include 1866 MHz and 1600 MHz frequencies in kits of four and eight, with capacities ranging from 8GB to 32GB. All of Kingston's HyperX kits have achieved Intel XMP certification and are compatible with the latest X79 motherboards from vendors such as ASUS, GIGABYTE, MSI and ASRock.

"Our latest HyperX offerings are specifically made to maximize performance in Intel's new Core i7-3960X or 3930K processors with quad-channel memory support," said Mark Tekunoff, senior technology manager, Kingston. "HyperX Genesis for the X79 platform will scale new overclocking heights for extreme gamers, benchmarkers, content creators and enthusiasts."
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8 Comments on Kingston Technology Launches New HyperX Genesis Kits for Quad-Channel Memory

#2
Trackr
32GB 1600Mhz for 220$.. not bad.

Of course, I'll wait to see what G.SKill can come up with.

Btw, 32GB 2133Mhz costs 3x more than 1600Mhz..

That's crazy, considering that there is no difference in games above 1600Mhz.

(And yes, I'm aware that there's more to X79 than playing games)
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#3
D4S4
holy 8-kit! :twitch:
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#4
hhumas
At last Kingston did it .
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#5
NdMk2o1o
Who uses Kingston RAM nowadays? their HyperX DDR2 kits were popular back in the day though seems to me they have fallen way down the pecking order when it comes to RAM
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#6
shb-
Those sheets looks wrong - look at the voltages. 1333 MT/s @ 1.65V - jeezaz.
It is also disappointing that there is no 1600 MT/s modules @ 1.5V.
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#7
Sihastru
by: NdMk2o1o
Who uses Kingston RAM nowadays? their HyperX DDR2 kits were popular back in the day though seems to me they have fallen way down the pecking order when it comes to RAM
I do. And more then half of the servers on the planet.
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#8
1c3d0g
Micron/Crucial is where all the action takes place.
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