Monday, November 12th 2012

Kingston Releases HyperX Beast Enthusiast PC Memory

Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced HyperX Beast, the latest addition to the HyperX product line. It matches high performance with the largest available capacities and is XMP ready. With its eye-catching aggressive heatspreader design, HyperX Beast is aimed at hardcore gamers, PC modders, content creators and overclockers who want high-performing hardware in an innovative design.

HyperX Beast is part of the Predator family, the premiere memory line offered by Kingston for power users. HyperX Beast features kits up to 2400MHz for faster processing times in applications requiring maximum performance, and is available in capacities from 8GB-64GB. The new heatspreader color and design adds diversity and character to the current HyperX memory offerings. It is designed to work with third-generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors as well as the latest AMD A-Series processors. For added benefit, HyperX Beast is Intel XMP ready so users can easily achieve the best performance optimization by simply selecting a speed profile, hand-tuned by Kingston engineers.

"We use the best performance-yielding components to build memory that is capable of achieving high speeds" said Ann Keefe, Regional Director UK and Ireland, Kingston "The name Beast speaks for itself. The modules exemplify high-performance memory with the highest capacities available on the market today and an awesome design that will look great in your system."

HyperX Beast memory is backed by a lifetime warranty and free live technical support. For more information visit this page.

Kingston HyperX Beast Specifications:
  • Capacity: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB in kits of two, four and eight
  • Frequency (speed):1600MHZ-2400MHz
  • CAS Latency: CL9, CL10, CL11
  • Voltage: 1.5v -1.65v operating voltage enables stable overclocking
  • XMP Ready: Higher-performing frequencies, timings and voltage are attainable by simply enabling Intel's Extreme Memory Profile.
  • Compatible: Designed to work in P55, H67, P67, Z68, H61 (AG), X79 and Z77 Intel chipsets; as well as A75, A87, A88, A89, A78, and E35 (Fusion) AMD chipsets
  • Reliable: 100-percent tested
  • Guaranteed: Lifetime warranty, free technical support
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15 Comments on Kingston Releases HyperX Beast Enthusiast PC Memory

#1
Sasqui
Everything higher than 1866 is rated at CL11... doesn't seem like anything special.
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#2
hellrazor
Wait, do they have 64GB on one stick, or am I seriously confused about why they don't have a "this size per stick" somewhere?
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#3
Maban
There is nothing beast about any of those.
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#4
Fourstaff
by: Maban
There is nothing beast about any of those.
Other than the name of course :D

Their specs looks pretty average, until you notice the oversized heatspreaders which has a potential in intefering with big heatsinks.
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#5
VulkanBros
And the heatspreader looks like RipJaws......

But Kingston tend to make them very reliable...but yea specs nothing special......
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#6
badtaylorx
enough with the ufckin green already....black HS+black PCB= $$$green$$$
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#7
drdeathx
by: badtaylorx
enough with the ufckin green already....black HS+black PCB= $$$green$$$
Cannot see PCB when modules are installed.:slap:
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#11
3870x2
by: hellrazor
Wait, do they have 64GB on one stick, or am I seriously confused about why they don't have a "this size per stick" somewhere?
That would be an 8x kit of 8GB. 4 or 8GB per stick.
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#12
Prima.Vera
CL11 ???? You f. kidding me? How about the voltage??
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#13
NeoXF
No black PCB, fuck off.
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#14
drdeathx
by: NeoXF
No black PCB, fuck off.
LOL, you don't see the PCP when they are installed.:nutkick:
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#15
UbErN00b
My 3 year old Gskill 1600mhz can run at 2000mhz, I see no need to buy RAM these days unless your running older tech (DDR2) or low capacity, something needs to change as the difference between 2000mhz RAM and 2600mhz+ is minimal at best :rolleyes:
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