Tuesday, March 3rd 2009

Kingston Out With HyperX 2 GB Netbook Memory

Kingston Memory released a 2 GB DDR2 HyperX SO-DIMM compatible with netbooks, MIDs and ULPCs supporting SO-DIMMs. The most peculiar part about this module is that it is PC2-4300 (DDR2-533 MHz) compliant. Kingston brandishes the DRAM timings of this module that puts in in the low-latency segment in today's scenario: 3-3-3-8. Kingston notes that the module is programmed in a way that lets any netbook or MID to automatically run at the modules tight DRAM timings. The module is backed by a lifetime warranty, it is priced at US $35.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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8 Comments on Kingston Out With HyperX 2 GB Netbook Memory

#1
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
thats not half bad price and speed/lats
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#2
Baum
but does any current bios support 2gb so dimm in one slot?
then i will add 8GB to my laptop and use 6GB as Ram drive
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#3
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: Baum
but does any current bios support 2gb so dimm in one slot?
then i will add 8GB to my laptop and use 6GB as Ram drive
it does on most netbooks you can do 1+1GB in dual channel or 2GB in a single slot
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#4
Urbklr
To bad some netbooks have one DIMM soldered on:(. The 945 chipset only supports 2GB of ram, so you can't use 2GB modules with those netbooks.
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#5
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: Urbklr
To bad some netbooks have one DIMM soldered on:(. The 945 chipset only supports 2GB of ram, so you can't use 2GB modules.
i have a 2GB stick in my atom pc right now
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#6
Urbklr
I meant on netbooks with a soldered on DIMM.
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#7
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
correct those wont work the only netbooks with a soldered dimm are the ones that suck anyway lol
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