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Kingston Readies New Design HyperX T1 Ultra-High Performance DDR3 Memory Modules

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  1. btarunr

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    Kingston showed off its wares to the media, which included one product in particular that garnered some interest, the new HyperX T1 modules. Designed keeping in mind today's congested high-end motherboards, the HyperX T1 modules feature compound aluminum heatsinks that are designed in away that doesn't make the modules thicker, but taller. These modules are twice as tall as usual kits such as the HyperX Genesis. Their PCBs, too, are taller, and probably have an exposed copper layer for heat-transfer, à la Corsair Dominator. The heatsink branches out into fins at the top, for passive heat transfer to surrounding air. These modules will probably comply with new XMP 1.3 specifications, and offer out-of-the-box DRAM speeds in the range of DDR3-2133 to DDR3-2600, with quite some OC headroom to spare.

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    Kingston is the shit !!! I got to say ever since I have gotten the HyperX stuff ( DDR2 to boot ) It has never let me down Just awesome stuff ! Kingston FTW !
     
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    yeah, I have the previous T1 rams and they overclocked like crazy during crazy auto overcloking sessions with Asus AI, and of course were rockstable.

    For me personally overkill, but for a serious benchmark junkie a great option.
     
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    Well, those benchmark junkies already got this stuff, which is by the way 3 time shorter and can be placed under every humongous CPU heatsink
     
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    The only thing super tall heatspreaders do is limit CPU cooling options.
     
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    +1. I have their low profile 2 x 2GB DDR2 800 sticks and they clock like mad and damn stable even on low end so so board. Crucial Ballistix crapped out.
     
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