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Kingston Releases 4GB, Low-Latency DDR2-800 HyperX Memory Kits

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  1. malware New Member

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    Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced that its low-latency HyperX memory modules are also available now in 4GB kits(6KHX6400D2LLK2/4G). Working at DDR2-800 CL4-4-4-12@2.0V all 4GB HyperX memory kits complete 24 hours of burn-in reliability testing, extensive dynamic testing as well as visual inspection. The 6KHX6400D2LLK2/4G is available now for 500$. Kingston additionally offers 1-(KHX6400D2LLK2/1G - 160$) and 2GB (KHX6400D2LLK2/2G - 308$) memory kits as well as modules ranging from 512MB to 2GB capacities, all members of the low-latency HyperX brand. All HyperX DDR2 memory modules come with a lifetime warranty and 24/7 technical support.

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    I remember reading about this in Maximum PC and CPU magazine. Im glad they are doing this and timings look great. Im sure you can OC quite well. $500 is a tad high, but considering you pay between 200 and 350 dollars for 2gb kits, its a damn good deal.
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    If it was only a little bit cheaper, I would sell my RAM and get some of that, but buying two is a 1000$, but its 8GB....
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    I see, and now I want
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    Hey Scavar,

    I dont mean to go off topic, but the Buffalo Firestix at newegg are on sale for $185.
    THere is also a $15 off code when for paypal (when u pay via it).
    And Newegg has a $20 off code (which can be found at Hardforum.com)

    So you can get a 2GB kit of this stuff for 185-15-20 = $150 and another kit for $165.
    I think that is an awesome deal.
    4GBs for $315 sw33t.
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    Ooo0o I might have to look into that.


    You know I had Kingston RAM once, it was RDRAM. You guys remember RDRAM?
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    Nice timings, looks very pretty, but why would I buy 4GB when I can barely afford one? :p.
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    Perfect. In Germany it starts at 398€. Can't wait to see first tests.

    4Gb i think its a must have for Vista 64-Bit + Crysis.


    greetz


    tim
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    Thats a huge amount of fast ram.... not entirely sure it would make much of a difference in performance though. Running 1gig on XP and you almost never use the whole thing, running 2 gigs in vista is the same deal but 4 gigs? I guess it all depends on the resources crysis will end up using :p
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    Its better, 4Gigs should last for a few many years.

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