Monday, May 10th 2021

HyperX Announces Predator DDR4 Memory High-Speed Additions

HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc. and brand leader in gaming and esports, today announced the release of three high-speed Predator DDR4 memory kits in 5000 MHz, 5133 MHz and 5333 MHz frequency versions. The new frequency options will be available as 8 GB modules in kits of two and include a black aluminium heat spreader and black PCB to complement the look of the latest PC builds by system builders and DIY PC enthusiasts. Ultra-fast HyperX Predator DDR4 memory was used to set the overclocking world record at 7200 MHz last month and at 7156 MHz in March. HyperX Predator DDR4 offers high-performance memory paired with a bold and aggressive style. The new flagship frequency available for purchase has expanded to 5333 MHz with a latency of CL20. HyperX memory modules are Intel XMP-ready with certified profiles optimized for Intel's latest chipsets and compatible with many of AMD's latest chipsets.

"Following record-breaking overclocking announcements using HyperX Predator DDR4 frequencies, HyperX is excited to expand its offerings with the latest high-speed additions," said Kristy Ernt, DRAM business manager, HyperX. "The new products offer premium components with faster speeds, high performance with maximum reliability and great aesthetics providing more options for gamers building a new PC."
The HyperX Predator DDR4 family of products is available in 2666 MHz to 5333 MHz with latencies from CL13 to CL20. HyperX Predator DDR4 is available as 8 GB to 32 GB single modules and kits of two, four and eight with capacities of 16 GB to 256 GB.
Availability
HyperX Predator DDR4 modules are 100 percent factory tested at speed and backed by a lifetime warranty. Predator DDR4 modules are available through HyperX's network of retail and e-tail outlets.
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9 Comments on HyperX Announces Predator DDR4 Memory High-Speed Additions

#2
maxfly
Wooow, no kidding. This stuff is sure to sell like hotcakes<- Sarcasm
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#3
TumbleGeorge
maxflyWooow, no kidding. This stuff is sure to sell like hotcakes<- Sarcasm
Yes 16GB on price of 256GB DDR4 3200.
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#4
1d10t
At this price I might get slowest 64GB DDR5 altogether.
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#5
IceShroom
Another set of low quality RAM kit.
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#6
Tomorrow
TumbleGeorgeLoL. Prices is good. :eek:
Indeed. Only 400+ more that Crucial Ballistix 5100Mhz.
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#7
thegnome
IceShroomAnother set of low quality RAM kit.
Low quality? The only low quality is the memory chips on their low/mid end models. Works fine for any regular system that doesn't need some 3600 cl16 excellence.
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#8
IceShroom
thegnomeLow quality? The only low quality is the memory chips on their low/mid end models. Works fine for any regular system that doesn't need some 3600 cl16 excellence.
If a memory kit cant do DDR-3200 JEDEC out of the box, that is a low quality kit. DDR4 launched with DDR4-2133 in 2014 August. If we still see DDR4-2133/2400 out of the box speed, it means the RAM kit uses DRAM module developed in 2013/2014 time frame. It is like buying overclocked i7 6700K in 2021, instead if R5 3600/i5 10400/i5 11400.
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#9
cyberloner
computer is so pricey now............
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