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Kingston Unveils HyperX 10th Anniversary Edition Memory

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  1. Cristian_25H


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    Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, continues to celebrate its 10th HyperX anniversary with two announcements at 2013 International CES: the launch of the Kingston HyperX 10th Anniversary Edition Memory and the finale of the HyperX 10th Anniversary StarCraft II Tournament.

    With its elegant silver heatspreader, the new high performance Kingston HyperX 10th Anniversary Edition Memory complements the latest PC hardware and takes on serious workloads or the most intensive games. It is perfect for gamers, enthusiasts, overclockers and PC modders. With its low profile, HyperX 10th Anniversary Edition Memory fits under oversized CPU coolers and offers enhanced thermal dissipation for long-term reliability. The Intel XMP ready memory easily achieves best performance optimization by simply selecting a speed profile in BIOS ― with no need for manual adjustments.

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    The memory comes in fast frequencies up to 2400 MHz paired with high capacities from 8 GB to 32 GB, and is available in dual- and quad-channel kits. HyperX 10th Anniversary Edition Memory is backed by a lifetime warranty and free live technical support. For more information visit www.kingston.com/hyperx

    The online StarCraft II tournament in honor of the 10-year anniversary of the HyperX product line saw many gamers participating from around the world. Four winners from the tournament, along with two invited pro gamers will enter the finale. The top six battle it out to win one of four cash prizes totaling $15,000 and become the first-ever HyperX Champion in Las Vegas, NV, during 2013 International CES. For more information about the tournament please visit http://hyperx.evilgeniuses.net/

    "Since 2002, our HyperX products have been the memory of choice for gamers, computer enthusiasts, overclockers and system builders," said Dara Mullarkey, HyperX business manager, Kingston. "The newly launched HyperX 10th Anniversary Edition Memory encompasses ultimate style and performance. As part of the Genesis family line, this stunning low-profile memory enhances the overall PC experience. In addition, hosting the StarCraft II tournament allows us to thank and give back to our customers and fans."

    Kingston is celebrating 25 years in the memory industry. The company was founded on October 17, 1987, and has grown to become the largest third-party memory manufacturer in the world. The 25th anniversary video can be found here, along with more information, including a timeline of Kingston's history.

    Kingston HyperX 10th Anniversary Edition Memory Features and Specifications:

    ● Unique: features a Limited Edition silver heatspreader
    ● XMP profiles: easy to enable, factory configured for best maximum performance
    ● Reliable: 100-percent factory tested
    ● Guaranteed: lifetime warranty, free technical support
    ● Easy to install
    ● Capacities: 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB and 32 GB in kits of 2 and 4
    ● Frequency speed: 1600 MHz - 2400 MHz
    ● Operating temperature: 0°C to 85°C
    ● Storage temperature: -55°C to 100°C
    ● Dimensions: 133.35 mm X 30 mm
    ● Available in a variety of CAS latencies
    ● Voltage: 1.35V, 1.5V and 1.65V
    ● Compatible: tested with all popular brands of motherboards
    ● DDR3 only

  2. Maban


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    I'd expect better latencies from a milestone product.
  3. Prima.Vera


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    How about voltages on that graph??
  4. radrok


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    Am I reading wrong or there is not a 32GB kit that goes over 1600 MHz?

    I mean they should atleast have a 32GB (4x4) 1866 MHz.
  5. cadaveca

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    If memory OEMs could give you better reliably, they would. That is truly out of their hands, as the buy the ICs form the companies that make them, and assemble the DIMMs themselves. Current ICs just aren't capable of tight timings overall, but with binning, can scale frequency high enough that timings don't matter.

    FYI, JEDEC 1600 MHz timings right now are 11-11-11-28. Anything faster than that is a bonus, and I see most kits with CL9, or CL11 @ 2133 MHz and over.
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