Kingston Releases HyperX Black DDR3 Memory Kits

Lookie here, more RAM! Earlier in the week, Kingston dished out new mobile memory. Today, it's the desktop side getting some attention. The company has just released their HyperX T1 Black DDR3 triple-channel memory kits, which are designed to work flawlessly alongside the Core i7-990X chipset and X58-based motherboards. The kits are available with 3 or 6 modules, with capacities up to 24GB.



As usual, these new Black kits are totally down with overclocking, and should provide the best in performance. They'll arrive in 6GB, 12GB and 24GB kits with a 1600MHz DDR3 clock rate, and there's a video below showcasing the new stuff in a G1-Killer mobo configuration. Pricing? $104, $190 and $379 in order of mention. Big bucks means big bang, right?

Kingston Technology Adds New HyperX T1 Black Triple-Channel Memory Kits
HyperX T1 Black

    * Supports Intel Core i7-990X Processor, X58 Systems
    * Black Heatsink Complements Black Motherboards, Including the New GIGABYTE G1-Killer Gaming Motherboards

Fountain Valley, CA -- February 28, 2011 -- Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced the release of HyperX® T1 Black DDR3 triple-channel memory kits. The new memory kits are designed to meet the performance requirements for the new Intel® Core i7™-990X chipset and X58-based motherboards, and are available in kits of three or six modules and in capacities up to 24GB.

“Our new HyperX T1 Black triple-channel kits give enthusiasts the opportunity to combine performance and style into their PC build,” said Mark Tekunoff, senior technology manager, Kingston®. “These high-capacity kits are ideal for the X58 products on the market, especially the new GIGABYTE G1-Killer gaming motherboards.”

“GIGABYTE is excited about the launch of Kingston’s new Black T1 HyperX memory as it comes so soon after the GIGABYTE G1-Killer gaming motherboard announcement,” commented Tim Handley, Deputy Director of Motherboard Marketing at GIGABYTE. “With their similar color schemes and target market, we are looking forward to seeing PC gamers pair their new Black T1 memory with GIGABYTE G1-Killer gaming motherboards.”

Kingston is shipping three HyperX T1 Black 1600MHz DDR3 triple channel kits in 24GB, 12GB and 6GB configurations. A video is available on YouTube showcasing 24GB of the memory in action on a G1-Killer motherboard: www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WRhYwSJ9f8.

HyperX T1 Black is available through Kingston’s channel of authorized distributors, resellers, e-tailers and retailers. Kingston HyperX memory is backed by a lifetime warranty and free 24/7 technical support. For more detailed product information please visit the Kingston Web site at www.kingston.com 
Via:  Kingston
Tags:  Kingston, memory, RAM
Comments
amdcrankitup 3 years ago

This is some good looking ram and Im sure its up for the job! Maybe HH can score some and pair it up with the new Gigabyte G1 Killer I wouls like to see that review! Of couse my new Gigabyte Board is an AMD version going to look into their offering for it and see what I can match it up to I want to max out this board to see what it can handle and of course get a little more current with some of you guys! Though I am an AMD fan I am wanting to build an Intel counterpart so I,ll at least one of each flavor!

infinityzen1 3 years ago

Eh, to bad I already have 24GB of DR3-1600 in my desktop.

CDeeter 3 years ago

We sure have come along way. I remember having a 386 25mhz with 8megs of ram...lol

Drake_McNasty 3 years ago

I don't remember that far back but I remember paying 100 dollars a gig for ram and thinking I was getting an amazing deal! It wasn't that long ago.

realneil 3 years ago

It's too tall to accommodate many aftermarket CPU coolers.

coolice 3 years ago

Yeaaa, its what i was wondering. I was, 'guesstimating' that it'll be too big. the heatsinks are like twice the height of the memory haha.

ThunderBird 3 years ago

I just cannot believe how good RAM prices are. I remember paying $300 for 4GB of DDR2 1066 four years ago.

They should have used a black PCB but that is just being picky.

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