Items tagged with HyperX

These "world's fastest" claims seem to be flying in at a record pace these days, but even though companies are holding their crowns for shorter periods of time, that's not stopping Kingston from bragging while they can. Today, the company is introducing the world's first, fastest low-voltage and ultra low-voltage memory for performance machines.The new product fits into the company's LoVo (low voltage) HyperX range, offering ultra-low voltage memory running at 1.25 volts at 1600MHz. The flagship product, running an ultra-low 1.25 volts at 1600MHz, is the lowest voltage to date for desktop PCs.... Read more...
Kingston is now shipping 12GB HyperX 1600MHz memory kits for Core i7. With this latest addition, Kingston is filling out its family of HyperX offerings for the X58 platform. Since the kits come as six 2GB modules, there is limited motherboard support right now, but if you're looking for some high performance memory for a compatible motherboard, this might be just what you want. Kingston Technology Ships 12GB HyperX Kits for Intel Core i7, X58 Platforms Fountain Valley, CA -- November 16, 2009 -- Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced... Read more...
Kingston has released super-fast 2133MHz HyperX memory to support Intel's new LGA1156 Core i5 and Core i7 systems. For users of all levels who want to take advantage of the Core i5 platform, Kingston is offering a family of XMP-ready HyperX products in different frequencies ranging from 1333MHz to 2133MHz. For users who want to take advantage of 64-bit operating systems, two new 8GB kits in 1333MHz and 1600MHz frequencies will be available later this month. Full specifications and additional details are available below. Kingston Technology First to Ship 2133MHz Memory for Intel Core i5 Platform... Read more...
Kingston Technology Adds T1 Heatspreaders to Popular HyperX 1600MHz 6GB Triple-Channel Kits for Intel Core i7 SystemsHigh-Profile Heatspreaders Improve Thermal Conditions When Overclocking Fountain Valley, CA – June 22, 2009 -- Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it is shipping its HyperX 1600MHz triple-channel kits with the high-profile T1 heatspreaders. The 1600MHz frequency is a sweet spot amongst gamers, and combining it with the popular T1 heatspreaders gives enthusiasts a performance advantage through improved heat diffusion... Read more...
I just had an unexpected package arrive at the door. In it was one of Kingston's brand new HyperX memory cooling fans.Like most other memory coolers, the HyperX Fan mounts to the retention clips on either side of the RAM slots on a motherboard. It has two blue-lighted, 60mm fans that blow air down on the DIMMs that reside in the slots below.       Kingston's HyperX Fan   The entire assembly is very light-weight and according to Kingston the fans generate little noise--somewhere in the neighborhood of 28db (maximum). Anyway, we thought you'd like to check out some pics of... Read more...
Kingston Technology Launches HyperX T1 Series MemoryHyperX Thermal Xchange Technology at Core of New Look, Taller Heatspreader Fountain Valley, CA -- November 12, 2008 -- Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it is shipping select DDR3 and DDR2 HyperX® memory modules with new T1 heatspreaders. The taller heatspreaders utilize HyperX Thermal Xchange (HTX) technology to further diffuse heat buildup when overclocking. HTX technology is the latest innovation from Kingston’s engineers who are dedicated to building the fastest memory... Read more...
Kingston Technology Releases Limited Edition HyperX Modules with Black Heatspreaders -- Available Only at Newegg Fountain Valley, CA – October 6, 2008 – Kingston Technology Co., Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced its popular 1066MHz HyperX DDR2 memory modules are available with limited edition black heatspreaders, exclusively for U.S. customers at online e-tailer Newegg.com. Available for Kingston part # KHX8500AD2K2/4G, the black heatspreaders show off Kingston's enthusiast memory in a new light while guaranteeing the same thermal performance benefits as the... Read more...
Kingston Technology Launches 2GHz HyperX DDR3 MemoryEPP Frequency, Timing Tested Peak-Performing 2000MHz Modules Ready to Enhance Enthusiast PCs, Gaming Rigs Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced the release of 2GHz HyperX DDR3 memory modules, the fastest-performing DDR3 available to date.Shipping immediately in 2GB memory kits, the new HyperX PC3-16000 memory offers gaming enthusiasts top-of-the-line Enhanced Performance Profile (EPP) ready memory with EPP profiles pre-programmed on the modules."Two Gigahertz is now the sweet spot for... Read more...
Kingston Technology Releases HyperX High-Performance DDR2 SO-DIMMs in 3GB Kits Fountain Valley, CA - July 9, 2008 - Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it is shippingHyperXR 667MHz and 800MHz low-latency DDR2 SO-DIMM notebook memory in 3GB kits. The 3GB SO-DIMM kits are an excellent way to take advantage of the Microsoft Windows VistaR 32-bit operating system and for notebook users running mid- to high-performance applications. Kingston's 3GB kits boostsystem performance and assure users that their notebooks are equal in memory capacity... Read more...
Kingston has been known throughout the industry as a steady-hand, a reliable partner, a company which is stable and never really pushed the bar in terms of enthusiast memory modules. If you wanted a solid, name-brand memory module which would be almost guaranteed to work, Kingston was one of the few brands which one should look for. They were respected in many markets, but until a few years ago, they weren't a name you would think of if you were looking to push the envelope in terms of overclocking. Over the last year in particular, Kingston has been particularly aggressive in promoting their... Read more...
Kingston and ASUS Bring 1066-MHz HyperX Memory Modules to Market Kingston HyperX 1066-MHz memory and ASUS P5B Deluxe motherboard tested for optimal performance Fountain Valley, CA (June 6, 2006), - Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, announced today along with ASUS a joint partnership exclusively for ASUS' latest Intel Broadwater based motherboard, ASUS P5B Deluxe and Kingston's HyperX DDR2 1066-MHz (PC2-8500) memory modules. The P5B Deluxe motherboard from ASUS is based on the Intel P965 chipset and supports DDR2 memory. Kingston's... Read more...
KINGSTON ANNOUNCES AVAILABILITY OF DDR500 LOW LATENCY MEMORY MODULES Fountain Valley, CA May 14, 2006 -- Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the worldwide independent leader in memory products, announced today immediate availability of HyperX DDR500 (PC4000) low latency memory modules and kits. Kingston's latest memory offering is ideal for enthusiasts looking for high frequency and low latency DDR memory. The new modules; part number KHX4000LL/XXX, is available in 512 MB, 1 GB modules, and 1 and 2 GB kits with latency timing of 3-3-3-8-1 and voltage of 2.6V. For more information on Kingston's... Read more...
Kingston HyperX DDR2 750MHz (KHX6000D2K2/1G) @ Bjorn3D: "Kingston's high-end system memory products are given the HyperX brand. Of course, Kingston offers HyperX products featuring the latest memory technology, DDR2. DDR2 is supported on most of the recently released chipsets and will eventually supplant first generation DDR as the dominant memory type in the PC industry. It is an evolution of the DDR specification that features lower power consumption, higher speeds and better thermal performance." Great, But Why Intel? @ The TechZone: "For this lifelong Macintosh fanatic, the urge... Read more...
Hey folks, what's up? If this is your first visit to HH of the day, Dave has taken a look at the HIS Radeon X850 XT and Radeon X800 XL - IceQ II Turbo. And yes, with a cooler that spiffy, there had to be some overclocking ;) Oh, and for you X-Box owners who are still interested in the cable replacement fiasco, you might want to check this out. Adios. Thermaltake Hardcano13 Multi-Function Panel @ SystemCooling "Multifunction panels have become more popular and more complicated as of lately. Rather than only controlling the speed of your fans, newer panels now incorporate LCD displays and... Read more...
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