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News Posted: Wed, Nov 12 2008 7:32 PM

Kingston Technology Launches HyperX T1 Series Memory

HyperX 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 for enthusiasts who push system performance.


 


“The HyperX T1 Series heatspreaders are made of heavy-duty extruded aluminum with extended fins and HTX technology for maximum thermal conditions when users take their systems to the extreme,” said Dara Sun, product manager, Kingston®. “Any gamer or overclocker who intends to dominate with memory will want to use Kingston’s T1 series, which is a great complement to our existing line of HyperX modules with the lower profile heatsink.”

Leading with HyperX DDR3 kits designed specifically for Intel’s new triple-channel Core i7 Processor in 2GHz, 1866- and 1800MHz frequencies, Kingston’s new HyperX T1 series modules are also available in DDR2 1066- and 800MHz front side bus speeds.


 


Kingston HyperX is backed by a lifetime warranty and free 24/7 technical support. For more detailed information please visit the Kingston Web site at www.kingston.com.





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Those are some very nice looking sticks. My kingston DDR3 Does get a little warm with my watercooling. I had to get a fan to move a little air over them and my northbridge.

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kid007 replied on Thu, Nov 13 2008 7:52 AM

$177.00 for a kit of 2g hyperx :X i'm so getting one of those...

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