Kingston Technology Releases Fastest Notebook Memory for New Intel Core Mobile Processor Family Codenamed ‘Huron River’ * New Kingston HyperX High-Performance SO-DIMMs Support 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Mobile Processor Family * 1600MHz SO-DIMM Memory Perfect Upgrade for Notebooks and Mini-ITX Motherboards and Mobile-based Platforms * Plug and Play Memory Kits Provide Easy-to-Install Performance Boost without Need for XMP Profiles FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced the release of new HyperX® 4GB and 8GB 1600MHz SO-DIMM kits. The dual-channel, plug and play CL9 memory kits are the fastest modules on the market specifically designed to support notebooks and mobile platforms using the new 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Mobile Processor Family, codenamed ‘Huron River.’ “Our latest HyperX SO-DIMMs are the best way to boost the system performance of notebook PCs, as well as mini-ITX motherboards and mobile-based systems, by replacing standard memory with high-speed, higher capacity modules” “Our latest HyperX SO-DIMMs are the best way to boost the system performance of notebook PCs, as well as mini-ITX motherboards and mobile-based systems, by replacing standard memory with high-speed, higher capacity modules,” said Mark Tekunoff, senior technology manager, Kingston®. “With the simple plug and play feature, system performance is enhanced fast and effortlessly as the memory profiles are preset to run automatically.” The new HyperX SO-DIMMS are available in DDR3 1600MHz as 4GB and 8GB kits. Kingston HyperX memory is backed by a lifetime warranty and free 24/7 technical support. For detailed information visit www.kingston.com.
Hummmm, do I need 16GB of ram in my laptop or is 8GB enough...
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Sounds perfect for the new macbook pro s, assuming they're compatible. Love the pricing too.
That's a good price for SO-DIMM RAM and I love the extra capacity too. One of my Laptops only 'sees' 2GB, and the other 'sees' 4GB of RAM maximum. I already have both of them maxed out, or this RAM would be on the short list for me.
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