HyperX to introduce new high speed DDR4 memory kits

HyperX to introduce new high speed DDR4 memory kits

HyperX to introduce new high speed DDR4 memory kits

HyperX to introduce new high-speed DDR4 memory kits

HyperX is set to introduce several new high-speed DDR4 memory kits, with speeds ranging from 2,400MHz to 4,000MHz. All of these kits will come with stock voltages of 1.35 volts and feature a range of CAS timing values. 
These new kits come with built-in XMP profiles that are designed to run with Intel's newest X299 platform, though there is no official mention of Ryzen support. 
Below is a list of HyperX' upcoming memory speeds and their rated CAS latencies. All of this kits will be available with up to 4-channel kits with 8GB DIMMs, with all kits except 3333MHz+ modules coming with 16GB DIMMs. 
- 2400MHz at CL12
- 2666MHz at CL13
- 3000MHz at CL15
- 3333MHz at CL16
- 3600MHz at CL17
- 4000MHz at CL19


HyperX to introduce new high speed DDR4 memory kits


At this time pricing and release information on these kits are unknown, though they are expected to release within the next few weeks at online retailers. 


You can join the discussion on Kingston's new high-speed DDR4 memory kits on the OC3D Forums


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02-06-2017, 12:19:26

I haven seen many Kingston memories lately. It is good they are offering high-end sticks.Quote

02-06-2017, 12:20:35

Good because they were falling behind a bit. Still liking this design as well.Quote

02-06-2017, 12:56:54

I like that designQuote

02-06-2017, 15:55:35

I grew up with Kingston RAM really and it remains one of my three favourites (G.Skill, Corsair, Kingston). Briefly cheated these with Mushkin but they seem to have faded into the background when DDR4 arrived.Quote

02-06-2017, 16:58:58

I love that design. I've seen a few builds with that heatspreader and it's always sexy looking. I'm so sick of Corsair Dominator builds. Every one of Singularity Computer's builds seems to be: Corsair AX PSU, Corsair Dominator Platinum memory, Nvidia GPU, Intel CPU, Case Labs chassis, EK blocks, Bitspower fittings, blah blah blah... BORING.Quote

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