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Tuesday, 08 September 2009 11:04

Kingston shows its Lynnfield kits

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Seven HyperX DDR3 kits

In order to fulfill its promise of delivering a bunch of HyperX dual-channel LGA1156 kits that it made during last month, Kingston has launched no less than seven of these babies ranging from 1333MHz to 2133MHz, all at 1.65 Volts.

The top of the line includes two kits working at 2133MHz with 8-8-8-24 and 9-9-9-27 latencies. These top of the notch kits will cost SU $394 for the CL8 and US $269 for the looser CL9 kit. The next on the list are the 2000MHz kits working at same latencies as the 2133MHz clocked kits. These two will retail at US $198 and US $140.

The mainstream parts include two 1600MHz and one 1333MHz kit with 8-8-8-24 latencies for the 1600MHz kits and 7-7-7-21 for the 1333MHz clocked one. These three will cost US $137, US $132 and US $125 respectively.

All of these kits, except for the cheaper 1600MHz and the 1333MHz clocked one, will have a tall HyperX heatsink while those two will be shipped with plain small one. All of these kits include Intel's XMP support and will be available as a 2GB or 4GB kits.

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