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Friday, 25 December 2009 13:24

Kingston teases with water cooled kit

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Water cooling ready HyperX modules

Kingston has released a couple of pictures of what appears to be a new HyperX kit that can be hooked up to a water cooling system, which implies that we might see a kit that is designed for overclockers.

In general, Kingston HyperX kits are quite good, and as far as it can be seen from these first pictures this DDR3 kit will probably be targeting high-performance LGA 1156 and AM3 setups. We doubt that Kingston will pair its new water cooling heatsink with some low-performance or even mid-range kits, and we guess that we might see the 2133MHz kit overclocked beyond anything we've seen so far.

The kit has yet to be detailed, but we are sure that Kingston will show it at CES 2010, so more details should be available then.

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