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Thursday, 18 February 2010 11:30

Kingston prepares 24GB memory kits

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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HyperX 1600 24GB DDR3


It seems that Kingston will answer some prayers, as this memory giant prepares to launch 24GB memory kits at Cebit. Some ultra high end users have been requesting such products for quite some time and after Cebit this crazy kit should become available.

The kit will end up branded as Kingston HyperX New 24GB 1600MHz DDR3 and as you can see it can work at 1600MHz. This memory will target X58 based chipset and we can only assume that it comes with six times 4GB memory modules but this is something that we cannot conform at press time.

Kingston believes that 24GB memory should be great for general performance and workstation applications, photo, video and 3D rendering. This memory will have its followers but it probably won’t cost pennies.

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