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Thursday, 16 August 2012 20:09

Kingston launches new HyperX Predator memory

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Up to 2666MHz kits


Kingston has updated its popular HyperX memory lineup with new HyperX Predator memory kits that will be available in speeds of up to 2666MHz as a 8, 16 or 32GB kits.

The new HyperX Predator DRAM module, according to Kingston, complements the HyperX product range with the fastest speeds, lowest latencies and highest capacities and is aimed extreme enthusiasts and overclockers.

As noted earlier, the new HyperX Predator line will be available as an 8, 16 or 32 kit of two or four modules ranging from 1600MHz to 2666MHz. The top of the line includes 32GB 1600MHz CL9 kit of four modules as well as the 16GB 2133MHz CL11 kit of two modules. The 2666MHz speed is reserved only for 8GB (2x4GB) kit running at CL 11. The U.S. price kicks off at US $56.00 for 8GB 1600MHz CL9 kit all the way up to US $338 for the 32GB 1600CL9 one. The 8GB 2666MHz one will be available at a later date, according to Kingston.

The entire line is Intel XMP certified and backed by a lifetime warranty. You can check out the full lineup below.

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kingston hyperXpre lineup

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