New world record on unreleased MSI MEG Z590 UNIFY-X motherboard
HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology Company, has announced that its HyperX Predator DDR4 memory was used to set the new world record by hitting 7200MHz on MSI's MEG Z590 UNIFY-X motherboard.
HyperX Predator DDR4-4600 module
HyperX, still part of Kingston Technology Company, has announced that its HyperX Predator DDR4-4600 module has set a world record at 7156MHz.
Compact gaming keyboard with HyperX switches
HyperX, previously a gaming division of Kingston Technology and now a part of HP, has announced its Alloy Origins compact gaming keyboard will start shipping in EMEA.
For a cool $425 million
In a rather surprising move, Kingston has announced that it has sold its HyperX, gaming-oriented peripherals division, to HP. The $425 million deal, which should be finalized in Q2 2021, will give HP the division as well as the brand.
Up to 64GB and up to 3600MHz
HyperX, a well-known gaming division of Kingston Technology, has added new SKUs to its line of FURY DDR4 RGB lineup, coming in 16GB module or up to 64GB kits, as well as reaching frequencies of up to 3600MHz and latencies as tight as CL15.
Gets your skates on
A 59 gram gaming mouse has appeared on the market, with claims that it offers quicker movements and increased ventilation.
DDR4-4266 and DDR4-4600
Kingston has released two new HyperX Predator 16GB high-performance memory kits with 4266MHz and 4600MHz frequencies.
Reaching frequencies of up to 3,466MHz
Kingston has announced that it has expanded both the Fury desktop and Impact mobile DDR4 memory lineup with frequencies now reaching up to 3,466MHz for the desktop and 3,200MHz for the mobile lineup.
Promises great things for upcoming UV500 series
Kingston has announced that it has shipped over six million SSD units based on Marvell controllers, as well as announcing the upcoming UV500 series, which will be the company's first 3D NAND SSD based on Marvell's newest 88SS1074 controller.
Offering up to 350/250 MB/s of performance
HyperX, a division of Kingston Technology Company, has unveils its newest HyperX Savage USB 3.1 flash drive.