Coming in a set of two 8GB modules and featuring the recognizable HyperX black heatsink, thankfully without any RGB LEDs, the two new kits are aimed at high-performance scenarios, with both high frequency and tight latencies.
The HyperX Predator 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-4266 (HX442X19PB3K2/16) kit will have CL19 latencies and work at 1.4V, while the HyperX Predator 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-4600, will be the fastest kit from HyperX with the same CL19 latencies but higher 1.5V voltage.
Both are XMP 2.0 compatible and are aimed at enthusiasts as well as gamers, some will appreciate the fact these come with black PCB paired up with a black heatsink. It is not clear if HyperX will have the same kits as a part of its Predator RGB lineup.
HyperX did not reveal any details regarding the price but similar 16GB kits are currently going for around $600 for DDR4-4600 and around $250 for DDR4-4133 ones.