Kingston HyperX Limited Edition PC3-19200 16GB Quad Channel Memory Kit Review
Feb 09,2013 0 Comments
Starting off 2013 I really wasn’t sure what we’d be seeing from companies when it came to review samples because that core component category tends to be a little quieter than normal. Last year was slightly different, though, as we saw AMD launch the HD 7000 series with the HD 7900 series coming out just before the Christmas holidays then more and more models coming out in the following months.
What I didn’t think we’d see, though, is a bunch of RAM come in for testing. Recently we had a chance to look at the new Kingston Beast series in the form of a 16GB PC3-19200 kit. Along with that we recently checked out the ADATA Gaming Series V2.0 16GB kit which also carried with it a PC3-19200 speed.
Today, though, we move away from the recent Dual Channel kits we’ve looked at and look at a Quad Channel kit from Kingston that falls into yet another new series. With the X79 platform so established, it’s been ages since we’ve seen a Quad Channel kit, with the last one being a 32GB kit from G.Skill, which really impressed us.
We’ve recently seen Kingston release some new series and today we’re looking at another one. Celebrating a massive 10 years of the HyperX name we’ve today got the new Kingston HyperX Limited Edition kit with a pretty sexy looking heatsink going on. Along with that we find ourselves giving a brief *sigh* as we see the company again opt for a green PCB instead of a black one. Are you guys listening to us?
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