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Kingston out with blazing 2666MHz RAM

The HyperX series is available in 16GB and 8GB kits of two, rated at 1600MHz, 2133MHz, 2400MHz and soon 2666MHz

Kingston out with blazing 2666MHz RAM
Kingston is out with super fast 2666MHz RAM kits for Intel's Ivy Bridge range of proecessors.

Kingston has announced that it is shipping HyperX dual-channel kits that have been especially engineered for the new Intel Ivy Bridge Core i5 and i7 processors.

Enthusiasts will be pleased to know that Kingston's HyperX memory will be available in 16GB and 8GB kits of two, and will be rated at 1600MHz, 2133MHz, 2400MHz and soon 2666MHz.

Kingston has also achieved XMP certification from Intel for its HyperX memory designed for the new Ivy Bridge processors. HyperX kits rated at 2800 MHz were also certified to be used on three motherboards, the ASUS P8Z77-V Deluxe, P9Z77-V and GIGABYTE Z77X-UD5H.

Antoine Harb, BDM, Kingston, MEA said: "The new 22nm architecture of this processor allows significant performance gains for benchmarkers, enthusiasts and overclockers. Enthusiasts who want to push the performance boundaries of the new processors will want to pair it with Kingston HyperX memory. Our 2666MHz kit combined with the top CPU in the Ivy Bridge family will allow unparalleled performance."


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