Kingston Launches HyperX Predator Memory

The new XMP-Certified DRAM modules feature a new heatspreader design for better thermal dissipation. The HyperX Predator will be available in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB capacities, CAS9 and CAS11 latency variations and dual or quad-channel kits. The new modules boast impressive frequency speeds, starting at 1600MHz and reaching as high as 2666MHz.

“The PC gaming market is robust and growing and we are pleased to contribute to that market with our new, more aggressive HyperX Predator memory kits,” said Mark Tekunoff, senior technology manager, Kingston. “Enthusiasts will experience higher performance, ultra-responsive multitasking possibilities and an overall faster system thanks to its top optimized performance settings for specific modules ― handpicked and tested by our Kingston engineers.”

For more information on the newest entry to the HyperX family of memory, visit the Kingston Predator product page. Additionally, the chart below lists prices for each module configuration.

                                               

                                             

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  • master_chen
    Even though I'm a definite Kingston fan, let me say this from the core of my heart: WOOOW THAT'S UUUUUGLY!!!111
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  • UVB076
    There's no need for heat spreaders on 1.5V RAM.
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  • master_chen
    Even though I'm a definite Kingston fan, let me say this from the core of my heart: WOOOW THAT'S UUUUUGLY!!!111
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  • mayne92
    UVB076There's no need for heat spreaders on 1.5V RAM.


    You are right as nobody overclocks memory. lol.

    I don't see a problem either if valued-class of memory came with heatspreaders. Who cares.
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