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Posted by on Aug 31, 2012 in Hardware News |

Memories Kingston HyperX Network no longer a limited edition

Memories Kingston HyperX Network no longer a limited edition

Earlier this year, announced memory modules Kingston HyperX Red , a limited edition targeting both consumers enthusiastic as most hardened players. And now, the Post is reporting that the line is no longer limited edition and become part of their product line “input” as the Blu

According to Mark Tekunoff, technology manager of the company, this is because Red HyperX series was a huge success since its launch. And so, they decided to “make it a permanent member of the family HyperX, as demand was awesome.” His speed, performance, and color, make Line are a perfect addition to any system, regardless of the use made of this, says Tekunoff.

Red HyperX memories are compatible with Intel XMP technology, come in capacities up to 16GB and 8GB kits in a single module, and with speeds up to 1333 MHz and 1600

Link: Kingston Technology HyperX network Makes Permanent Addition to Product Line (Hardware Canucks)

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