Kingston Launches 2GHz HyperX DDR3 Memory

Kingston Technology Launches 2GHz HyperX DDR3 Memory

EPP Frequency, Timing Tested Peak-Performing 2000MHz Modules Ready to Enhance Enthusiast PCs, Gaming Rigs

Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced the release of 2GHz HyperX DDR3 memory modules, the fastest-performing DDR3 available to date.

Shipping immediately in 2GB memory kits, the new HyperX PC3-16000 memory offers gaming enthusiasts top-of-the-line Enhanced Performance Profile (EPP) ready memory with EPP profiles pre-programmed on the modules.

"Two Gigahertz is now the sweet spot for many benchmarking enthusiasts and Kingston's new 2GHz HyperX DDR3 memory is fully tested at specified frequency and timing values so it's ideal for anyone seeking to boost performance,” said Mark Tekunoff, senior technology manager, Kingston. "For the enthusiast or benchmarker seeking to push their rigs to the current edge of overclocking performance, these 2GHz modules complement the best motherboards on the market that support DDR3 with overclocking performance and features.”

With the addition of the 2GHz kit, Kingston now offers a full slate of DDR3 memory products available in a variety of speeds and capacities. Kingston HyperX is backed by a lifetime warranty and free 24/7 tech support.

Kingston 2GHz HyperX DDR3 Specifications:

  • Part Number: KHX16000D3K2/2GN
  • 2GB 2000MHz (CL9-9-9-27 @ 1.9v) kit of 2
  • MSRP (U.S. only) $ 227.00
Via:  Kingston
Comments
3vi1 6 years ago

It looks like DDR3 might actually be to the point where it's worthy of consideration for new rigs.

>> 2GHz HyperX DDR3 Memory

It's good to see the guy who named SSF2:Turbo HD Remix has found work again.

bob_on_the_cob 6 years ago

[quote user="3vi1"]

It looks like DDR3 might actually be to the point where it's worthy of consideration for new rigs.

>> 2GHz HyperX DDR3 Memory

It's good to see the guy who named SSF2:Turbo HD Remix has found work again.

[/quote]

lol you make me laugh at least once a day 3vi1. DDR3 is getting fast! Now if the price will just drop a little faster.

 

Paul Olivenza Jr 6 years ago

Does OCZ already have a DDR3 that runs at 2000MHz?

The competition is really getting furious and exciting . . . and you're right . . . the more . . . the faster the prices will go down. Big Smile

bob_on_the_cob 6 years ago

[quote user="Paul Olivenza Jr"]

Does OCZ already have a DDR3 that runs at 2000MHz?

 

[/quote]


Quite a few 2000MHz kits out there now

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=2010170147%201052129233%201052438355&name=DDR3%202000%20(PC3%2016000)

Paul Olivenza Jr 6 years ago

[quote user="bob_on_the_cob"]

[quote user="Paul Olivenza Jr"]

Does OCZ already have a DDR3 that runs at 2000MHz?

 

[/quote]


Quite a few 2000MHz kits out there now

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=2010170147%201052129233%201052438355&name=DDR3%202000%20(PC3%2016000)

[/quote] 

 WoOoh . . . great . . . . I'm learning new things very fast in this forum.

You're my man Bob . . . thanks Cool

bob_on_the_cob 6 years ago

No problem. Corsair even has a 2133MHz 2GB kit if you have a spare $520 to throw around

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820145212

Paul Olivenza Jr 6 years ago

[quote user="bob_on_the_cob"]

No problem. Corsair even has a 2133MHz 2GB kit if you have a spare $520 to throw around

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820145212

[/quote] 

 Cool Bob . . . buit since my project is caught in the new i7 release . . . I'll watch out for the triple channel version. Yes

Der Meister 6 years ago

DDR2 is still king of price/ performance, Much like back in the day when the LGA775 scoket supported DDR2 and 939 supported DDR and DDR was the way to go until DDR2 cought up and surpassed DDR in price for performance.

bob_on_the_cob 6 years ago

Yeah, but DDR3 is catching up a lot faster than DDR2 did.

Paul Olivenza Jr 6 years ago

[quote user="Der Meister"]

DDR2 is still king of price/ performance, Much like back in the day when the LGA775 scoket supported DDR2 and 939 supported DDR and DDR was the way to go until DDR2 cought up and surpassed DDR in price for performance.

[/quote] 

 Well of course . . . that's because the mainstream PC users has it in their systems . . . and most of these users are not into upgrades not until their PC's cronks up Big Smile . . . put in mind that upgrading to DDR3 will affect a lot of components which will cost a lot.

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