Kingston Releases 3GB HyperX DDR2 SO-DIMM Kits

Kingston Technology Releases HyperX High-Performance DDR2 SO-DIMMs in 3GB Kits

Fountain Valley, CA - July 9, 2008 - Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it is shipping
HyperXR 667MHz and 800MHz low-latency DDR2 SO-DIMM notebook memory in 3GB kits. The 3GB SO-DIMM kits are an excellent way to take advantage of the Microsoft Windows VistaR 32-bit operating system and for notebook users running mid- to high-performance applications. Kingston's 3GB kits boost
system performance and assure users that their notebooks are equal in memory capacity to most of the desktop systems sold on the market today.

The release of the 3GB SO-DIMM kits continues a series of new performance notebook memory offerings from KingstonR. Kingston HyperX memory is now available in 2GB, 3GB and 4GB kits.

Kingston 3GB Kit HyperX 667MHz & 800MHz Low Latency DDR2 SO-DIMM Specifications:

Part Number - KHX5300S2LLK2/3G
3GB 667MHz Low Latency DDR2 (CL4-4-4-12 @ 1.8v) SO-DIMMs, kit of 2
$ 102.50 (MSRP U.S. only)

Part Number - KHX6400S2LLK2/3G
3GB 800MHz Low Latency DDR2 (CL5-5-5-18 @ 1.8v) SO-DIMMs, kit of 2
$ 106.25 (MSRP U.S. only)

Kingston HyperX memory is backed by a lifetime warranty and free, 24/7 technical support. For more detailed information, please visit the Kingston Web site.

Via:  Kingston
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Comments
Super Dave 6 years ago

1.5 gig modules; that's different. 3 gigs in dual-channel!

vhall 6 years ago

 That's a 2 and a 1gb stick- http://www.ec.kingston.com/ecom/configurator_new/PartsInfo.asp?root=&LinkBack=&ktcpartno=KHX5300S2LLK2/3G

Wonder why no one comes out with 2 -1.5 gb modules.Seems like a no brainer.Does anyone know if it's possible to

engineer such modules.Maybe they don't want to cut sales of 4 gig kits.

Super Dave 6 years ago

[quote user="vhall"]

Wonder why no one comes out with 2 -1.5 gb modules.Seems like a no brainer.Does anyone know if it's possible to

engineer such modules.

[/quote]

Good question!

Marco C 6 years ago
I'm fairly certain its a 2GB and a 1GB module.
Super Dave 6 years ago

[quote user="BigWop"]I'm fairly certain its a 2GB and a 1GB module.[/quote]

So NO dual-channel?Sad Perhaps it would be better to purchase a couple of 2 gig modules for the added dual-channel bandwidth increase and just forget about Windows not recognizing it all. Of course if your board doesn't do dual-channel then get the 3 gig kit!

 

recoveringknowitall 6 years ago

While thumbing through some of the ad flyers that come in the sunday paper I noticed that alot of new desktops are coming with 6gb now. 

 

Leafer 6 years ago

[quote user="recoveringknowitall"]

While thumbing through some of the ad flyers that come in the sunday paper I noticed that alot of new desktops are coming with 6gb now. 

 

[/quote] 

 yes indeed I have noticed that also, right now many desktops are coming with 6gb.

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