Kingston is also adding to it’s triple channel memory kit lineup with its second generation of 2GHz HyperX DDR3 3GB and 6GB kits. Legit Reviews took a look at the original Kingston HyperX 2GHz kit back in November and found that it was a very impressive memory kit. These two new kits feature an ultra low-latency (ULL) of CAS 8 (CL8-8-8-24 1N at 1.65V), which is much tighter than the original kit that was launched with CAS 9 timings (CL9-9-9-27 1N at 1.65V). These triple channel kits are designed for use on Core i7 and X58 platforms running at 1.65 volts and of course, come with Kingston’s lifetime warranty. MSRP pricing has not yet been announced.
These ULL kits are also equiped with Kingston’s T1 heatspreaders using HyperX Thermal Xchange (HTX) technology for optimal cooling. Kingston’s T1 heatspreaders can be found on kits ranging from 2GB DDR2-800MHz to 6GB DDR3-2000MHz.
The Kingston HyperX T1 heat spreader is something that will catch your eye for sure and it just looks awesome.
Which do you think looks better? Sound off in the forums with what your thoughts are on these new ULL DDR3 triple channel memory kits, new SDHC Video cards, and Kingston teaming up with Intel to offer SSDNow solid-state drives!
Kingston has posted a fun marketing video of their product offerings that will be displayed at CES featuring a system running 24GB of ValueRam! So while we leave you with this clip, stay tuned for much more of LR’s coverage from Las Vegas, NV and the 2009 CES!