Kingston HyperX H20 cools off with the mighty power of liquids

by Rafael Hernandez on August 2, 2010 · 0 comments

The enthusiast PC market tends to go all out when it comes to cooling their components no matter what they might be. Cooling blocks exist for just about anything as long as there are mounting holes around it and if there aren’t there’s always epoxy.

Kingston wants to ease your mind about your memory’s thermal output with their new HyperX H20 memory modules. The high speed dual and triple channel kits hit some high frequencies (2000MHz and 2133MHz models) and are effectively cooled by your system’s liquid cooling setup. Hopefully they won’t mess with your intricately designed loop which you so painstakingly routed.

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