Kingston HyperX T1 4GB DDR3-2133 kit handles the high speeds easily

by Rafael Hernandez on November 11, 2009 · 1 comment

Kingston HyperX T1Yes your new rig is quite impressive what with its many hyper-threaded cores and graphics cards to match, unfortunately your RAM isn’t keeping up with the demands for bandwidth. Whatever will you do?

Kingston’s HyperX T1 4GB DDR3-2133 memory kit allows for some mighty fine overclocking allowing your computer to hit new performance heights without breaking a sweat. PureOC has the review:

In Everest we see that the modules are again competing extremely closely at rated speeds, virtually a wash across the speeds and settings. The Kingston modules really start to stretch their legs, so to speak, around standard 1866MHz (particularly at CAS8) but we’ve seen they have plenty left in reserve, so if you have the motherboard to push them, you can very comfortably run these modules above their rated speed of 2133MHz. The maximum overclock is where the difference is really evident.

Extremely potent memory here, just don’t go bragging too much to your friends…if you want to keep them that is.

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