Recently Kingston introduced their brand new HyperX Savage Series DDR3 memory kits. The HyperX Savage series effectively replaces the HyperX Genesis series that has been on the market for a few years now. The refresh sees a new improved and stylish red heatspreader, black PCB and of course the great quality we expect from Kingston. Kingston’s HyperX Savage memory is available with speeds ranging from 1600 MHz to 2400 MHz in single 4GB and 8GB modules and dual-channel kits ranging from 8GB all the way up to 32GB. Today we will be taking a look at the highest clocked kit the HX324C11SRK2/16 which runs at 2400 MHz with timings of 11-13-14 at 1.65V. Let’s get them on the test bench and see how they do!
Kingston HyperX Savage Features
– Dual channel available
– Quad channel available
– Capacities from 4GB–8GB (single), 4GB–32GB (kits)
– Frequency speed 1600MHz, 1866MHz, 2133MHz and 2400MHz
– CAS latency CL9-CL11
– Voltage 1.5V, 1.6V, 1.65V
– Asymmetric heat spreader for stylish heat dissipation
– Compatible with H67, H97, P67, Z68, Z77, Z87, Z97 and H61 Intel chipsets, as well as A75, A87, A88, A89, A78 and E35 AMD chipsets
The HyperX Savage comes in the typical clamshell package we are used to seeing from Kingston. On the front it does let us know that it is a HyperX product, the capacity, speed and timings.
There is not a whole lot inside of the package besides the two memory modules, warranty guide and case sticker.