It really has been quite some time since we have looked at memory from Kingston. Since that time Kingston has not only changed the design of their heatspreaders, but also launched their new Genesis HyperX memory as well. Today we are going to be unboxing 2 different memory kits, the HyperX Limited Edition (KHX1600C7D3X1K2/4GX) and the HyperX Genesis (KHX1600C9D3X2K2/8GX). We just want to show you the difference in the 2 memory kits and the Genesis memory up close. Read on to check out our Unboxing video!
Product Link: Genesis | Limited Edition
Prodvided By: Kingston
Information: High-performance speed freak memory module seeks extreme gamer or PC Enthusiast for serious long-term relationship. Not much into long walks on the beach but for high-speed destruction of your enemies and universal domination, I’m your module. I’m even available in DDR3 for higher speeds, lower latencies and lower power consumption than DDR2. I’m extremely reliable and reliably extreme. And I’ll bring your PC’s performance to an entirely new level.
Quad-channel now available!
Capacities up to 8GB (dual channel), 24GB (triple channel), 32GB (quad channel)
DDR2 available in single and dual channel memory kits and speeds up to 1066MHz
DDR3 available in single, dual triple and quad channel memory kits and speeds up to 2000MHz
Compatible with Intel XMP auto-overclocking function (available with selected models)
1.7v–1.95v voltage range for dual channel applications for AMD based systems and Intel chipsets older than X58
1.65v voltage for triple channel Intel Core i7 9xx series applications
1.65v voltage for dual channel Intel Core i5 7xx series and Core i7 8xx series applications