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Old 12th September 2008, 07:32   #1
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Default Kingston HyperX XMP-1800 2GB DDR3 Memory Kit

Kingston is one of the big wigs when it comes to producing memory modules. Kingston HyperX memory modules have made some impressive strides; the DDR2 modules are amongst the highest quality out there. And with DDR3 showing clock frequencies up to the 2000MHz range now, Kingston is on the front line of clock power.

Today Kingston enters the XMP market with the highest clocked XMP kit we have seen thus far, that being 1800MHz. Letís see how it compares to our OCZ XMP 1600 modules.

http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/159...kit/index.html
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