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|3rd May 2010, 11:19||#1|
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Kingston Hyper X 2000MHz Review
Today we have on test the KHX2000C8D3T1K3/6GX. Quite a snappy name huh. So although the entire range is the Hyper X, for convenience we'll call it that through the review.
If you've been following the memory market for a little while you'll be able to work out the specifications from the model number. KHX for Kingston Hyper X. 2000 is the memory speed in MHz. C8 for CAS8. D3 for DDR3. T1 for timing rate 1 and K3/6 for the 3 Kingston sticks, 6GB of RAM.
So in English this is a 6GB DDR3 2GHz CAS8 kit.
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