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Old 15th September 2010, 09:29   #1
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Default Kingston HyperX DDR3: 2.5 GHz for Everyday

A few months ago, we tested Kingston's infamous HyperX 2133 CL8. This
was the best and most expensive memory money could buy at the moment.
Since competition hardly rested on their laurels, it was expected for
more manufacturers to appear on the market with 2133 MHz models. The
reputed manufacturer such as Kingston wouldn't be as reputed if they
hadn't had the custom of surprising us just when we thought that a
certain memory technology has hit its peak, in this case, DDR3. The
competition was going around 2200 MHz, when Kingston decided to send us
two kits of its newest memory, declared to 2333 and 2400 MHz, respectively…
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