Introduction of the Kingston HyperX 2000MHz
Today, no matter what CPU you get and no matter how well it overclocks with low bandwidth ram like the current Intel Core i7 processor you will never see a memory manufacturer sit at JEDEC standards for memory. We have ran several ram kits rated at 1333MHz and seen some really good overclocks and bandwidth numbers. When you have companies like Kingston who are known for giving a customer more for less why not go for the whole nine yards. This is the case with our latest review sample.
The Kingston Hyper DDR3 2000MHz 3GB ram kit is all that and a bag of chips. This kits will give you blistering speed you want when mixing ram overclocks with CPU intense frequencies. Yeah you may look down at the 3GB amount of ram here but you most remember that you need an 64-bit operating system to support anything over 4 gigs. The chances are most readers are still sitting on the XP OS. Many have not elected to jump on the Vista wagon. So this kit is ideal for many including someone like me. So, sit back relax and read on as we take a look at the latest kit from Kingston.
Kingston has something to say about HyperX 2000MHz
Kingston's KHX16000D3K3/3GX is a triple-channel kit of three 128M x 64-bit 1GB (1024MB) DDR3-2000 CL9 SDRAM (Synchronous DRAM) memory modules, based on eight 128M x 8-bit DDR3 FBGA components per module. Each module kit supports Intel® XMP (Extreme Memory Profiles). Each module kit has been tested to run at DDR3- 2000MHz at a latency timing of 9-9-9 at 1.65V. The SPDs are programmed to JEDEC standard latency DDR3-1333Mhz timing of 9-9-9 at 1.5V. Each 240-pin DIMM uses gold contact fingers and requires +1.5V. The JEDEC standard electrical and mechanical specifications are as follows.