Kingston HyperX Genesis 2133MHz Memory Kit Review




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We are big fans of Kingston and have always made that publicly known and for many reasons. They are one of the companies out there in the big wide world who have stood the test of time and are still keen on expanding their market and coming up with new, exciting, innovative ideas. They cater for pretty much everybody, whether you need a USB flash drive, or some memory for your notebook or even some value RAM for your workstation. Kingston do it all.

Another thing that Kingston do, is produce high end memory for all types of systems from AMD to Intel and today sees us look at a set of memory specifically designed for Intel’s Sandybridge platform.

Sandybridge is still the new hot toy on the market, as AMD have delayed Bulldozer to July/August (apparently), therefore memory manufacturers are keen to show their hand at what can be achieved and this memory is no different sporting 2133MHz speeds with a CAS latency of 9 operating at 1.65V.

Kingston HyperX Genesis 2133MHz Memory Kit Review 1

Specifications

  • Standard 256M X 64
  • Non-ECC
  • 2133MHz
  • 240-pin Unbuffered DIMM
  • DDR3, 1.65V
  • CL9
  • FBGA, Gold
  • Lifetime warranty

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