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Kingston PC4300 Hyper-X Review

Posted on Saturday, March 13 2004 @ 16:00:19 CET by LSDsmurf


Most Overclocking projects have taken on higher bus speeds than ever, thanks to the high quality processors that AMD and Intel have released. No small thanks goes to the major motherboard manufacturers, as they have given us reliable platforms that have done nothing but boost performance and assure 100% stability. No small backbone in any computer system is memory and by utilizing the latest in memory technology, we are able to push the entire CPU/motherboard union to levels previously unheard of. Kingston is on the verge of releasing their PC4300 modules, in both 512MB (2x 256MB) and 1GB (2x 512MB) Dual-Channel and stand alone module kits. The expected time-frame to hit the streets is March 10th, so we're going to give you a quick peek at what you can expect. Read the full review here.



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