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Kingston 12GB HyperX T1 Black Edition Memory Kit Review

Posted on Wednesday, April 06 2011 @ 12:49:59 CEST by


Bjorn3D had this memory kit on the test bench and awards it with a Silver award for its nice cooling, easy overclockability and great performance in memory-intensive applications.

"While the HyperX T1 Series are not new to the market, and have previously been introduced in both dual- and triple-channel variants, with the release of the Black Edition, Kingston has expanded the maximum RAM to 24GB. The Kingston Hyper X T1 Black Edition is offered in three kits: 6GB, 12GB, and 24GB. The definitive feature of the newly introduced memory is the black heatsink. Aside from its looks the memory is made to support the performance of the Core i7 990x and is designed for a stock frequency of 1600 MHz with a latency of 9-9-9-27. However, the frequency can be overclocked in order to achieve maximum performance, which we intend to test in this review."




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