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fredag, 12. april 2013, 17:13


De fleste der har haft en stationær PC og som har gået op i high performance eller overclocking, har på et eller andet tidspunkt har Kingston HyperX moduler i maskinen. Her er der en test at deres nye Kingston HyperX Beast moduler, der sparker røv.


To help commemorate those ten years, Kingston sent me one of their HyperX Genesis 10th Anniversary Special Edition DDR3 memory kits, and a couple others as well. The set we are looking at today is one of those other sets: the HyperX Beast 2400 C11 kit. It is a smaller 8 GB kit as opposed to the 16 GB Genesis kit I looked at just a short while ago. Although it seems to sport similar timings and stock speeds in a different metal husk, I was pleasantly surprised to find something completely different. This isn't a new kit on the market, but it is, when it comes to enthusiast memory, a pretty affordable kit that comes clocked at speeds pretty much every current platform, Intel and AMD alike, supports when overclocking. Is there a Beast hidden within? Let's poke it and find out!





Link: TechPowerUp

http://www.tweak.dk/nyheder2.php?id=3747…z_CL_11_2x_4_GB


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