We recently checked out the Kingston HyperX T1 PC3-22400 kit and while out of the box the 2800MHz DDR clock it offered was the highest of its kind we've had to date, we found ourselves a little underwhelmed with what we got out of the kit. The T1 series from Kingston has been around for ages, and we really feel that the heatsink has really done its thing, and it's time to move on.
While more than capable, it just felt like we've been staring at the same look for years and with companies like Corsair recently refreshing the Dominator Series and G.Skill constantly changing its heatsink designs, we felt that while Kingston continued to create some fantastic memory, they were missing out as companies move forward with heatsink design.
Today, though, we've seen a new addition to the popular HyperX line. The Predator sits alongside the known Blu and Genesis series which we've tested many times in the past at different speeds. So what are we getting out of the new Predator series? Well, let's find out with the new kit we've got on hand today.
Straight away you continue to see that heavy emphasis on blue along with the black X down the middle of the kit. We're not dealing with a matte design, instead we've got an iridescent / glittery design, which we like. It's something a bit different and it's nice to see Kingston mix it up a bit for a change.
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