|Kingston HyperX T1 XMP Memory for Sandybridge|
|Tuesday, 15 February 2011|
Kingston HyperX T1 XMP Memory for Sandybridge Review
Today we have something very special for review, one of the very few early samples of an upcoming kit developed by Kingston specifically for Intel's Sandybridge platform - a new certified 8GB HyperX bundle which runs at a very tasty 2133mhz.
Kingston might not always come to mind first when considering high performance memory for a new system, but KitGuru has been impressed with all the samples we have received in the last year. In preparation for this review during the week, we found some interesting statistics which might surprise many people ... they managed to hold a staggering 45.8% marketshare in 2010.
Today we are reviewing the upcoming KHX2133C9AD3T1FK4/8GX kit rated at 2133mhz CL9-11-9-27 timings @ 1.65 volts and which features a seperate cooling fan.
Does performance memory really make a difference with a Sandybridge system, in the real world? Today we will find out... KitGuru