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Kingston Technology Releases HyperX Fan

  • 03 June, 2009 12:30

<p><em>New Fan Keeps HyperX Memory Cool While Looking Cool</em><br/>
<strong>Sydney, Australia</strong> –<strong> (June 3, 2009)</strong> –
Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products,
today announced its new HyperX Fan, designed specifically to keep Kingston HyperX
memory cool. The dual 60mm fans optimize airflow around the modules helping
memory run at peak performance for longer periods of time. A video of the new
HyperX Fan has been posted on YouTube at<br/>
“At LAN parties and benchmarking events worldwide, HyperX enthusiasts
told us they wanted something cool looking to keep the memory cool,” said
Vaughan Nankivell, Regional Manager- Australia and New Zealand for Kingston
Technology. “We listened and thus developed this fan as the perfect complement
for both the standard and taller HyperX T1 series modules. The hip blue lights
give it a bling factor that could be the difference between first and second
place in a system-build competition.”<br/>
The HyperX Fan is made of anodized aluminum and in the same familiar blue color
as the HyperX heatspreaders. When turned on, the fan blades are illuminated
by eight small blue LEDs. Power use is minimal and noise is not an issue as
the fan runs at a whisper-quiet 25 dBA*. The fan is available as a standalone
or bundled with Kingston’s 6GB 2000- and 1800MHz triple-channel memory
kits with the T1 heatspreaders for Intel Core i7 systems.<br/>
The Kingston HyperX Fan is backed by a one-year warranty and free technical
support. For detailed information, please visit the Kingston Web site at <a href="#"></a>.</p>
<p></p><table border="1" bordercolor="#000000" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="0" width="350">
<tr bgcolor="#66FFFF">
<td colspan="2"><div align="center"><font size="1"><strong>KingstonHyperX
<td><strong><font size="1">Part Number</font></strong></td>
<td><strong><font size="1">Capacity and Features</font></strong></td>
<td><font size="1">KHX-FAN</font></td>
<td><font size="1">HyperX fan (stand-alone fan)</font></td>
<td><font size="1">KHX16000D3T1FK3/6GX</font></td>
<td><font size="1">6GB 2000MHz (CL9-9-9-27 @ 1.65v)<br/>
</font><font size="1">DDR3 kit of 3 optimized for XMP w/HX fan</font>
<td><font size="1">KHX14400D3T1FK3/6GX</font></td>
<td><font size="1">6GB 1800MHz (CL9-9-9-27 @ 1.65v)<br/>
DDR3 kit of 3 optimized for XMP w/HX fan </font></td>
<font size="1">* Maximum acoustical noise 28 dBA<br/>
</font><strong>Product Summary</strong><br/>
Manufacturer: Kingston Technology<br/>
Product Name : Kingston HyperX Fan<br/>
RRP HyperX fan: TBA<br/>
Website: <a href="#"> </a><br/>
Australian Distributors:Avnet Australia Pty Ltd, Ingram Micro, Simms International
Pty Ltd., Synnex Australia PTY Ltd.<br/>
New Zealand Distributors: Ingram Micro NZ, Synnex NZ<br/>
Availability: This product is currently announced in Computex Taipei and shipping
soon to Australia
To discuss this product on Kingston Blog, please go to <a href="#"></a>.To
find out if your Kingston product is genuine, Kingston also provides an online
verification site: <a href="#"></a>.
<p><strong>About Kingston Technology Company, Inc</strong>.<br/>
Kingston Technology Company, Inc. is the world’s largest independent manufacturer
of memory products. Kingston designs, manufactures and distributes memory products
for desktops, laptops, servers, printers, and Flash memory products for PDAs,
mobile phones, digital cameras, and MP3 players. Through its global network
of subsidiaries and affiliates, Kingston has manufacturing facilities in California,
Malaysia, Taiwan, China and sales representatives in the United States, Europe,
Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, Australia, New Zealand, India, Taiwan, China, and Latin
America. For more information, please visit <a href="#"><br/>
</a>Kingston and the Kingston logo are registered trademarks of Kingston Technology
Corporation. All rights reserved. All other marks may be the property of their
respective titleholders.<br/>
<strong>PR CONTACT</strong><br/>
Renato Catalan<br/>
Gap Marketing and Management Pty Ltd<br/>
Website: <a href="#"> </a></p>

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