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Kingston Technology First to Ship 2133MHz Memory for Intel Core i5 Platform

  • 14 September, 2009 11:00

<p><em>Fast HyperX 4GB Kits Available at 1.65 Volts; 8GB Kits to Come</em><br/>
<strong>Sydney, Australia</strong> – <strong>September 14, 2009</strong>
– Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory
products, today announced it is leading the charge in memory support for Intel’s
new LGA1156 Core i5 and Core i7 systems by shipping super-fast 2133MHz HyperX
running at a low 1.65 volts. The XMP-ready Kingston 4GB dual-channel 2133MHz
CL8 kit is the perfect choice for ultra-enthusiasts who are ready to take the
Intel Core i5 platform to the next level of memory overclocking performance.<br/>
“Intel has worked closely with Kingston on testing HyperX memory for use
with the Core i5 platform and P55 chipset,” said Geof Findley, Memory
Ecosystem Manager, Intel. “We’ve seen great results from all of
the Kingston memory especially the high-performance dual-channel kits. The combination
of Kingston HyperX and Core i5 utilizing the Nehalem architecture brings unsurpassed
performance for mainstream and enthusiast users.”<br/>
Kingston is shipping a family of XMP-ready HyperX products in different frequencies
to support users of all levels who want to take full advantage of the Core i5
platform. HyperX memory running at 1.65 volts are shipping in 4GB kits at 1333-,
1600-, 2000- and 2133MHz frequencies. In late September, Kingston will launch
8GB kits of two in 1333- and 1600MHz frequencies for users who wish to take
advantage of 64-bit operating systems.<br/>
“Kingston has worked with our terrific partners including Intel, Asus,
Gigabyte and MSI worldwide, to develop a series of memory kits that deliver
top-notch performance on the some of the finest motherboards being launched
this week,” said Vaughan Nankivell, Regional Manager- Australia and New
Zealand for Kingston Technology. “While the 2133MHz modules are engineered
for benchmarkers and overclockers, our recently released 1600MHz frequency is
the perfect choice for mainstream users who want to build their own rigs with
P55 motherboards and 1156-pin processors.”<br/>
Videos showing the top-of-class HyperX 2133MHz CL8 kits working on P55-based
motherboards from Asus and Gigabyte are available at:<br/>
1.<a href="#"></a> (Asus)<br/>
2.<a href="#"></a> (Gigabyte)<br/>
Kingston has also changed its part numbering system to make it easier to decipher.
All HyperX part numbers begin with a ‘KHX’ designator and are now
followed by the module’s frequency. A complete explanation can be found
at <a href="#"></a>.</p>
<p></p><table border="1" bordercolor="#000000" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="0" width="350">
<tr bgcolor="#99FFFF">
<td colspan="2"><font size="1"><strong>Kingston HyperX DDR3 Dual-Channel 1.65
volt Specifications</strong></font></td>
<td><strong><font size="1">Part Number</font></strong></td>
<td><strong><font size="1">Capacity and Features</font></strong></td>
<td><strong><font size="1">KHX2133C8D3T1K2/4GX</font></strong></td>
<td><font size="1">4GB 2133MHz (CL8-8-8-24 @ 1.65v)<br/>
kit of 2 optimized for XMP</font></td>
<td><strong><font size="1">KHX2133C9D3T1K2/4GX</font></strong></td>
<td><font size="1">4GB 2133MHz (CL9-9-9-27 @ 1.65v)<br/>
kit of 2 optimized for XMP</font></td>
<td><strong><font size="1">X2000C8D3T1K2/4GX</font></strong></td>
<td><font size="1">4GB 2000MHz (CL8-8-8-24 @ 1.65v)<br/>
kit of 2 optimized for XMP</font></td>
<td><strong><font size="1">KHX2000C9D3T1K2/4GX</font></strong></td>
<td><font size="1">4GB 2000MHz (CL9-9-9-27 @ 1.65v)<br/>
kit of 2 optimized for XMP</font></td>
<td><strong><font size="1">KHX1600C8D3T1K2/4GX</font></strong></td>
<td><font size="1">4GB 1600MHz (CL8-8-8-24 @ 1.65v)<br/>
kit of 2 optimized for XMP</font></td>
<td><strong><font size="1">KHX1600C8D3K2/4GX</font></strong></td>
<td><font size="1">4GB 1600MHz (CL8-8-8-24 @ 1.65v)<br/>
kit of 2 optimized for XMP</font></td>
<td><strong><font size="1">KHX1333C7D3K2/4GX</font></strong></td>
<td><font size="1"> 4GB 1333MHz (CL7-7-7-21 @ 1.65v)<br/>
kit of 2 optimized for XMP</font></td>
<strong>Product Summary</strong><br/>
Manufacturer: Kingston Technology<br/>
Product name : Kingston HyperX DDR3 Dual-Channel 1.65 volt <br/>
RRP for KHX2133C8D3T1K2/4GX: A$672, NZ$$850<br/>
RRP for KHX2133C9D3T1K2/4GX: A$461, NZ$$583 <br/>
RRP for KHX2000C8D3T1K2/4GX: A$340, NZ$$429<br/>
RRP for KHX2000C9D3T1K2/4GX: A$238, NZ$$301<br/>
RRP for KHX1600C8D3T1K2/4GX: A$225, NZ$$284<br/>
RRP for KHX1600C8D3K2/4GX: A$218, NZ$$276<br/>
RRP for KHX1333C7D3K2/4GX: A$206, NZ$$259<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 NZKingston memory is backed
by a lifetime warranty and free technical support.<br/>
For more detailed information visit <a href="#"></a>.To
discuss this product on Kingston Blog, please go to <a href="#"></a>.
To try the game “Challenge Your Memory”, 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>. To try the
game “Search for Genuine Kingston”, please go to <a href="#"></a>.<br/>
<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, Vietnam,
and Latin America. For more information, please visit <a href="#"></a>.<br/>
<font size="1">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.</font><font size="2"><br/>
<strong>PR CONTACT</strong><br/>
Renato Catalan<br/>
Gap Marketing and Management Pty Ltd<br/>
Website: <a href="#"></a> </font>

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