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Come see top overclockers break records at G.Skill’s Computex Taipei showcase

The upcoming Intel Haswell CPUs will purportedly come with increased core and memory frequency headroom over the previous generations, especially under extreme subzero cooling. At the upcoming G.Skill Computex showcase, top overclockers representing the major motherboard manufacturers will be looking to raise the bar once again on the performance frontiers.

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Kingston HyperX T1 2400MHz 8GB Kit Review

Kingston's current offerings in the DRAM market might not seem as aggressive as some of the other vendors, however Kingston is bringing back some of their old lines such as the T1 line with tall heatspeaders. This is one of Kingston's latest shots at the high-end DRAM market for Z77

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Kingston Intros HyperX Predator Series Memory

Kingston's newest line of system memory was announced today, the HyperX Predator series. Available in speeds ranging from DDR3-1600 MHz to DDR3-2666 MHz, the memory is available in various memory densities and kit capacities, not to mention a swanky new heatsink design that is doubly long as a standard memory

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