Kingston has been making some aggressively moves recently to strengthen their HyperX line-up. Apart from the already announced HyperX LoVo and Blu, we also saw the world’s fastest DDR3 memories as well as watercooled HyperX H2O. Kingston has threw a wonderful party today showcasing their entire line-up with an impressive turnout from partners and media. There is also a live demo on their USB 3.0 HyperX External SSD where the sequential speed tops 200MB/s for reads and 156MB/s for writes. Last but not least, some Kingston models for you to drool over.

Kingston has been making some aggressively moves recently to strengthen their HyperX line-up.

First, we saw some nice green memory known as the HyperX LoVo (Low Voltage) clocked at 1600MHz/1.25V and 1866MHz/1.35V for HTPC users. 

Kingston also released a value variant of their HyperX known as the ‘blu’ available in DDR3 1600 and 1333MHz.

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Over at Computex, Kingston announced world’s fastest triple channel DDR3-2333MHz and dual channel DDR3-2544MHz that took the performance crown back from Corsair.

Last but not least, we saw a watercooled prototype known as the HyperX H2O that will challenge OCZ Flex XLC series.

Kingston has threw a wonderful party today showcasing their entire line-up with an impressive turnout from partners and media. There is also a live demo on their USB 3.0 HyperX External SSD where the sequential speed tops 200MB/s for reads and 156MB/s for writes.

Last but not least, some Kingston models for you to drool over.

 

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