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Old 12th August, 2008, 04:03 AM
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Kingston HyperX 2GB DDR3-1375 RAM kit

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When a person thinks of RAM, the main things that pop into their mind is brands, speeds, types, and price. Kingston, a long-time manufacturer of memory, has released to us a fantastic lightweight kit of DDR3 - the KHX11000D3LLK2/2G DDR3 1375MHz 2GB kit. With its sleek lines and shimmery blue dust anodized coating, it's more than just a piece of good equipment, it's a fashionable, streamlined set of RAM that won't hurt your wallet.

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Old 12th August, 2008, 12:56 PM
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When I comes to Kingston memory I look at it this way.
They ARE a very Good midrange memory that just works when you use them like most Intel mobos & CPU's.
Kingston is what I got in my other old system as a matter of a fact.

But when it comes to "High Performance" memory I want the stuff from the makers that specialize in this as that's when you get what you really want.
Kingston tries to do this and does a fare job of it, but I'd still rather use Corsair, G.Skill, OCz, Mushkin, etc for "my" OCed Gaming system to get the most out of it...

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