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Kingston HyperX Fan

Introduction

Kingston has released a new accessory for their popular HyperX family of RAM, the HyperX Fan. This little add-on adds two 60mm fans to help cool off your RAM in extreme situations. We’ll check out this little beauty on the bench and see how well it performs under pressure.

Specifications

At the time of this writing I could not find this product on Kingston’s website and I did not receive any sort of manual with the product so I had to do a little bit of googling to find what the HyperX Fan has to offer. Here is what I found:

Kingston HyperX Fan
Fans 2 60mm
Noise 28dBA max
LEDs 2 Blue

Unboxing

The Kingston HyperX Fan is a very nice looking piece of equipment and doesn’t feel anything close to flimsy. It consists of two 60mm fans in a solid frame, and two side panels that attach to the motherboard and are attached to the frame with 4 thumb screws.

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    • Since it was just released, I haven’t seen it for sale anywhere as of yet. The fan is available as a standalone product that should be sold for $23, or bundled with Kingston’s 6 GB 2000 MHz (KHX16000D3T1FK3/6GX – CL9-9-9-27 @ 1.65V) and 1800 MHz (KHX14400D3T1FK3/6GX – CL9-9-9-27 @ 1.65V) triple-channel memory kits for Intel Core i7 systems.

      When I find a place to buy, I will reply with a link. Sorry for now…

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