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Old 03-19-2009, 01:53 AM
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Default Kingston HyperX T1 1866 (KHX14900D3T1K3/6GX) @ Bjorn3D

We've been noticing a fluctuation on the playing field of memory and Kingston has been scoring the touchdowns right and left with their HyperX lineup. We've been keeping a close eye on the different triple channel kits available for Core i7 machines and the bandwidth has been amazing. Kingston's line of HyperX and the new Kingston T1 heatspreader have been right there at the forefront of triple channel memory technology. Providing blazing speed and massive bandwidth, and looking good doing it, the Kingston HyperX T1 1866 we have to look at today just performs better than an 1866 MHz kit of triple channel should. Easily outdistancing kits rated to run at the same speed or faster it awed and amazed us.

Kick back and relax but if you've got any loose papers laying around put a paperweight on them because this kit will blow you away.

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