Kingston releases new HyperXs for Intel’s new mobile processor family

By on March 6, 2011
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The 1600MHz kit will be available in 4GB and 8GB versions.


Kingston, the popular memory makers, has released new Kingston HyperX modules that supports Intel Core’s 2nd generation mobile processor, codenamed ‘Huron River’. The dual-channel memory kits are the “fastest modules” for notebooks, claims Kingston.

“Our latest HyperX SO-DIMMs are the best way to boost the system performance of notebook PCs, as well as mini-ITX motherboards and mobile-based systems, by replacing standard memory with high-speed, higher capacity modules,” said Antoine Harb, Business Development Manager- MEA, Kingston. “With the memory’s simple plug and play feature, system performance is enhanced fast and effortlessly without the need of having to manually adjust the BIOS or load overclocking profiles.”

The 1600Mhz SO-DIMM Kits will be available in 4GB and 8GB varieties and do not require any XMP profiles – making them plug and play.


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