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Kingston launches new HyperX fan for overclocking memory

Written by IT News on 11:16 PM

Following the introduction of the new series of "value" mainstream SSDs, Kingston Technology also introduced a new accessory for high-end range of HyperX memory modules. This new product HyperX Fan specially built for the company's latest HyperX, high-speed memory module, an advanced cooling solution to improve the life and overall performance. In addition, the new HyperX
Fans can overclocking enthusiasts to further enhance the overall performance of their system by adjusting the frequency of the memory modules.

"At LAN parties, and benchmarking events in the world HyperX enthusiasts said they wanted to have something nice to look cool mind," says Dara Sunday, HyperX product manager, Kingston. "We have listened and developed this fan as the perfect complement for both standard and higher T1 HyperX series modules. Hip the blue lights give it a Bling factor is the difference between first and second place in a system build.

Like many other memory suppliers, Kingston has its own line of high performance memory modules, catering to the needs of PC enthusiasts and high-end PC users. This is the case with Kingston HyperX range, including a series of modules designed for overclocking of high-performance desktop platforms. The latest product to join the high-end family's new HyperX fan, as shown by two 60mm fans working at a low noise level of 25 dBA.

Available both as a standalone product and as part of a package that also 6GB Kingston in 2000 - and 1800MHz triple channel memory kit with T1 heatspreaders for Intel Core i7 systems. These new cooling solutions are designed with eight small blue LEDs as impressive lighting effect when the fan is switched HyperX.

As a standalone product, the new Kingston HyperX Fan will be available for an MSRP of U.S. $ 23.

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