Kingston HyperX

. 22 October 2008
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HyperX DDR3 memory, the next-generation evolution of DDR memory technology. Like all Kingston HyperX products, HyperX DDR3 modules are specifically engineered and designed to meet the rigorous requirements of PC enthusiasts. HyperX DDR3 offers faster speeds, lower latencies, higher data bandwidths and lower power consumption. HyperX is available in single and dual-channel memory kits.

HyperX DDR3* features:

  • 1.7 Volts operation
  • Memory signal termination inside the memory chip (On-Die Termination) to prevent reflected signal transmission errors
  • Operational enhancements to increase memory performance, efficiency and timing margins
  • CAS Latencies: 5 (Ultra Low Latency) and 7 (Low Latency)
  • Currently available in speeds up to 1.5GHz and capacities up to 2GB kits
  • DDR3 memory modules are not backward compatible to DDR2 and DDR based motherboards, due to incompatible module connections (number of pins), voltage and DRAM technology. DDR3 memory modules have a different key or notch than the same-sized DDR and DDR2 modules to prevent their insertion into an incompatible memory socket. HyperX is available in single and dual-channel memory kits.
* DDR3 memory modules are not backward compatible to DDR2 based motherboards, due to incompatible module connections (number of pins), voltage and DRAM technology. DDR3 memory modules have a different key or notch than the same-sized DDR2 modules to prevent their insertion into an incompatible memory socket. HyperX is available in single and dual-channel memory kits.

† The information below will help illustrate the appropriate settings when adjusting the memory timings in the motherboard BIOS for optimum performance. Please note that these settings may vary depending on motherboard make/model or BIOS update.

Notice: All Kingston products are tested to meet our published specifications. Some system or motherboard configurations may not operate at the published HyperX memory speeds and timing settings. Kingston does not recommend that any user attempt to run their computers faster than the published speed. Overclocking or modifying your system timing may result in damage to computer components.

From www.kingston.com

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