Kingston has been in business for longer then most of us have probably been building systems. Well known for its ValueRAM and HyperX memory lines, as well as some pretty damned impressive flash memory, Kingston knows how to dish up a delectable entrée of performance.
Of course, to compete in the enthusiast memory market, a company has to have a snazzy moniker to dub its series of extreme chips. Following this unwritten law, Kingston's HyperX is a long running series targeting the lucrative overclocking sector with its readily identified sky blue heatspreaders. Kingston's HyperX Series isn't as popular as some of its contemporaries when it comes to enthusiast builds having earned a reputation as a good, but not great overclocker. Is that to say Kingston makes poor memory? Hardly; between rock solid stability as well as awesome customer service and support, Kingston isn't the worlds largest memory provider by accident.
The scoreboard is primed, and HardwareLogic has the green light to put this kit through the paces.