Kingston Technology Company, founded in 1987, is world’s independent memory leader with thousands memory products in every field. Kingston offers memory solutions for pretty much every electronic gadget or device that requires a memory from computers, servers and printers to MP3 players, digital cameras and mobile phones.
Back in 2002, Kingston launched new HyperX line of high-performance memory modules. HyperX modules are specially engineered for PC enthusiasts and overclockers.
Since technology is now moving at a rapid pace, so every component of a computer system needs to catch up and be more responsive and faster than the previous generation. Recently, Kingston updated their HyperX T1 line-up with some new high-speed models ranging from 2133 MHz up to 2800 MHz.
Today, we’ll have a detailed look at the latest member of this recently launched HyperX T1 family of memory kits – KHX24C11T1K2/8X. It’s rated to run at 2400MHz with 1.65v.
For the most extreme gamers and PC enthusiasts, the Kingston HyperX takes computing to the next level. For creative professionals with demanding requirements, it delivers fast speeds and excellent performance. With a new generation heat sink and taller fins for excellent heat dissipation, the kit maintains an impressive level of stability. Let’s have a quick look at its specification before we put it through a battery of tests to see how good it really is.