Post-Computex 2010 Report: Kingston unveils 64GB SDXC Card, HyperX SSD & More
Although Kingston didn't have a booth at this year's Computex Taipei event, the company did announce a handful of very interesting products prior to and during the exhibition. In this article we take a closer look at some of them.... [ Read full article ]
Their pricing is too high for their DDR3 Triple Channel kits. Mushkin Redlines are the best bang for your buck by far. I scored my 6 GB 2000mhz (8-8-7-24) Redline kit at NCIX for $299 CDN.
If you want system-specific memory products, Kingston will have something for you. I'll give them that but for the mainstream and enthusiast user, their products offer no value.
no booth there = trouble? :)
edit. oy sky, which memtest version did you use? whenever i use some it says my cu is a p3 or something lol
Another milestone yet again. I'm sure it won't be long before that one will be broken either. All we have to do is wait a while to reap the benefits by buying the older units. The other benefit is the price of these older units becomes cheaper, or at least a bit more reasonable as newer cutting edge hardware/products come out.
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