Kingstonâ€™s HyperXÂ® 10th Anniversary Edition memory celebrates ten years of killer performance with a sleek silver heatspreader. As an Intel XMP Ready memory, it boasts higher performing frequencies, timings and voltage that are attainable by simply enabling Intelâ€™s Extreme Memory Profile.
Total kit capacity is 16GB. Each module kit has been tested to run at DDR3-2400 at a low latency timing of 11-13-13 at 1.65V. The SPDs are programmed to JEDEC standard latency DDR3-1333 timing of 9-9-9 at 1.5V
The computer setup used for this review.
|Processor||Intel Core i5-2500K|
|Power Supply||Xigmatek NRP-PC602 600w|
|Test Software||Memtest86+ 4.20|
*No OS, just the bootable Memtest.
For a start, I just wanted to make sure the memory runs at the DDR3 2400 speed, so I set the board to target at 2410Mhz for the RAM.
Not sure what happened, or why the board behaves as such but the RAM on Memtest86+ ended up showing DDR3 2800Mhz speed instead, not a bad thing because it does make it a lot easier on my side.
The initial test was on a single stick out of the 4.
After that, I did a same test on all 4 and once which it passed with flying colors.
No vDimm boost on the setup. It’s just a change of clock speed and RAM ratio. 5 hours of testing? Well I ran the test before going to sleep.
The following are the possibilties
a) the RAM could go even faster (Mhz) with the same setting.
b) boosting vDimm would push the speed (after hitting the ceiling on point a) even further
c) at the same settings, it is possible to run it at tighter timings.
Overall – it’s a great set of RAM for those who want to max out the speed of RAM. The RAM is currently available at Kingston shop at a discoutned rate of USD $198.00