Here we have today some of Kingston’s popular HyperX Genesis series. This series has been very popular with the PC games and enthusiasts who want high speeds and high performance. Due to its natural high voltage and MHz performance at stock these sticks are already worth the buy, however We are not sure about how high these sticks can be overclocked though, so we shall perform our tests and put this Kingston 4GB DDR3-2133 HyperX Genesis sticks to the test. DDR3 memory offers faster speeds, lower latencies, higher data bandwidths and lower power consumption. HyperX DDR3 modules are available in single, dual and triple-channel memory kits.
*Kingston Technology Company, Inc. is the world’s independent memory leader.
Founded in 1987 with a single product offering, Kingston® now offers more than 2,000 memory products that support nearly every device that uses memory, from computers, servers and printers to MP3 players, digital cameras and mobile phones. In 2010, the company's sales reached $6.5 billion.
Kingston Technology grew out of a severe shortage of surface-mount memory chips in the high-tech marketplace in the 1980s. They put their engineering expertise to work and designed a new Single In-Line Memory Module (SIMM) that used readily available, older technology through-hole components. A new industry standard was born — and, on October 17, 1987, so was Kingston Technology.*
HyperX DDR3 features
- 1.7v - 1.95v voltage range for dual-channel applications for AMD based systems and Intel chipsets older than X58
- 1.65v voltage for triple-channel Intel Core i7 9xx series applications
- 1.65v voltage for dual-channel Intel Core i5 7xx series and Core i7 8xx series applications
- Currently available in speeds up to 2000MHz and kits capacities of 8GB dual-channel, and 12GB triple-channel configurations
Kingston KHX2133C9AD3X2K2/4GX Specifications
- CL9 SDRAM
- 4GB (2GB 256M x 64-Bit x 2 pcs.)
- DDR3-2133MHz at a low latency timing of 9-11-9 at 1.65V
- 240-pin DIMM
- XMP X2 Grey Series