- News tagged "kingston"
Wednesday, 4 Jan 2017
Kingston has unveiled a 2TB USB flash drive that will rival portable hard drives in capacity, while still being as portable as a USB flash drive should be.
Wednesday, 16 Sep 2015
Kingston's HyperX division has announced a wide range of DDR4 Savage memory kits. Available in single 4GB or 8GB sticks and dual- and quad-channel kits ranging from 8GB to 128GB, there will most definitely be a kit for everyone.
Tuesday, 1 Sep 2015
Kingston's HyperX division has announced additions to its Fury memory products in the form of new, low-voltage DDR3L modules, which are compatible with Skylake processors. It also unveiled brand new Impact DDR4 SO-DIMMs for notebooks, mini PCs, and SFF systems running on Intel's 100 series chipset.
Tuesday, 11 Aug 2015
HyperX has announced additional 8GB and 16GB Fury DDR4 memory kits for the new Intel Z170 platform.
Kingston has just announced a new 512GB capacity addition to its family of Class 10 UHS-1 SDHC/SDXC memory card.
Tuesday, 12 May 2015
Kingston has released a 128GB kit of its HyperX Predator DDR4 memory, which it claims is the world's fastest 128GB DDR4 memory kit. The kit comprises of eight 16GB modules.
Tuesday, 28 Apr 2015
Kingston's HyperX division has launched the HyperX Savage, a new high-performance SATA-based SSD. The 2.5-inch drive is only 7mm in height, which means it will fit into most notebooks, desktops and small form factor PCs.
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015
Kingston's HyperX Predator PCIe SSD will be one of the few drives to take full advantage of the larger bandwidth offered of the PCIe interface in an M.2 form factor and will offer power users ultra-responsive multi-tasking and an overall faster system. Read on to find out more!
Friday, 13 Mar 2015
Kingston has announced new DDR4 ValueRAM 2133MHz ECC SO-DIMMs that are validated for use with the upcoming Intel Xeon D Processor family in microservers, networking and storage systems. Click the link to read more.
Friday, 30 Jan 2015
The Kingston HyperX Predator DDR4-3333 memory module has set a world record with its overclocked frequency of 4351MHz. Find out how Kingston managed to pull off this feat.