Kingston Technology Europe Ltd, an affiliate of Kingston Technology Company Inc., announced the release of HyperX(R) T1 Black DDR3 triple-channel memory kits. The new memory kits are designed to meet the performance requirements for the new Intel(R) Core i7(TM)-990X chipset and X58-based motherboards and are available in kits of three or six modules and in capacities up to 24GB.
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Kingston is shipping three HyperX T1 Black 1600MHz DDR3 triple channel kits in 24GB, 12GB and 6GB configurations. HyperX T1 Black is available through Kingston's channel of authorized distributors, resellers, e-tailers and retailers. Kingston HyperX memory is backed by a lifetime warranty and free 24/7 technical support. For detailed information please visit the Kingston Web site at http://www.kingston.com/europe
KHX1600C9D3T1BK6/24GX: 24GB 1600MHz DDR3 Non-ECC CL9 DIMM (Kit of 6) XMP T1 Black Series CL9-9-9-27
KHX1600C9D3T1BK3/12GX: 12GB 1600MHz DDR3 Non-ECC CL9 DIMM (Kit of 3) XMP T1 Black Series CL9-9-9-27
KHX1600C9D3T1BK3/6GX: 6GB 1600MHz DDR3 Non-ECC CL9 DIMM (Kit of 3) XMP T1 Black Series CL9-9-9-27
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