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Tuesday, 23 February 2010 11:25

Kingston already selling 24GB kits

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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6x4GB for £1,178.51


It will cost you both arms and legs, but if you need more than 20GB of memory, 24GB to be precise, Kingston's latest kit is what you're looking for.

We expected to see the this memory at Cebit, but we were informed that Kingston has already announced these 24GB modules and even has them available today.

So, these HyperX branded 4GB modules multiplied by six and delivered in the cheapest case cost £1,178.51 inc. VAT.

The top price was close to £2000 with VAT in the UK, while the official US price is $ 1,598.00. The part number is KHX1600C9D3K6/24GX and as we said before we are talking about total 24GB 1600MHz with CL9-9-9-27 @ 1.65v.

This kit of six is optimized for Core i7 XMP and the X58 chipset, while there is a kit of four with 16GB total optimized afor Core i5 processors.

If you have the money you can buy it here.


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