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Kingston HyperX PC4000 512MB Dual Channel Kit

Company: Kingston
Product: HyperX PC4000 512MB Dual Channel Kit
Street Price: $185 USD
Date Reviewed: September 13, 2003
Reviewed By: Joey Chao

Kingston HyperX PC4000 512MB Dual Channel Kit


DDR400 is the fastest standard speed according to JEDEC specifications but memory manufacturers are always releasing faster, "overclocking" modules. A couple of months back we first saw the release of PC4000, since the Intel 865 and 875 chipsets were capable of pushing memory beyond 500MHz DDR. All of the expected companies came out with their PC4000 such as Kingston, OCZ, Corsair, and GeIL. Today we are going to test out Kingston's PC4000 HyperX dual channel kit.

Kingston first started their HyperX memory line late last year. The idea behind the HyperX modules are that they are specifically designed for the gamers and other enthusiasts. To put it into more simple terms, these DIMMs are able to overclock and perform at high clock speeds. Kingston is a very reliable brand and all their memory is backed by a lifetime warranty, but how well does their PC4000 overclock. Read on and find out.




Power Supply: Vdd: 2.6V +/-0.1V, Vddq: 2.6V +/-0.1V
Double-data-rate architecture; two data transfers per clock cycle
Bidirectional data strobe (DQS)
Differential clock inputs (CK and CK)
DLL aligns DQ and DQS transtition with CK transition
Programmable Read latency 3 (clock)
Programmable Burst length (2,4,8)
Programmable Burst type (sequential and interleave)
Timing Reference: 3-4-4-8-1 at +2.6V
Edge aligned data output, center aligned data input
Auto and Self Refresh, 7.8us refresh interval (8K/64ms refresh)
Serial presence detect with EEPROM
High Performance Heat Spreader
PCB: Height 1.250" (31.75mm), single sided component


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