Kingston is celebrating 25 years in the memory industry after it was founded back on October 17th 1987. Kingston has a huge range of products ranging from USB memory sticks and SD cards, PC and laptop memory kits and solid state drives (SSDs).
Kingston Technology is continuing to celebrate its tenth anniversary of HyperX products and have announced they will be using black PCBs (printed circuit boards) on two of its product lines. The HyperX Beast and entry-level enthusiast ‘black’ lines will get the black PCB treatment and retain the signature heat-spreader design.
The HyperX beast kits form part of the Predator line-up and come in both dual and quad channel editions in a number of variations from capacities of 8GB – 64GB and speeds of up to 2400MHz. These modules will get just the black PCB treatment.
The HyperX memory kits are also available in a number of variations from single 4GB or 8GB modules to 8GB or 16GB dual channel kits in both 1333Mhz and 1600Mhz speeds. The HyperX black series will not only get the black PCB treatment however it will also get a black heatsink to match.
At the time of writing there is no news on pricing or availability.