[section_title title=”Introduction”]Introduction

  • Brand: Kingston
  • Model: Savage 2133MHz Cl11 – Part Number: HX321C11SR/4
  • Price: £85.67 (8GB) from Amazon UK (at time of review)

Over the past month we have featured a huge variety of Kingston products and one of the products that stuck out was their HyperX Fury memory which not only performed pretty decently, but looked aesthetically gorgeous!  HyperX is of course Kingston’s gaming brand and it has been trying to cement its legacy for a while now but the question is how is that going?  Is the HyperX memory as fast as it sound and what kind of performance do you get for your money?

Well to cut a long story short, I have their latest HyperX memory kits in my midst in the shape of the Kingston HyperX Savage 2133MHz memory which features CL11 timings and is a direct replacement for the HyperX Genesis range which is currently being phased out.  With the focus on enthusiasts and gamers alike, does the name fit the bill?  Does this “Savage” kit have what it takes to bite their way through the market?  Let’s take a look shall we….




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  1. Naaah runing this Savage 2X4GB 2133MHz chips on 10-11-10-27 timming with 1,56V for almoust a year now withot any problems

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