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HyperX Releases Savage Memory

HyperX®, a division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced HyperX Savage high-performance memory. HyperX Savage replaces HyperX Genesis and offers experienced enthusiasts, gamers and content creators a cutting-edge look. It features a black PCB encompassed by an eye-catching Savage red, asymmetrical heatspreader made of aluminum with a diamond-cut finish. The low profile makes it perfect for oversized CPU coolers.

Shipping now, HyperX Savage is available in high-speed frequencies from 1600MHz to 2400MHz, and in capacities of 4GB and 8GB single modules and 8GB to 32GB dual-channel or quad-channel kits. The high speeds help increase system performance and ultra-responsive multitasking. HyperX Savage is also Intel® XMP-ready, which enables end users to easily overclock their system by simply selecting a memory profile with no need for manual adjustments in the BIOS.

“After replacing HyperX blu with FURY for entry-level gamers, it was time to refresh our mid-level Genesis line with HyperX Savage,” said Lawrence Yang, business manager, HyperX. “The bold and stylish red heatspreader offers enthusiasts and gamers a radical new look combined with high performance and capacities to match.”

HyperX Savage is backed by a lifetime warranty, free technical support and legendary Kingston reliability.

HyperX is the high-performance product division of Kingston Technology, encompassing high-speed DDR3 and DDR4 memory, SSDs, USB Flash drives, and gaming peripherals. Targeted at gamers, overclockers and enthusiasts, HyperX is known throughout the world for quality, performance and innovation. HyperX is committed to eSports as it sponsors over 20 teams globally and is the main sponsor of Intel Extreme Masters. HyperX can be found at many shows, including Brasil Game Show, China Joy, DreamHack and PAX.

For more information visit the HyperX home page.

HyperX Savage Features and Specifications:

  • Fast: top-performing modules available with low-profile heatspreader
  • Unique: red, asymmetrical heatspreader sets new trends for PC builds
  • Quality: aluminum die-cast heatspreader with a diamond cut finish
  • Design: low profile to fit under oversized CPU coolers
  • Reliable: 100-percent factory tested
  • Guaranteed: lifetime warranty, free technical support
  • Capacity: 4GB–8GB (single), 8GB–32GB (kits)
  • Frequency: 1600MHz, 1866MHz, 2133MHz and 2400MHz
  • CAS Latency: CL9-CL11
  • Voltage: 1.5V, 1.65V
  • Operating Temperature: 0°C to 85°C
  • Storage Temperature: -55°C to 100°C
  • Dimensions: 133.35mm x 32.8mm
  • Compatible with H67, H97, P67, Z68, Z77, Z87, Z97 and H61 Intel chipsets, as well as A75, A87, A88, A89, A78 and E35 AMD chipsets
 
HyperX Savage
Part Number                 Description
HX316C9SR/4                

4GB 1600 DDR3 CL9 DIMM XMP HyperX Savage

HX316C9SR/8                 8GB 1600 DDR3 CL9 DIMM XMP HyperX Savage
HX316C9SRK2/16                 16GB 1600 DDR3 CL9 DIMM (Kit of 2) XMP HyperX Savage
HX316C9SRK2/8                 8GB 1600 DDR3 CL9 DIMM (Kit of 2) XMP HyperX Savage
HX316C9SRK4/32                 32GB 1600 DDR3 CL9 DIMM (Kit of 4) XMP HyperX Savage
HX318C9SR/4                 4GB 1866 DDR3 CL9 DIMM XMP HyperX Savage
HX318C9SR/8                 8GB 1866 DDR3 CL9 DIMM XMP HyperX Savage
HX318C9SRK2/16                 16GB 1866 DDR3 CL9 DIMM (Kit of 2) XMP HyperX Savage
HX318C9SRK2/8                 8GB 1866 DDR3 CL9 DIMM (Kit of 2) XMP HyperX Savage
HX318C9SRK4/32                 32GB 1866 DDR3 CL9 DIMM (Kit of 4) XMP HyperX Savage
HX321C11SR/4                 4GB 2133 DDR3 CL11 DIMM XMP HyperX Savage
HX321C11SR/8                 8GB 2133 DDR3 CL11 DIMM XMP HyperX Savage
HX321C11SRK2/16                 16GB 2133 DDR3 CL11 DIMM (Kit of 2) XMP HyperX Savage
HX321C11SRK2/8                 8GB 2133 DDR3 CL11 DIMM (Kit of 2) XMP HyperX Savage
HX321C11SRK4/32                 32GB 2133 DDR3 CL11 DIMM (Kit of 4) XMP HyperX Savage
HX324C11SR/4                 4GB 2400 DDR3 CL11 DIMM XMP HyperX Savage
HX324C11SR/8                 8GB 2400 DDR3 CL11 DIMM XMP HyperX Savage
HX324C11SRK2/16                 16GB 2400 DDR3 CL11 DIMM (Kit of 2) XMP HyperX Savage
HX324C11SRK2/8                 8GB 2400 DDR3 CL11 DIMM (Kit of 2) XMP HyperX Savage
HX324C11SRK4/32                 32GB 2400 DDR3 CL11 DIMM (Kit of 4) XMP HyperX Savage
               

*HyperX Savage Part Number Decoder: HX3xx= HyperX DDR3 + Frequency; Cxx= CAS Latency; S= Savage; R= Red; x or K2/x= Module Capacity or Kit of 2/capacity

HyperX can be found on:

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/kingstonhyperx
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/hyperxcommunity
Twitter: http://twitter.com/hyperx
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/164609?trk=tyah
Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+kingston/posts

About HyperX

HyperX® is a division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the world’s largest independent memory manufacturer. Established in 2002, HyperX is headquartered in Fountain Valley, California, USA. For more information, please call 800-337-8410 or visit www.kingston.com/us/memory/hyperx.

Editor’s Note: For additional information, evaluation units or executive interviews, please contact David Leong, Kingston Digital, Inc., 17600 Newhope Street, Fountain Valley, CA USA 92708, 714-438-1817 (Voice). Press images can be found in Kingston’s press room at http://www.kingston.com/us/company/press.

Kingston, the Kingston logo and HyperX are registered trademarks of Kingston Technology Corporation. All rights reserved. All other marks may be the property of their respective titleholders.

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