Setting up the Overclocking world record: A new milestone in the HyperX era

CR Team | Wednesday, 04 June 2014, 11:03 IST

Bangalore: The high-performance product division of Kingston Technology, HyperX recently announced that its memory was overclocked to 4500MHz, the highest frequency in the world. Achieved by using one 4GB HyperX DDR3 2933MHz module on the new GIGABYTE Z97X-SOC FORCE LN2 motherboard, this mark was set by the overclocker “Hicookie” of GIGABYTE.

Engineered to deliver extreme performance, HyperX aims at serving the demands of gamers, overclockers and PC enthusiasts. Founded in 2002, HyperX is now an independent world leader in memory products. Kingston Technology is headquartered in California and have offices in numerous countries like U.S., UK, Ireland, Taiwan and Mainland China. The company is a pioneer in developing products like flash memory cards, USB flash drives, DRAM,  Digital Audio Players, SIM Cards, and Solid state Drives. Recently, HyperX is partner with HWBOT – the premier site for PC enthusiasts looking for news, tips and information – on overclocking. The company is now speeding up towards amplifying the performance level.

In addition, HyperX is planning to hold its “HOT” HyperX OC Takeover competition during COMPUTEX TAIPEI, ICT Trade show. Also, HyperX is planning to hold four online regional HOT competitions around the world. It has announced the prize money of $10,000 for the top overclockers. The winners are decided during the 2015 International CES.

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