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Kingston Technologies are one of the leaders in the memory and data storage fields, with a number of high-end products recently exiting the company's stable. Its latest product is primarily aimed at the IT Enthusiast and hardcore gaming circles, and it's called the HyperX T1 Black, an insane new range of triple-channel memory kits.

Unveiled earlier today at CeBIT 2011 in Hannover Germany, the new kits are designed to meet the performance requirements of the new Intel Core i7-990X chipset and other X58-based motherboards. The DDR3 triple-channel kits will be made available in kits of three or six modules, with capacities ranging up to a massive 24 GB.
 
“Our new HyperX T1 Black triple-channel kits give enthusiasts the opportunity to combine performance and style into their PC build,” said Grant Rau, business development manager at Kingston South Africa. “These high-capacity kits are ideal for the X58 products on the market, especially the new GIGABYTE G1-Killer gaming motherboards.”
 
The 1600 MHz HyperX kits will be shipping in 6, 12 and 24 GB configurations, and will be available through all Kingston authorised distributors, resellers, online stores and retailers. Interested readers can take note that the 6 GB kit has a very low RRP of only R950, the 12 GB kit for R1695 and the maximum 24 GB kit for R3320.
 
The HyperX memory kits are backed by a lifetime warranty as well as free 24/7 technical support. For more information, visit Kingston.com.  

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