Kingston HyperX Sets DDR4 Overclocking World Record at 7156MHz

Kingston Technology, a world leader in memory products and technology solutions, today announced that its gaming division’s high-performance memory HyperX Predator DDR4 was used to set a new overclocking world record for the fastest DDR4 memory frequency at 7156MHz. The world record for highest frequency was set by the MSI OC Team in Taiwan using a HyperX 4600MHz Predator DDR4 8G module (part number: HX446C19PB3K2/16) on an MSI MEG Z590I UNIFY motherboard using an 11th Gen Intel® Core™ i9-11900KF @ 3.50GHz CPU. At the time of this release, the record-breaking frequency is posted on HWBOT, the site for PC enthusiasts looking for news, tips, and information on overclocking benchmarks and competitions. The valid CPU-Z screenshot can be found here.

“We are extremely thrilled and humbled to be part of this exemplary DDR4 overclocking achievement,” said Kingston. “Our engineers work continuously to improve higher-speed memory yields to bring faster solutions by pushing boundaries that break performance records and bring best-in-class products to our gaming memory community.”
HyperX Predator DDR4 high-performance memory pairs bold and aggressive style ̶ the frequencies available for purchase has expanded to 4800MHz along with latencies from CL12-CL19. HyperX memory modules are Intel® XMP-ready and its certified profiles are optimized for Intel’s latest chipsets and are also compatible with many of AMD’s latest chipsets.

Available as 8GB-32GB single modules and kits of two, four, and eight with capacities of 16GB –256GB, HyperX Predator DDR4 memories are 100% factory tested at speed and backed by a lifetime warranty, with free technical support and legendary reliability. For more information on HyperX DDR4 and global availability, please visit the HyperX Memory webpage.

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