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PRODUCT REVIEW

Don’t Fall Prey On Anything but the HyperX® Predator

By: Rhea R. Sanvictores

04/08/2017
 

Don’t Fall Prey On Anything but the HyperX Predator

Highly recognized for providing efficient and powerful memory modules in the tech market, American multinational computer corporation Kingston stays constant and consistent in being such. Its series of DDR4 RAMs has proven to be a top choice among gamers and PC enthusiasts alike, particularly the HyperX® Predator DDR4.

Don’t Fall Prey On Anything but the HyperX Predator

And let’s find out why in this particular write-up as subject for review is the HyperX® Predator DDR4 32GB (HX430C15PB3K4/32).

Don’t Fall Prey On Anything but the HyperX Predator

Looking distantly and closely at the HyperX® Predator DDR4, it’s hard not to be in awe with it. Appearing in black aluminum, the signature tall heat sink was a great sight indeed. But more than its appealing look, there’s also a good purpose that comes on hand. For with this kind of outline, a more enhanced heat dissipation is effected while the lifespan of the memory is prolonged, thus optimizing the memory’s overall reliability.

As for the performance, here’s how the HyperX® Predator DDR4 fared in the series of tests that we conducted.

Don’t Fall Prey On Anything but the HyperX Predator

Don’t Fall Prey On Anything but the HyperX Predator

Don’t Fall Prey On Anything but the HyperX Predator

Don’t Fall Prey On Anything but the HyperX Predator

Don’t Fall Prey On Anything but the HyperX Predator

Don’t Fall Prey On Anything but the HyperX Predator

Boasting a low CAS latency (CL15) and a speed of up to 3000MHz, the HyperX® Predator DDR4 undeniably delivers a superb performance in the entire system. And since it has been devised to work with Intel® Core™ i7 high-end desktop (HEDT) processors along with the Intel® 100 Series chipset and X99 motherboards, users can only be assured of an extreme performance across all kinds of computing and multimedia endeavors and other gaming stints. Users can indeed wallow in smooth and high-speed video editing, 3D rendering, and AI processing for an uncontestably heightened DDR4 performance.

Don’t Fall Prey On Anything but the HyperX Predator

Not to mention, the HyperX® Predator DDR4 has the Intel® XMP-ready profiles. With these, users can easily overclock their platforms and attain higher performing frequencies and lower timings by way of selecting a profile, with no need for manual timing adjustments in BIOS.

What also makes the HyperX® Predator DDR4 a great preference for all types of users is the low power consumption it gives out. Running at 1.3V, this DDR4 is highly efficient for any computing tasks as it generates a smaller amount of heat and results in a more steadfast system. So even if multiple errands or too intense gameplays are on the line, an efficiently cool and composed atmosphere can still transpire.

Aside from the 32GB capacity, the HyperX® Predator DDR4 also comes in 8GB, 16GB, and 64GB capacities.

Verdict:

verdict

The reality that it is 100% factory-tested, users are fully guaranteed of the strong durability and remarkable performance that the HyperX® Predator DDR4 can deliver. Its Intel® XMP-ready profiles optimized for Intel® 100 series chipset and X99 motherboards and compatibility with Intel® Core™ i7 HEDT processors are great causes for deliberation and eventually for purchase. With high speeds and low latencies, the HyperX® Predator DDR4 pushes any DDR4 performance to no less than the extremes.

 
 
 
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