- Packaging and Specifications
- Test Bench, Test Method and Frequency/Timing Setting
- AIDA64 Memory Benchmark
- MaxxMem² Benchmark
- PCMark 8 Benchmarks
I am reviewing the Kingston HyperX Beast DDR memory kit with 16 GB 2400MHz CL11 configuration.
So far, HyperX has come up wither either good or great component, no less! HyperX 5K and 3K SSDs, Memory kits- even their HyperX 64GB flash drive is brilliant! It should be noted that when SandForce had 5.02 firmware TRIM issues (at that time, Kingston sent HyperX 3K SSD), Kingston was the first to release the 5.03 firmware, then followed by Corsair. That makes a good impression not just upholding the “HyperX” series irrespective of the components of it, but also the support, at least, that’s how I would see it. They usually use good shell casing and heatspreaders (metal).
This test is done with AMD A10 6800K. 2 memory kits with a total of 16GB!