Kingston HyperX Fan - New Memory Cooling Fan
Kingston Technology the independent world leader in memory products, today announced the introduction of the brand new Kingston HyperX Fan which is designed specifically to keep Kingston HyperX memory cool.This new product comes as the HyperX Fan, specifically built to support the company's latest HyperX, high-speed memory module, providing an advanced cooling solution to improve life expectancy and overall performance.
It is made of anodized aluminum and in the same familiar blue color as the HyperX heatspreaders. When turned on, the fan blades are illuminated by eight small blue LEDs. Power use is minimal and noise is not an issue as the fan runs at a whisper-quiet 25 dBA.
Antoine Hard, Business Development Manager for Kingston Technology in the Middle East said,"With gamers and overclockers tweaking their systems to the maximum in order to create optimal performance, the last thing they want to worry about is heat issues. With two 60mm fans generating constant airflow around the memory modules, the memory will run at peak performance steadily due to the generated high-performance cooling power."
These new HyperX fans will enable overclocking enthusiasts to further boost the overall performance of their system by tweaking the frequencies of the memory modules.It can accommodate up to 6 memory modules at a time and when turned on, the fan blades are illuminated by eight small blue LEDs.
According to Dara Sun, HyperX product manager, Kingston,"At LAN parties and benchmarking events worldwide, HyperX enthusiasts told us they wanted something cool looking to keep the memory cool.We listened and thus developed this fan as the perfect complement for both the standard and taller HyperX T1 series modules.The hip blue lights give it a bling factor that could be the difference between first and second place in a system-build competition."
As many other memory vendors, Kingston has its own line of high-performance memory modules, catering to the requirements of computer enthusiasts and high-end PC users. Such is the case with Kingston's HyperX lineup, which includes a series of modules designed for overclocking high-performance desktop rigs.
Re: Kingston HyperX Fan - New Memory Cooling Fan
Kingston HyperX Fan is available as a standalone or bundled with Kingston's 6GB 2000- and 1800MHz triple-channel memory kits with the T1 heatspreaders for Intel Core i7 systems.The latest product to join the high-end family includes the new HyperX fan, which has been featured with two 60mm fans operating at low noise levels of 25 dBA. It is compatible with both the standard and the taller Kingston HyperX T1 memory modules and is available as a standalone or bundled with Kingston?s 6GB 2000- and 1800MHz HyperX DDR3 triple-channel memory kits for Intel Core i7 systems.
The Fan will only be available in EMEA from Q3.These new cooling solutions have been designed with eight small blue LEDs that create an impressive light effect when the HyperX fan is turned on.The HyperX fan is backed by a one-year warranty and free 24/7 technical support.
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