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Kingston HyperX Predator 2800MHz 8GB Memory Kit Review

Rating: 8.0.

It's Kingston's turn to take shot at the ultra-high frequency memory market. Can the 2800MHz HyperX Predator kit grab the attention of enthusiast benchmarkers and extreme overclockers?

With the vast improvements in memory frequency support brought about by Haswell's powerful IMC, manufacturers took the opportunity to release ultra-high frequency memory kits which target overclockers and benchmarkers. With the market's lust for high-speed memory re-kindled, Kingston has released the 2800MHz 12-14-14 HyperX Predator 8GB kit as its flagship memory product.

We've seen 2800MHz and 3100MHz kits from ADATA, a 3GHz set from Avexir, and G.Skill's 2933MHz TridentX modules, but how does Kingston compare with its 2800MHz CL12 HyperX Predator memory?



  • PC3-22400 (2800MHz).
  • Timings: 12-14-14-32-2T.
  • Voltage: 1.65V.
  • Dual Channel Kit: (2x4GB).
  • XMP 1.3 Ready.
  • Lifetime Warranty.


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One comment

  1. Great review Luke, but I do have a little disagreement over the oversized heatspreaders. there is never any need for these – a good airflow case is more than enough. Green PCB is a bad move too as you say,

    They cause so many issues with CPU coolers.