I am a big fan of computer hardware and when NVIDIA launched its new gear a few weeks back including the 9800 GX2, 9800 GTX and the 790i Ultra mainboards I was very excited. I was especially glad to see NVIDIA finally put out a DDR3 compatible mainboard.
Kingston announced its latest RAM recently that looks to be the perfect complement to the NVIDIA 790i Ultra. Kingston released 1600MHz DDR3 memory in 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB kits. Anyone that has prices DDR3 Ram knows that the stuff is expensive. Kingston says its 1600MHz HyperX DDR3 is designed to be economically priced.
The RAM is available in a 1GB module at $198 with CL9-9-9-27 timings, a 2GB module retails for $395. A kit of two 1GB modules retails for $395 and a 4GB kit with a pair of 2GB modules is $790. Kingston also backs the modules with a lifetime warranty.Kingston, RAM