When it comes to memory, Kingston is one of the first names people bring up. HyperX is Kingston’s high-performance division, that focus’s developing the best peripherals for gamers and users that demad the best performance. They are constantly updating their product line to meet the needs of gamers and enthusiasts. When a new chipset is released, HyperX is always found on the motherboard’s compatibility list. When Ryzen came out, there were many issues with memory compatibility, however HyperX was one of the first to be fully certified. We take a look at the HyperX Predator DDR4 3200MHz memory kit on an AMD Ryzen system and an Intel Kaby Lake system to see how it performs.
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