One of the problems with the less popular brands like Kingmax is that their products are often difficult to find. For example, our price research tool geizhals.at did not come up with any offers for the 8GB DDR3-2200 version of Nanos across the EU. Having googled the part number, we managed to find only a handful of shops on the whole internet where these were listed from 328 Romanian leu (71 Euros) per kit to 3200 Russian roubles (80 Euros) per module. Due to exclusivity of such memory, prices in Eastern Europe are always going to be above those in the EU, so it’s difficult to make a fair judgement on the pricing.
Similar to other products of the maker, the Kingmax Nano didn’t turn out to be something really special, but it’s a solid kit nonetheless. Being properly priced to compete with DDR3-2133 CL9 offers coming from other brands, they might finally catch Kingmax some attention from the general public.
KINGMAX Nano Gaming FLKF66F-C8KLAA 2x4GB 2200 MHz CL10 kit receives the not that
bad rating of
three out of five stars
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