As usual with Kingston, the memory is served in two-part
plastic packaging that consists of a black tray with a transparent
Inside, we find a pair of ordinary
HyperX modules that have been turned green to indicate that we’re dealing with
an environmentally friendly memory. Unlike many other makers, Kingston never use
custom coloured PCB, so on the standard green, LoVo’s eco-styled heatspreaders
look more attractive than all the rest of custom HyperX painjobs.
only by a pair of clamps, the heatspreaders are very easy to detach. While
Kingston had a wide range of ICs to choose from, on the kit we have they went
with Micron D9PFJ ICs known for their ability to scale with
Each module is flashed with an SPD that provides basic
information on the maker, model, serial number and the production week. SPD is
also responsible for setting the memory up out of the box, for which it features
four JEDEC profiles and a pair of XMP, second of which suggests that memory will
also work at DDR3U voltage of 1.25V.
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