The HyperX Predator DDR4 memory has broken the world record in overclocking. The machine was used to record the DDR4 memory frequency at 5608MHz.
This new record was set by renown overclocker ‘TOPPC’ of MSI. TOPPC used a single HyperX Predator DDR4 8G module on an MPG Z390I GAMING EDGE AC to achieve this amazing feat.
In a reaction to the development, HyperX said its engineers remain dedicated at improving high-speed yields in order to deliver faster products to customers; while pushing for previously unattainable records.
According to Kristy Ernt business manager at HyperX, the Predator DDR4 lineup caters to the next generation of PC enthusiasts seeking the best possible performance for their system.
Newly produced Predator DDR4 memory modules ship in frequencies of up to 413MHz, alongside low latencies CL 12-CL 19.
The Predator DDR4 memory is Intel XMP-ready including certified profiles which are optimized for the latest chipsets from Intel. These chipsets are also compatible with many of AMD’s latest chipsets.
Customers can get these chipsets in 4GB-16GB single modules and kits of two, four and eight with a capacity of 8GB-128GB. They are said to be 100% factory-tested at speed and backed by free technical support and a lifetime warranty.
About the design, the HyperX Predator comes with an aggressive design to augment its look and performance. It also flaunts optimized memory reliability.
New 8G modules of the HyperX Predator are due to debut in the second quarter of 2019. They’d come in two kits: 4266MHz and 4600MHz.
Availability and pricing
This mind-blowing memory module is available through the HyperX network of retail outlets with a lifetime warranty. More information about the product can be found on the HyperX official website.
The HyperX Predator DDR4 RGB is available on Amazon: