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Kingston HyperX LoVo, it’s not really meant for hardware enthusiasts or hardcore overclockers. It’s here to save the world by saving some power. It may not make a big difference in overall power consumption of your rig but it’ll surely do its bit. Mainly, it can be computers where you do want performance but keeping the power consumption to the lowest level like home data servers or HTPCs. It has two XMP profiles, 1st one offers 1.35v and 2nd one gives a super low 1.25v.

Both of the XMP profiles are weak for a performance user but if you really want to get performance out of this kit, it’ll give what you want. With voltage turned up to 1.65v, this ‘green’ kit can reach almost 2300MHz, which is really impressive for such a kit.

HyperX LoVo is a different kind of product. It may not be that popular among overclockers and enthusiasts but it surely has a place in market. Such kind of products can never be neglected. I hope Kingston comes up with more ‘green’ kind of products.

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Put the source in the title pl0x.
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This actually will be succesfull i think because of the offerings it has at low and higher (normal) voltage. Nice find! tongue.gif
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For the normal people, it runs at normal speeds while consuming less power = Win!

For people like ourself's!(MUHAHAHA!!! devil.gif ) It runs at excellent overclocked speeds while consuming hardly ANY more power..... = Win!
    
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this would be good for my moms comp, or my sisters.
but i would never allow it in my rig.
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om nom nom

I want these biggrin.gif
    
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post #9 of 10
Aren't at least some of these Elpida Hyper?
The one in the review looks like BBSE to me
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Would not mind a 2x4GB pack smile.gif
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