Intel XMP Certified Memory

X99: HyperX DDR4 memory for new Haswell-E platforms

Intel X99 badge HyperX® DDR4 memory is available in quad channel kits that are optimized for the new Intel® HEDT processors. With speeds from 2133MHz–3000MHz and CL12-CL15 latencies, HyperX Predator DDR4 memory delivers high performance while consuming less power than DDR3 with low 1.2-1.35 voltages. HyperX has worked closely with leading motherboard partners to guarantee compatibility and the highest performance. In addition, HyperX memory specifically engineered for the new 5000 series processors achieved Intel XMP certification with kits up to 3200MHz passing successfully. For additional peace of mind, HyperX memory is 100-percent tested and backed by a lifetime warranty, free technical support and legendary Kingston reliability.

What is the X99 Chipset?

  • Successor to the Intel X79 Chipset
    • Supports Intel® Core™ i7 processors in the LGA2011-v3 socket
    • Supports quad channel DDR4 memory (4-8 DIMMs total)
    • Up to 64GB supported
    • Spec speeds: 2133MHz
    • Overclocked Speeds: 2400MHz–3000MHz+
    • Up to 10 SATA ports (6Gb/s)
    • Up to 8 PCIe 2.0 Ports
    • Up to 14 USB ports (6 @ USB 3.0)
    • Intel Rapid Storage Technology 13.1
    • Raid 0/1/5/10 support via Intel® RST

Visit the Quad Channel memory page for all compatible offerings.

For certified HyperX memory, visit Intel’s XMP Certification page.

HyperX memory supports new Haswell Refresh and Devil’s Canyon Platforms

Intel Z97 badge HyperX® memory is available in dual channel kits compatible with the new Intel® fourth-generation Core i5 and i7 processors and Intel 9 series chipset. With three product lines to choose from, including FURY, Genesis and Predator, HyperX memory offers speeds from 1333MHz–2800MHz in 4GB–32GB kits of 2 and 4. HyperX has worked closely with leading motherboard partners to guarantee compatibility and the highest performance. In addition, HyperX memory specifically engineered for the new 4000 series processors achieved Intel XMP certification with kits up to 3000MHz passing successfully. For additional peace of mind, HyperX memory is 100-percent tested and backed by a lifetime warranty, free technical support and legendary Kingston reliability.

What is the Z97 Chipset?

  • Successor to the Intel Z87 Chipset
    • Intel 4th generation refresh Core i7, i5 and i3 processors
    • LGA-1150 socket
    • Supports dual channel memory (4 DIMMs total).
    • Up to 32GB supported
    • Spec speeds: 1333/1600MHz
    • Overclocked Speeds: 1866–2800MHz
    • PCIe storage — M.2(NGFF) and SATA Express
    • 8 PCIe 2.0 Ports
    • 14 USB ports (6 @ USB 3.0)

Visit the and Dual Channel memory page for all compatible offerings.

For certified HyperX memory, visit Intel’s XMP Certification page.

HyperX Quad Channel Memory for new Ivy Bridge-E Platforms

Intel X79 Badge Kingston® HyperX® memory is now available in Quad Channel kits for Intel's fourth generation Core™ i7 and i5 processors.

Kingston has worked closely with leading motherboard partners to guarantee compatibility and the highest performance. Available in kits of 4 and 8 and in capacities from 16GB to 64GB, this HyperX memory achieved Intel XMP Certification with speeds up to 2800MHz, passing successfully on multiple boards. For additional peace of mind, Kingston HyperX memory is 100-percent tested and backed by a lifetime warranty, free technical support and legendary Kingston reliability.

What is the X79 Chipset?

  • X79 is the successor to the Intel® X58 Chipset and features:
    • Support for the Next Generation Intel Core i7 Processor Family for Desktop on the LGA 2011 socket
    • Quad channel memory support on platform (4–8 DIMMs total)
    • Up to 64GB supported
    • Memory Spec speeds: 1866MHz
    • Overclock speeds: 2133MHz, 2400MHz, 2666MHz
    • Up to 6 SATA ports (2 @ 6Gb/s )
    • Up to 8 PCIe 2.0 ports
    • Up to 14 USB 2.0 ports
    • Raid 0/1/5/10 support via Intel® RST

Visit the Quad Channel memory page for all compatible offerings.

For certified HyperX memory, visit Intel’s XMP Certification page.