This Kingston HyperX Savage kit can easily camouflage itself in an all-black motherboard layout and make it hard enough to be spotted. Certain users with a certain aesthetic requirement would like a kit like this. But here we’ll take a look at its performance. The HyperX Savage DDR4 series provides up to 3000MHz with latencies between CL12 and CL15 clocked kits with Intel XMP profiles for Intel 100 and X99 chipsets up to a total of 128GB. The heatspreader is a low-profile die-cast aluminium piece but still manages to have curves and cuts on it to give it a certain aesthetics to it.
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