Kingston is making a grand statement once again with their HyperX line, making way for some newer models that dish out outstanding performance with matching aesthetics. The HyperX Beast proves its worth of being a HyperX family member, easily subduing the competition. Whilst the performance is surely admirable, many consumers would most likely look at the heatspreader design as their primary reason for buying. Taste will very from person to person but we’re pretty sure many will like the design, given that you do not swear loyalty to a certain brand.[singlepic id=11739 w=580 h=560 float=center]
Given though the primary feature of this product is its looks, there isn’t really any revolutionary about it and there is nothing wrong with that.Â Coming in at around $55 for the DDR-1866 8GB Dual Channel kit, the HyperX Predator positions itself right around a sweet spot for high-performance seekers as well as modders and gamers who look for utmost performance along with striking looks. Coupled with Kingston’s lifetime warranty, these modules provide some good bang for the buck. If you’re looking for some aggressive adornment in your RAM slots, we highly recommend the Kingston HyperX Beast if you’re not going to push your systems much and just want something that has the looks and stats to bring out the best of your system. We give the Kingston HyperX Beast our recommendation and our Value award.