It is time for the gear up leading to the release of the Intel Sandy Bridge-E. You have already seen several X79 motherboards, well it is time to get the goods on the memory you want for these Quad-channeled systems. Kingston is the first up to bat with the HyperX Genesis quad-channeled memory kits.
The new HyperX Genesis kits will be sold in 4 and 8 RAM stick sets in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB of total capacity. This will range from 1333 MHz up to 2400 MHz . The low end 8GB 1333 MHz kit starts at only $65 with the most expensive kit on release being the 16GB 2133 MHz kit at $318.00. The 8GB 2400 MHz Genesis kit will be released some time after the launch of this lineup.
If you are looking to switch to a Sandy Bridge-E setup, then I suggest you remember to include RAM on your list of upgrades. While two sets of Dual channeled memory may work, quad-channeled kits like these HyperX Genesis kits are tested and guaranteed to work. When you do, Kingston is a good brand to start your shopping list with.