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Kingston Desktop & Notebook Memory

Published 28th April 2021 | Article by KingstonMemoryShop | Posted in RAM Memory

Reliability and efficiency at affordable prices
 
Kingston desktop and notebook memory
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Kingston desktop and notebook memory
Kingston offers extremely reliable, high-performance desktop memory and sells more notebook upgrade memory than anyone in the world. Each and every module is customised and tested to meet the exact specification requirements of each system. Kingston memory can increase the processing power of your notebook or desktop. It offers a great cost-performance benefit, plus better multitasking, faster processing of multimedia files, smoother video streaming and an enhanced gaming experience. For added peace of mind, Kingston memory is backed with lifetime, free technical support and legendary Kingston reliability.

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  • Compatible with latest motherboard chipsets
  • Lower power consumption than DDR3
  • Higher bandwidth capabilities than DDR3
  • Reliability and efficiency at affordable prices
 
 
 
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Superior quality and testing

Kingston's advanced testing facilities and multi-tiered testing system ensure quality control throughout the design and manufacturing process. All components are qualified and all modules are tested at all stages of production.

 

Compatible with the latest motherboards

Compatible with chipsets from Intel and AMD. Visit Kingston.com to check which parts are recommended for your specific make and model of motherboard.

 

Lifetime and free technical support

All Kingston memory is backed by a lifetime warranty and legendary Kingston reliability. Kingston also provides free technical support to help with any questions or issues you may have.

 

Expertise

Kingston is involved in the DRAM process from the dicing of the wafer to encasing the integrated circuits and from assembling the module to testing the finished product.

 
 
 
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