RAM requirements have intensified over the past few years and now its pretty common to see 8GB and 16GB RAMs shipping in conventional computers, high-end rigs tend to have much more than that. Previously only this much RAM was limited to high-end machines, not anymore though. The RAM race is well and truly on which is why Kingston believes that Computex 2015 is the perfect stage to launch the highest performing 128GB DDR4 memory kit for computers.

Kingston claims that it will be launching the highest performing memory kits available on the market. It will be launched under the company’s HyperX lineup, the DDR4 128GB RAM kit runs at 3,000MHz and has eight modules of 16GB modules.

The company hasn’t said right now when these RAM kits will be available and how much they will cost, we expect that the Kingston is going to provide this information after making the announcement at Computex 2015.

It’s certainly not the only company dabbling in 128GB DDR4 kits. Corsair recently launched three such memory kits designed for Intel X99 series motherboards, they’re now available for purchase and start north of $1,750. The kits currently available from Corsair run at 2,400MHz but it promises kits with more speed in the near future.

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