Kingston Technology has just launched the KC3000 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD for desktop and laptop PCs and Kingston ValueRAM DDR5 memory.
The KC3000 delivers up to 7000/7000 MB/s rear/write and full capacities up to 4096GB thanks to the latest PCIe Gen 4×4 NVMe controller. The storage is built with high-density 3D TLC NAND housed in the M.2 2280 standard form factor to enable users to take advantage of PCIe 4.0 speeds.
The storage is reinforced with a low profile, graphene aluminum heat spread to effectively disperse heat and keep it cool during intensive workloads.
“With the rise of data-heavy applications, consumers are demanding high-performance solutions and high capacities to match; by utilizing next-gen PCIe 4.0 technology with KC3000, we are able to deliver fast and reliable storage to suit the needs of a wide range of consumers in the market. We are also happy to introduce our ValueRAM DDR5 to further expand Kingston’s DDR5 offerings, bringing high-performance memory with affordability.”
Kingston ValueRAM DDR5 module, on the other hand, features onboard Power Management Integrate Circuits (PMIC) to meet JEDEC standards. This helps regulate the power required by various components of the memory module and enables better power distribution, improves signal integrity, and reduces noises.
The competitively priced ValueRAM DDR5 module serves as the ideal choice for worry-free upgrades to DDR5 performance.
The KC3000 is currently available in 512GB, 1024GB, 2048GB, and 4096GB capacities. Meanwhile, the Kingston DDR5 ValueRAM comes in 16GB single modules and kits of 2 at 4800MHz speeds.
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