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While most memory module giant in the industry are having a grand exhibition of their latest products in the Nangang Exhibition Hall, Kingston has secretly arranged a meeting with us for a quick introduction on its new HyperX Predator DDR4 memory kit and UV400 TLC NAND Flash SSD.
The HyperX Predator from Kingston is known not only for its decent performance in overclock, but also its ultra tall heat spreader that will makes you scratch your head wild due of its compatibility issue with gigantic CPU heat sinks.
Kingston has taken a new initiative this year to makeover the HyperX Predator DDR4 memory kit that we used to know, where the heat spreader is given a much lower profile and dazzling new look. What’s more, the new HyperX Predator DDR4 memory kit will be available at a whopping 3300MHz frequency and Kingston has hinted us that it could be either a CL15 or CL6 kit. 
For those who are still running on a DDR3 system, fret not as Kingston has also confirmed the availability of the new HyperX Predator for DDR3. Further specifications will be available pretty soon as the confirmed official release of the new HyperX Predator memory kit will be on next week.  

Kingston has also revealed a new member in their SSDNow lineup, the company’s very first LTC NAND Flash based SATA III SSD, the SSDNow UV400.
According to Kingston, the UV400 houses 15nm Toshiba TLC NAND Flash and Marvell 88SS1074 4-channel controller is guaranteed to deliver an even better performance compared to the previous SSDNow drives with sequential read and sequential write that goes up to 550MB/s and 500MB/s each.
MSRP for the Kingston SSDNow UV400 hasn’t been confirmed yet as of now, but let’s wait for its availability which according to Kingston, somewhere in July 2016.