HyperX at CES 2017
HyperX has separated themselves from Kingston a bit this year at CES and actually had a separate venue. While they are still a division of Kingston, their focus is entirely on the gaming side of things where performance and curb appear are some of the two more important factors.
Speaking of performance, Kingston was showing off their new M.2 NVMe SSD solution and was managing to pull a ridiculous 1.96 million IOPS from the array. Keep in mind that they were in a RAID array and these drives are very expensive. Regardless, that just shows you what NVMe flash and money can bring to the table. The prices of all these PCIe flash solutions are coming down, and last year the price of a similar setup was almost double. 2017 will be a great year for NVMe and the gaming enthusiast.
Of course HyperX also had a few of their latest headsets, keyboards and mice on display as well and in the end, they offer a pretty impressive and complete internal and external upgrade solution to many of your componets. HyperX memory is fast, their SSDs are faster and all that can be comforably controlled via their Alloy FPS keyboard, Fury gaming surface and new Pulsefire gaming mouse.
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