Kingston HyperX Predator 32GB CL15 3000MHz, The Predator Strikes! (HX430C15PB3K4/32)

Final Thoughts

When it comes to memory Kingston knows memory and we’ve been to one of their factories and we can assure you that the quality control and precision you desire is there. Our HyperX Predator 32GB DDR4 3000 RAM CL15 kit performed well and installed plug and play. All we had to do was set BIOS to use the Intel XMP and the kit fired right up. Overclocking was a breeze, and if we had time we are sure we could get more out of the kit.

There’s little not to like about the HyperX Predator 32GB DDR4 3000MHz RAM CL15 kit. Predator is marking its territory and that territory is high-end high-performance top of the line. We understand 3000MHz isn’t the top-end speed for DDR4 and there are tighter timings out there, but in our experience, with tighter timings comes more work to get a kit to run and run stable. Most of us are stuck in the mid to good performance price range, and the HyperX Predator 32GB DDR4 3000 RAM CL15 kit is at a high-performance level with a reachable price. The  price of the HyperX Predator 32GB DDR4 3000MHz RAM CL15 is by no means out of line with comparable kits and having used Kingston for 30 years we’ve never had a kit fail. That dedication to quality and never having a Kingston kit fail has earned it our respect, admiration, and the Bjorn3D Golden Bear Award.


Pros: Cons
  • Strong Performance
  • Nice 15-17-17 Timings
  • XMP Profile Was Plug And Play
  • Free Tech Support
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Dependable
  • Kingston Trouble Free Installation
  • Nice Black Heat Spreader
  • Performance Boost
  • 32GB Is Just Expensive (Not Just Kingston Models)

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