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With the CeBIT this week, Kingston wanted to attract people from around the world to come and see their latest products, so they released a video on youtube in which two of its HyperX DDR3 modules are overclocked to 2133 MHz. Without any extra cooling systems only backed up by the Nvidia nForce 790i motherboard the DDr3 memory is shown booting Windows at 2133 MHz. According to CPU-Z the memory’s timings were of 9-9-9-27 while the powered required for running at 2133 MHz was 2V.