MSI has created a new DDR4 speed record by overclocking a HyperX Predator 2400 module to 7156MHz. The feat was achieved on the company's new MEG Z590I UNIFY which is a premium mini-ITX motherboard.
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Today, HP announced that it's buying HyperX, a Kingston Technology division that it's had a longstanding partnership with. The Palo Alto firm is set to pay the sum of $425 million.
The new world record belongs to a legendary Taiwanese overclocker who used liquid nitrogen and surprisingly, a MSI ITX motherboard, to push an 8GB stick of HyperX DDR to a blistering 5,608Mhz.
The HyperX Pulsefire FPS Pro RGB gaming mouse features the Pixart 3389 sensor for tracking and Omron switches with 20 million click durability, among other specs. The gaming mouse costs $59.99.