Final Thoughts & Conclusion
Ever since we saw the Predator RGB memory at HyperX’s suite at CES 2018, we’ve been drooling. The memory kits themselves just look awesome in every build, but the fact that you never see the modules out of sync is just so unusual, it stands out. If you enjoy your entire machine whirling around in a bath of random rainbows, you might not care, but if you have a specific look you are going for, it really does make a visual impact.
The performance was just as high as expected from a HyperX product. We even managed to get another 400 MHz out of 16GB modules which is pretty solid. Some 8GB sticks can’t even get that high and those are typically easier to do. We also really appreciated the modules always staying in perfect sync visually thanks to the Infrared Sync technology. It’s kind of fun to slip a piece of paper between the modules and watch the one to the left just stop where it is. The very second you pull the paper out from between them, they are instantly back in sync. Pricing syncs pretty well with your wallet as well with this 2x16GB kit sitting at about $225 on the street.
Great job HyperX!