Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Kingston will be at the Campus Party 2011

Kingston, the largest independent manufacturer of memory products in the world will participate in the Campus Party 2011 with their spatial memory for overclocking. Campus Party, citing mandatory for techies around the world, began to be held in Spain in 1997. From 11 to 17 July this year to bring together thousands of participants in the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia.

Specifically, Kingston will provide participants of the competition "Overclocking: breaking records" his memory kits latest high performance, Kingston HyperX. The buffs compete against each other in successive rounds, leading to limit the performance of their teams. The overclock is a widespread practice among the most demanding users, which is to modify the operation of certain components to increase performance.

Until recently, this practice meant less stable or even shorten the life of the product, manufacturers such as Kingston have thought about these users and have released products designed for them. "Kingston is a pleasure to supply our special memories for overclocking enrollees in this competition," said Andres Maldonado, Head of Business Development at Kingston Iberia.

"The Campus Party is an event that never disappoints, establishing itself as the best place for technology enthusiasts to take full advantage of our products."

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