Mumbai : As the technology of CPU and GPU keeps evolving, it is no doubt that Virtual Reality has explored itself in mainstream lately. Games and apps applied to VR devices have already grabbed gamers’ attention worldwide and everyone just can’t wait to jump into the bandwagon of games. However, it actually takes more than VR device to experience the alternative reality. HyperX, a division of Kingston Technology, the independent world leader in memory products, provides a total solution for gamers to upgrade the system and make sure it keeps up with the suggested requirements.
To have nice and smooth VR gaming experience, it’s recommended to have at least 8GB modules within the system, and 16 GB if you need to work on 3D rendering or video editing. For gamers who want to upgrade the RAMs, the upcoming Predator DDR4 at Kingston will end the wait. The aggressive design offers greater heat dissipation to optimize reliability while the black aluminum heat spreader and black PCB complements the look of the latest PC hardware. With fast frequencies up to 3333MHz and total capacities up to 64GB, Predator DDR4 will make sure you feel no stutter in virtual reality.
HyperX Predator DDR4 DRAM delivers fast frequencies with low CL15-CL16 latencies to keep enthusiasts and gamers in the lead. HyperX Predator DDR3 DRAM is also available in speeds up to 2666MHz with low CL9-CL11 latencies for an overall faster system. Both HyperX Predator DDR4 and DDR3 is 100-percent factory tested at speed and backed by a lifetime warranty, free technical support and legendary reliability.
In addition to components upgrade, the latest HyperX Cloud Revolver headset is also a perfect match for gamers looking for all around VR experience. Featuring a studio grade sound stage with 50mm directional drivers, HyperX Cloud Revolver delivers wider depth and width for improved audio precision in open environment virtual reality games, and it will match visual with perfect audio performance. To find out more HyperX VR solutions, please visit hyperxgaming.com/vr.