Assuming you decide to build a new PC around Intel's Sandy Bridge-E platform or upgrade your existing rig to X79, one thing you won't have to worry about is finding quad-channel memory kits. Plenty of memory makers have stepped to the plate with four and eight DIMM kits, including Kingston, which launched a range of quad-channel HyperX Genesis DDR3 kits in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB capacities.
There are ten new kits in all, starting with an 8GB package of DDR3-1333 memory for $65, and going all the way up to a 32GB kit of DDR3-1600 for $218. The most expensive memory kit is actually a 16GB package of DDR3-2133 RAM that's priced at $318.
"Our latest HyperX offerings are specifically made to maximize performance in Intel's new Core i7 3960X or 3930K processors with quad-channel memory support," said Mark Tekunoff, senior technology manager, Kingston. "HyperX Genesis for the X79 platform will scale new overclocking heights for extreme gamers, benchmarkers, content creators and enthusiasts."
More pricing information and details available here.