Comprising of six modules with 4GB of capacity each, the pack costs just shy of £1,000, and we wondered who would make such an investment in system RAM.
We popped along to the Kingston suite at CES 2010 to see it in action, running virtualised copies of Windows 7 that hog more than 20GB of RAM.
The company freely admits that the 24GB kit - a 16GB kit was also released for P55 chipset-based boards - is a fundamentally niche product, but it reckons that gamers who want the ultimate PC may well give it a look.
We'll be taking a look at such a kit in the coming weeks, to see if having a hideous amount of RAM is beneficial to the enthusiast. For most, we imagine, 24GBs of system RAM is dream PC territory.
How would you use 24GB of RAM? Do you see a point to it? We'd love to know.