Monday, January 13th 2014

Kingston Serves Up HyperX Fury Series DDR3 Memory

Kingston unveiled its much talked about Fury line of performance DDR3 memory kits. Positioned between its mainstream HyperX Genesis and high-end HyperX Predator lines, HyperX Fury will compete in the market against the likes of Corsair Vengeance series; going after the crowd that builds gaming desktops with mild overclocks on the CPU and memory. HyperX Fury will ship in speeds ranging between DDR3-1600 and DDR3-2400, and in kit sizes ranging between 4 GB and 64 GB. It comes in four color options. In related news, you can find HyperX Genesis SO-DIMM and HyperX LoVo SO-DIMM modules chilling around next to the four.
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5 Comments on Kingston Serves Up HyperX Fury Series DDR3 Memory

#1
GLD
Excellent! That is what the enthusiast needs! Heat spreader choices to go with the build color scheme. I hope to see more white from the mfgs.
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#2
bogami
How good design can be done with ordinary two pieces of aluminum proves kingston with this series.:D How good they are, the RAM elements will show review!
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#3
Jorge
A fool and his money are soon parted... ;)
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Prima.Vera
by: Jorge
A fool and his money are soon parted... ;)
Jorge,
Trolling in 100% of his posts since Jan 5, 2013.
How did this guy survive more than 1 year without being banned? :))
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Hood
by: Prima.Vera
Jorge,
Trolling in 100% of his posts since Jan 5, 2013.
How did this guy survive more than 1 year without being banned? :))
Too right! Jorge can always be counted on to play Devil's Advocate on every subject. Perhaps a high-end computer caught fire and burned his house down, driving his fear and hatred of all components faster than P4s and DDR2 800. He does provide comic relief, though, especially when he elicits an outraged response from unwary legitimate posters...
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