Wednesday, April 9th 2014

HyperX Releases 'FURY' Memory Line

HyperX, a division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced the launch of HyperX FURY memory for entry-level gamers and enthusiasts. HyperX FURY replaces the HyperX blu memory line. The new, next-generation high-performance memory offers automatic overclocking with an asymmetric, aggressive heatspreader design for the ultimate cost-efficient enthusiast computer experience.

HyperX FURY memory is fully Plug and Play (PnP) so it automatically overclocks within the system speed allowance without any manual BIOS tuning. The new heatspreader design comes in four colors (blue, black, red, and white) and features black PCB to enable gamers, modders and system builders to have color matched systems. HyperX FURY is available in 1333 MHz, 1600 MHz, and 1866 MHz frequencies.

HyperX FURY system memory will soon be joined by HyperX FURY SSD, designed also for entry-level gamers and enthusiasts who want to get into the game quicker. HyperX FURY SSD allows PCs and applications to load faster and improve overall system responsiveness.

"We are excited to offer our newest addition to the HyperX DRAM family for entry-level enthusiasts who want to maximize their gaming and user experience," said Lawrence Yang, business manager, HyperX. "This is a great product for someone looking to upgrade their gaming system at an affordable price."

HyperX FURY memory is available in 4 GB and 8 GB modules as well as 8 GB and 16 GB kits of two. It is backed by a lifetime warranty, free live technical support, and legendary Kingston reliability.

HyperX FURY Memory Features and Specifications:
  • PnP: Plug and Play automatically overclocks the memory up to the system maximum specs
  • Capacities: 4 GB singles, 8 GB singles, 8 GB kit, 16 GB kit
  • Frequency: 1333 MHz, 1600 MHz, 1866 MHz
  • CAS Latency: 9, 10
  • Voltage: 1.5V
  • Heatspreader: Stylish and aggressive in blue/black/red/white
  • PCB: Black
  • Reliable: 100% tested
  • Guaranteed: Lifetime warranty
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11 Comments on HyperX Releases 'FURY' Memory Line

#1
Jizzler
Looks good and nice to be able to get any color at any speed.
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#2
ZetZet
1600 cas 10? what.
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#3
Jorge
by: ZetZet
1600 cas 10? what.
Colors for the kids... as if it makes any diff in system performance.

Extensive testing with real apps shows DDR3 running at 1333 MHz. and higher shows no tangible system performance gains via tighter timings on CPU powered desktops as the RAM is not a system bottleneck as DDR/DDR2 were. Thus the only gains are a few nanoseconds, which means zip in system performance.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DDR3_SDRAM
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#4
damric
I guess there is no quality chips left, since we haven't seen any new 1600CL6-2000CL7 in years. Saw some 2400CL9 not too long ago though.
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#5
erixx
Fury? Vengance? Next will be Nachovidal DDR... WTF?
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#6
remixedcat
BRUTEBIZOTCH THUNDER PREDATOR MATRIX X897867675656 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#7
emissary42
by: damric
I guess there is no quality chips left, since we haven't seen any new 1600CL6-2000CL7 in years. Saw some 2400CL9 not too long ago though.
And then there also are the new Corsair Dominator Platinum CMD8GX3M2A2133C8 & CMD16GX3M4A2133C8 ^^
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#8
Depth
by: emissary42
And then there also are the new Corsair Dominator Platinum CMD8GX3M2A2133C8 & CMD16GX3M4A2133C8 ^^
That cmd16gx3m4a2133c8 set looks nice, but how does it compare to the f3-2666c11q-16gtxd set?
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#9
TRWOV
Finally, >1333 1.5v sticks from Kingston. Too bad they're C10. :banghead:
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#10
RejZoR
Unless you fit in a very narrow userbase, capacity is all it matters. Very high speed RAM has idiotically high timings so in the end you don't really do much. But having 24GB or 32GB of RAM over just 4 or 8GB makes a massive difference.
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#11
MikeMurphy
by: RejZoR
Unless you fit in a very narrow userbase, capacity is all it matters. Very high speed RAM has idiotically high timings so in the end you don't really do much. But having 24GB or 32GB of RAM over just 4 or 8GB makes a massive difference.
Timings are based on ram 'clocks', so just because there are higher latencies with higher frequencies, doesn't mean that the latency is actually worse. Ie. a 1600mhz CL10 dimm has the same latency as a 2400mhz CL15 dimm.

Yes, lots of RAM is a blessing. I'm running 32GB and much of it acts as cache, resulting in Windows running lightening fast.
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