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Kingston FURY Released, New Lineup Takes Systems to the Next Level

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Kingston FURY, a division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., a world leader in memory products and technology solutions, announced today it has begun shipping its high-performance memory: Kingston FURY Renegade, Kingston FURY Beast, and Kingston FURY Impact. Enthusiasts and gamers can give their systems the upgrade they need and want with modules in DDR4 RGB, DDR4 non-RGB, and DDR3.

Perfect for the gamer who wants cutting-edge performance, Kingston FURY Renegade DDR4 RGB1 allows you to crank up your frame rate, keep your streams broadcasting smoothly, and plow through your highlight reel editing. Offering speeds up to 4600 MHz2 paired with quick CL15-CL19 latencies. The dynamic RGB lighting utilizes Kingston FURY's patented Infrared Sync Technology to provide smooth, synchronized lighting effects. With its own aggressive, stylish black heat spreader and matching black PCB Kingston FURY Renegade DDR4 also provides ultra-fast speeds up to 5333 MHz2, paired with quick CL13-CL20 timings. Both are Intel XMP certified with profiles that are optimized for Intel's latest chipsets - just select the hand-tuned profile in your BIOS and you're ready to strike fear in the hearts of your foes. Available in single module capacities of 8 GB - 32 GB and kits of 2, 4, and 8 with capacities up to 256 GB.



Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB and Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 provide powerful performance boosts for gaming, video editing, and rendering with speeds up to 3733 MHz and CL15-19 latencies. Those looking for a cost-efficient upgrade will have the option of the smooth and stunning lighting effects of Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB. Available in single module capacities of 8 GB-32 GB and kit capacities of 16 GB-128 GB. Or the stylish low-profile heat spreader design of Kingston FURY Beast DDR4, available in single module capacities of 4 GB-32 GB, and kit capacities of 8 GB-128 GB. Both feature Plug n Play automatic overclocking at 2666 MHz and are Intel XMP ready and ready for AMD Ryzen. DDR3 kits also available.

Fully equip your notebook or small form factor machine with Kingston FURY Impact SODIMM to minimize system lag and open up a world of detail. Intel XMP ready and ready for AMD Ryzen in capacities up to 64 GB, Plug N Play Kingston FURY Impact DDR4 auto overclocks to the highest frequency published, up to 3200 MHz, to support Intel and AMD's latest CPU technologies. Install the sleek black PCB for a hassle-free boost, no need to tinker with the BIOS and still run cool, quiet, and efficiently, thanks to Kingston FURY Impact DDR4's low 1.2 voltage. DDR3 also available in speeds up to 1866 MHz.

"We're happy to continue to provide the same great high-performance memory and customer service that gaming and PC enthusiasts have come to expect from us, now through Kingston FURY," said Kristy Ernt, DRAM business manager, Kingston. "Whether you're contemplating a simple budget-friendly upgrade or ready to max out your system's capabilities for the ultimate gaming experience Kingston FURY has the products for you."

Kingston FURY's DRAM line gives you the best of both worlds: extreme performance and maximum peace of mind with 100-percent factory testing at speed, and backed by a lifetime warranty and over 30 years of expertise.

Kingston FURY Renegade DDR4 Features and Specifications

Fierce black aluminum heat spreader: The dense black aluminum heat spreader and matching black PCB keeps your rig running and looking cool.
Optimized for Intel XMP: Intel Extreme Memory Profile technology makes overclocking a breeze. Simply select one of the built-in, hand-tuned profiles in your BIOS to get the benefits of overclocking without having to manually adjust the memory timings yourself.
Ready for AMD Ryzen: Get memory that's Ready for AMD Ryzen and will seamlessly integrate with your AMD-based system. A reliable, compatible performance boost for your build.
Reliability backed by a lifetime warranty: Kingston FURY memory modules are 100% tested at speed to ensure they are free from manufacturing and material defects. Renegade DDR4 is backed by a lifetime warranty and over 30 years of experience.

RGB:
  • Dynamic RGB lighting effects: Let your inner light shine and bring your battle station to life with smooth, stunning, RGB lighting effects.
  • Kingston FURY Infrared Sync Technology : Easily keep your RGB effects synced thanks to Kingston FURY's patented Infrared Sync Technology.
  • Capacities:
  • Singles: 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB
  • Kit of 2: 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB
  • Kit of 4: 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB
  • Kit of 8: 256 GB
  • Frequencies: 3000 MHz, 3200 MHz, 3600 MHz, 4000 MHz, 4266 MHz, 4600 MHz
  • Latencies: CL15, CL16, CL18, CL19
  • Voltage: 1.35 V, 1.4 V, 1.5 V
  • Operating Temperature: 0°C to 70°C
  • Dimensions: 133.35 mm x 42.2 mm x 8 mm
  • Non-RGB:
  • High speeds paired with low latencies for insane performance: With speeds of up to 5333 MHz paired with quick CL13-CL20 timings help your AMD- or Intel-based system power through games, video editing, and broadcasting, Renegade DDR4 is the choice for overclockers, PC builders, and gamers.
  • Capacities:
  • Singles: 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB
  • Kit of 2: 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB
  • Kit of 4: 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB
  • Kit of 8: 128 GB, 256 GB
  • Frequencies: 2666 MHz, 3000 MHz, 3200 MHz, 3600 MHz, 4000 MHz, 4266 MHz, 4600 MHz, 4800 MHz, 5000 MHz, 5133 MHz, 5333 MHz
  • Latencies: CL13, CL15, CL16, CL18, CL19, CL20
  • Voltage: 1.35 V, 1.4 V, 1.5 V, 1.55 V, 1.6 V
  • Operating Temperature: 0°C to 85 °C
  • Dimensions: 133.35 mm x 42.2 mm x 8.3 mm
Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 Features and Specifications
  • Intel XMP-Ready: Our engineers have predefined Intel Extreme Memory Profiles designed to maximize the performance of our memory modules reaching speeds up to 3733 MHz.
  • Ready for AMD Ryzen: Get memory that's ready for Ryzen and will seamlessly integrate with your AMD-based system. A reliable, compatible performance boost for your build.
  • Plug N Play - Automatic overclocking up to 2666 MHz: A simple and easy Plug N Play upgrade, Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 will auto-overclock itself to the highest listed speed allowed by the system BIOS.
  • RGB:
  • Customizable RGB lighting with aggressive styling: Give your battle station a stylish upgrade thanks to Beast DDR4 RGB's heat spreader and customizable smooth, stunning RGB effects. Use the powerful Kingston FURY CTRL software or motherboard manufacturer's software to create your own look.
  • Kingston FURY Infrared Sync Technology : RGB effects stay synced thanks to Kingston's patented Infrared Sync Technology.
  • Capacities:
  • Singles: 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB
  • Kit of 2: 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB
  • Kit of 4: 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB
  • Frequencies: 2666 MHz, 3000 MHz, 3200 MHz, 3600 MHz, 3733 MHz
  • Latencies: CL15, CL16, CL17, CL18, CL19
  • Voltage: 1.2 V, 1.35 V
  • Operating Temperature: 0°C to 70°C
  • Dimensions: 133.35 mm x 41.24 mm x 7mm
  • Non-RGB:
  • Low-profile heat spreader: The sleek-looking heat spreader is a great upgrade for your battle station's style.
  • High-performance, cost-effective upgrade: Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 is the perfect choice for a system builder, or someone looking for an upgrade to jump start their sluggish system.
  • Capacities:
  • Singles: 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB
  • Kit of 2: 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB
  • Kit of 4: 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB
  • Frequencies: 2666 MHz, 3000 MHz, 3200 MHz, 3600 MHz, 3733 MHz
  • Latencies: CL15, CL16, CL17, CL18, CL19
  • Voltage: 1.2 V, 1.35 V
  • Operating Temperature: 0°C to 85°C
  • Dimensions: 133.35 mm x 34.1 mm x 7.2 mm
Kingston FURY Impact DDR4 Features and Specifications
  • Powerful SODIMM Performance: Maximize your memory and get a boost to your gaming, multitasking, and rendering.
  • Plug N Play Automatic Overclocking Functionality: Impact DDR4 automatically overclocks itself to the highest published frequency.
  • Intel XMP-Ready Profiles: Our engineers have predefined Intel Extreme Memory Profiles designed to maximize the performance of our memory modules, reaching speeds up to 3200 MHz.
  • Ready for AMD Ryzen: Get memory that's ready for AMD Ryzen and will seamlessly integrate with your AMD-based SODIMM-compatible system. A reliable, compatible performance boost for your build.
  • Higher Performance with Low Power Consumption: Run your system cool and efficiently with Impact DDR4's low 1.2 V power draw.
  • Slim form, sleek design: The black PCB and sleek thermal label deliver big style with a small footprint.
  • Capacities:
  • Singles: 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB
  • Kit of 2: 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB
  • Frequencies: 2666 MHz, 2933 MHz, 3200 MHz
  • Latencies: CL15, CL16, CL17, CL20
  • Voltage: 1.2 V
  • Operating Temperature: 0°C to 85°C
  • Dimensions: 69.6 mm x 30 mm

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Now that is a friggin press release! None of that half a page nonsense. All the info you could ever want but the specific per module timings and price :/
Of course i want to know what ics are in what but that will reveal itself soon enough.
It is good to see someones gearing up for the chipset wars! Mo memory! Mo memory! Mo memory! STOP! Hahaha

You aspiring mb/memory reviewers had better hustle it up!
 
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Oh cool more ddr4 and ddr3... Hold up, wait a minute. Are they still making new ddr3 modules. Aren't ddr3 supposed to be EOL?

Now with DDR5 around the corner as well. DRR3 dosent make so much sense any more or does it.

I have just retired my own ddr3 pc in form of X58. But making new ddr3. Systems with ddr3 are so old now, so does it even make sense to buy new modules over used once.
 
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Oh cool more ddr4 and ddr3... Hold up, wait a minute. Are they still making new ddr3 modules. Aren't ddr3 supposed to be EOL?

Now with DDR5 around the corner as well. DRR3 dosent make so much sense any more or does it.

I have just retired my own ddr3 pc in form of X58. But making new ddr3. Systems with ddr3 are so old now, so does it even make sense to buy new modules over used once.
Many laptops, prebuilts and business computers are working perfectly fine, but may have a low (2-4GB) amount of RAM. Considering current shortages and high prices, an upgrade to higher speed and/or capacity would revive a starving system without having to dump cash down the drain for a new build.
 
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Urgh, if you want high clocks and decent latency, you have to get RGB :kookoo:
 
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Hopefully somewhat decent ics, 3600 cl16 or better all the way without some crappy dies, but proper overclocking stuff would be fun. Make it somewhat competitive to G.Skill for example, atleast if they don't just reuse their old stuff.
 
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Now that is a friggin press release! None of that half a page nonsense. All the info you could ever want but the specific per module timings and price :/
Of course i want to know what ics are in what but that will reveal itself soon enough.
It is good to see someones gearing up for the chipset wars! Mo memory! Mo memory! Mo memory! STOP! Hahaha

You aspiring mb/memory reviewers had better hustle it up!
From what I'm seeing, this is just to phase out the HyperX brand from their existing RAM SKUs after they sold it to HP.
 
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From what I'm seeing, this is just to phase out the HyperX brand from their existing RAM SKUs after they sold it to HP.
Mhmm

Apparently my brand of sarcasm doesnt travel well...
 
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Hopefully somewhat decent ics, 3600 cl16 or better all the way without some crappy dies, but proper overclocking stuff would be fun. Make it somewhat competitive to G.Skill for example, atleast if they don't just reuse their old stuff.
Same as before I'm abs sure. Well they tuned the XMP a bit for some SKUs, can't take that away.
They seem to be VERY cost-aware a company. It's whatever does its rated specs, not MuH b-DiE mUh DjR!!1 It can be "Kingston-die" of a really hard to decipher origin if they feel like it, take ValueRAMs or former Furies for example (Predators were usually properly branded for some reason).

P.S. "lottery" bins (like 3200 16-18-18) of G.skill can be hot garbo too, depending on the batch and as such, their guts. Whatever the series. From Aegis to TridentZ Royal (yup).
 
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