Back in June, Kingston told the world that it would be launching FURY: its brand new high-performance, gaming-grade memory lineup, as a response to the sale of its HyperX sub-brand to HP earlier in February, and that more details would follow later. True to its word, the new sub-brand is now live and is now being shipped out globally.
As previously reported, the FURY lineup comprises three SKUs, each designed and made for gamers across the spectrum. The SKUs includes the Renegade, Beast, and Impact. Sitting on the pedestal, the FURY Renegade lineup is Kingston’s top of the line SKU and comes either with RGB LEDs or without.
With the former, the memory lineup is available in kits of two, four, and eight modules, with a maximum capacity of 256GB. In terms of frequency, modules start at 3000MHz while top-tier models peak at 4600MHz. Further, CL timings range between CL15 and CL19. For the non-RGB modules, gamers can purchase memory modules with a maximum frequency of 5333MHz, and CL timings of CL20. Oh, and they also support voltage greater than 1.35V, with some models able to drive up to 1.6V.
An important point to note is that the FURY Renegade lineup is that, while optimised for Intel’s Extreme Memory Profile, the memory modules also play nice with AMD’s Ryzen-based systems.
Moving down the line, we have the FURY Beast lineup. Like the Renegade SKU, this lineup is both Intel XMP and AMD Ryzen ready and is available in both RGB and non-RGB variants. Of course, unlike its premium-grade sibling, it is only available in kits of four at most, with maximum capacities of 128GB.
Frequency-wise, both RGB and non-RGB models start at 2666MHz and top out at 3733MHz, while latencies range between CL15 and CL19. As for voltage, the lineup is available with either 1.2V or 1.35V.
Last on the list is the FURY Impact, Kingstons’ SO-DIMM DDR4 memory and solution for gamers that are seeking an upgrade for their gaming laptop or small form factor gaming PCs. Available in kits of two and four, the FURY Impact lineup is available in capacities of up to 128GB, as well as maximum frequencies of 3733MHz. Again, like its two siblings, CL timings range from CL15 to CL19, while the highest voltage rating the lineup supports is capped at 1.35V but is also available in 1.2V.
At the time of writing, Kingston did not provide local pricing.