Kingston officially pulled back the curtain from two of its latest Fury product lineup. The first of the two products is the Fury Beast DDR5 RAM, which is designed and made to work in line with Intel’s latest Z690 chipset and 12th generation Alder Lake desktop CPUs. The second is the Fury Renegade NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD, which is not only the brand’s first NVMe Gen4 SSD, but also its first gaming-oriented, high-speed SSD at that.
We’ll start with the Fury Beast DDR5 RAM: as mentioned, the new memory modules are the latest addition to the Fury gaming line, designed to work in tandem with new Z690 motherboards. Available in capacities of up to 32GB, the new memory is available in single modules or dual-stick memory kits. In terms of frequency, consumers will be able to choose between 4800MHz with CL38 timings and 1.1V, or 5200MHz with CL40 timings and 1.25V.
Moving on to the Fury Renegade NVMe Gen4 SSD, the component comes in the standard M.2 2280 form factor and, as its designation suggests, makes full use of the PCIe 4.0 interface. Specs-wise, the SSD uses a 3D TLC NAND, combined with a Phison E18 controller. giving it a maximum sequential read and write speeds of 7300MB/s and 70000MB/s, respectively. As for storage size, the Fury Renegade SSD is available in capacities of 500GB, 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB.
Kingston says that both its Fury Beast DDR5 RAM and Renegade NVMe Gen4 SSD will be available sometime between mid and late November this year. The memory brand did not provide any local pricing.
(Source; Kingston PR)