Kingston officially added two new memory products to its portfolio recently. These products are the KC3000 NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD and ValueRAM DDR5 memory kits, and they come a week after the memory brand’s announcement of its Fury Renegade DDR5 RAM and Beast NVMe Gen4 SSD.
Starting with the SSD, the KC3000 is available in four capacities: 512GB, 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB. Performance-wise, the KC3000 boasts sequential read speeds of 7GB/ across the board, while sequential write speeds start at 3.9GB/s and top out at 7GB/s. In addition, the SSD uses a combination of 3D TLC and a Phison E18 controller, and is cooled via a low-profile graphene aluminium heat spreader.
The Kingston KC3000 PCIe 4.0 SSD is already available globally. At the time of writing, the brand did not specify local pricing.
Next on the list is the brand’s DDR5 ValueRAM. Available in single 16GB memory sticks and kits of two (16GB x2), the memory modules run at a base frequency of 4800MHz, CL40 timings, and a operational voltage of 1.1V. Like all Kingston products, the DDR5 RAM also comes with a lifetime warranty.
Like the KC3000, Kingston’s DDR5 ValueRAM is already available on the market, although local pricing still hasn’t been provided to us by the brand.