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Kingston FURY unleashes DDR5 RAM and PCIe 4.0 NVMe Performance SSD

By Ken Wong - on 5 Nov 2021, 10:40am

Kingston FURY unleashes DDR5 RAM and PCIe 4.0 NVMe Performance SSD

Unleash DDR5 speed on your gaming. Image source: Kingston.

Kingston’s FURY line of memory modules is adding two new members to its line-up.

The first is the Beast DDR5 module. This is a DDR5 RAM module that Kingston says is ideal for gamers and enthusiasts seeking greater performance from their next-gen platforms like the Intel Z690 Chipset and 12th Gen Intel Core processors.

The module features Intel XMP 3.0, a new overclock specification that includes customisable profiles for speeds and timings, double the banks from 16 to 32, and double the burst length from 8 to 16.

Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 is available in 16GB single modules and kits of 2 x 16GB, at speeds of 4800MHz and 5200MHz, with latencies of CL38 and CL40, plus voltages of 1.1V and 1.25V.

The Renegade is available in capacities up to 4TB. Image source: Kingston.

The second is the Kingston FURY Renegade. Kingston says this PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 drive was designed for gamers, enthusiasts, and high-power users with its Gen 4x4 controller and 3D TLC NAND.

With PCIe 4.0, the Kingston FURY Renegade SSD achieves speeds up to 7,300/7,000MB/s read/write and up to 1,000,000 IOPS to deliver what Kingston calls is “amazing consistency for an exceptional gaming experience.”

It also comes with a low profile, graphene aluminium heat spreader that is designed to keep the SSD cool during intense usage and deliver superior performance even in the tightest of spaces in gaming PCs and laptops.


Pricing and availability

In Singapore, the Kingston FURY Renegade SSD will be available from 25 November in 500GB, 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB capacities. The Beast DDR5’s launch date has not yet been confirmed.

As for pricing, Kingston says to check out their Lazada’s Kingston official store after the official launch dates for more information.


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