Kingston has come up with a new RAM, which is enough for at least 10 tabs in the Chrome browser. And something more.
Operational memories are such a quiet pupil in the backseat in the loud roar of the rapid progression of graphics cards and processors. However, this does not detract from their importance. I remember years ago when I enthusiastically installed the new All Points Bulletin game and when I turned it on, I found out that the game just keeps cutting. I fell asleep for a while and didn’t have a standard amount of RAM. It is important to watch this border and nowadays, thanks to more demanding and larger games, we are slowly starting to move to 32GB. And here we have the new Kingston Fury Renegade DDR4 32GB.
Someone may have noticed the Fury label now and will remember HyperX Fury. And you’re right, HyperX is part of Kingston, which has rebranded the brand and added its know-how. Therefore, no one has to worry about quality and reliability. Our reviewed model is specifically KF436C16RB1AK2 / 32, therefore a 2x16GB DDR4 kit with a frequency of 3600 MHz for real couples.
- Individual memories: 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB
- Set of 2 memories: 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB
- Set of 4 memories: 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB
- Set of 8 memories: 256 GB
- Frequency: 3000 MHz, 3200 MHz, 3600 MHz, 4000 MHz, 4266 MHz, 4600 MHz
- Latency: CL15, CL16, CL18, CL19
- Voltage: 1.35 V, 1.4 V, 1.5 V
- Operating temperature: 0 to 70 ° C
- Dimensions: 133.35 × 42.2 × 8 mm
PC assembly parameters
- Processor: Intel Core i7-8700
- Motherboard: ASUS PRIME Z370-P
- Memory: Kingston Fury Renegade DDR4 32GB (2x16GB)
- Graphics: Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080
- OS: Windows 10 64bit
These RAMs are a real delicacy in appearance. Stylish black passive heatsink, which consists of a black PCB board complemented by a deep black aluminum heatsink with cut details and the inscription Fury on the side. Dynamic RGB backlighting will delight those of you who suffer from design. RGB quality is just right and can be fully customized with Kingston FURY CTRL. Of course, you can also choose a variant without RGB.
Of course, the memory also includes the possibility of overclocking using XMP profiles through the BIOS or, for example, using Intel’s Extreme Tuning Utility. The second option is Plug N Play, where your motherboard automatically takes care of everything according to the manufacturer’s settings. Fury Renegade RGB offers frequencies from 3000 MHz to 4600 MHz with fast timing CL15 to CL19, which ensures real performance not only in games, but also at work. And in the Fury Renegade variant without RGB, the frequencies are from 2666 MHz up to 5333 MHz and the timings are CL13 to CL20. These parameters will increase the FPS in games, whether you choose to upgrade to 32GB or for the most demanding up to 64GB.
The Kingston Fury Renegade offers high speed and low response, and thanks to its beautiful design, with or without the RGB backlight variant, your RAM in the cabinet will not be lost. With 32GB or even 64GB, you won’t have to worry about having enough performance for your activities and having a good night’s sleep again on a Friday ahead.