Kingston says goodbye to HyperX and rolls out FURY series

Posted on Monday, Jul 19 2021 @ 15:54 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Earlier this year, Kingston sold its HyperX gaming brand to HP. This transaction closed last month, all the gaming gear from Kingston is now sold by HP. Kingston will continue to make gaming memory and storage though, but these product lines will no longer be called HyperX. Instead, Kingston is adopting the Kingston FURY brand name.

Bye bye HyperX, here is the Kingston FURY series

Kingston waves goodbye to its HyperX brand by rolling out a new FURY-branded memory product series. Today, the firm is unwrapping three categories; Kingston FURY Renegade, Kingston FURY Beast, and Kingston FURY Impact.

FURY Renegade is the enthusiast-class series, Kingston offers Renegade DDR4 memory modules with and without RGB LEDs. Renegade is offered in everything from 8GB single-kits to 256GB kits of 8. The non-RGB series offers the fastest modules, with frequencies of 2666MHz to 5333MHz. Depending on the module, the latency ranging from CL13 to CL20. The RGB variant is offered in 3000MHz to 4600MHz editions.

FURY Beast is a more mainstream series, just like Renegade you can get it with or without RGB LEDs. DDR5 may be right around the corner but Kingston is still shipping Beast in DDR4 and DDR3 editions. I'm not sure if enthusiast-class DDR3 memory is still widely sold these days. I can understand why you'd want to upgrade an older system with extra DDR3 memory, but even mainstream enthusiast-class DDR3 doesn't make a lot of sense for old computers. It's not like you need a lot of memory to play crazyvegas.com.

The FURY Beast DDR4 is sold in 8GB single-kits to quad-channel 128GB kits. Frequencies range from 2666MHz to 3733MHz, with latency of CL15 to CL19, depending on the model.

FURY Impact is SODIMM for laptops, this lineup is also offered in DDR4 and DDR3. Kingston offers single-module 8GB DDR4 kits and up to 64GB dual-channel kits. Frequencies range from 2666MHz to 3200MHz, with latency of CL15 to CL20, depending on the model you get.

Kingston FURY
Kingston FURY, a division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., a world leader in memory products and technology solutions, announced today it has begun shipping its high-performance memory: Kingston FURY™ Renegade, Kingston FURY Beast, and Kingston FURY Impact. Enthusiasts and gamers can give their systems the upgrade they need and want with modules in DDR4 RGB, DDR4 non-RGB, and DDR3.

“Whether you’re contemplating a simple budget-friendly upgrade or ready to max out your system’s capabilities for the ultimate gaming experience Kingston FURY has the products for you.”

Perfect for the gamer who wants cutting-edge performance, Kingston FURY Renegade DDR4 RGB allows you to crank up your frame rate, keep your streams broadcasting smoothly, and plow through your highlight reel editing. Offering speeds up to 4600MHz2 paired with quick CL15-CL19 latencies. The dynamic RGB lighting utilizes Kingston FURY's patented Infrared Sync Technology™ to provide smooth, synchronized lighting effects. With its own aggressive, stylish black heat spreader and matching black PCB Kingston FURY Renegade DDR4 also provides ultra-fast speeds up to 5333MHz, paired with quick CL13-CL20 timings. Both are Intel® XMP certified with profiles that are optimized for Intel’s latest chipsets – just select the hand-tuned profile in your BIOS and you’re ready to strike fear in the hearts of your foes. Available in single module capacities of 8GB - 32GB and kits of 2, 4, and 8 with capacities up to 256GB.

Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB and Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 provide powerful performance boosts for gaming, video editing, and rendering with speeds up to 3733MHz and CL15–19 latencies. Those looking for a cost-efficient upgrade will have the option of the smooth and stunning lighting effects of Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB. Available in single module capacities of 8GB–32GB and kit capacities of 16GB–128GB. Or the stylish low-profile heat spreader design of Kingston FURY Beast DDR4, available in single module capacities of 4GB–32GB, and kit capacities of 8GB–128GB. Both feature Plug n Play automatic overclocking at 2666MHz3 and are Intel XMP ready and ready for AMD Ryzen™. DDR3 kits also available.

Fully equip your notebook or small form factor machine with Kingston FURY Impact SODIMM to minimize system lag and open up a world of detail. Intel XMP ready and ready for AMD Ryzen in capacities up to 64GB, Plug N Play Kingston FURY Impact DDR4 auto overclocks to the highest frequency published, up to 3200MHz, to support Intel and AMD’s latest CPU technologies. Install the sleek black PCB for a hassle-free boost, no need to tinker with the BIOS and still run cool, quiet, and efficiently, thanks to Kingston FURY Impact DDR4’s low 1.2 voltage. DDR3 also available in speeds up to 1866MHz.

“We’re happy to continue to provide the same great high-performance memory and customer service that gaming and PC enthusiasts have come to expect from us, now through Kingston FURY,” said Kristy Ernt, DRAM business manager, Kingston. “Whether you’re contemplating a simple budget-friendly upgrade or ready to max out your system’s capabilities for the ultimate gaming experience Kingston FURY has the products for you.”

Kingston FURY’s DRAM line gives you the best of both worlds: extreme performance and maximum peace of mind with 100-percent factory testing at speed, and backed by a lifetime warranty and over 30 years of expertise.
As mentioned before, the gaming peripherals from HyperX are now sold via HP. I checked out the Pulsefire Haste mouse earlier this year and can highly recommend it. It's a great mouse for work, gaming, jeux de casino argent reel , creative work, or just casual web browsing.