Kingston today launched an updated Fury ram series, including Impact, Beast and Renegade models, bringing radical shapes and specifications to the company’s memory product line.
This beast It is available in RGB or non-RGB styles, sold in kits of 1, 2 or 4 DIMMs, with a frequency range of 2666 MHz to 3733 MHz. In addition to the fancy RGB options, the Beast series also has CL15, CL16, CL18 and CL19 delays, with voltages ranging from 1.35V to 1.5.
Next is traitorThese kits are not designed for ordinary users, as Kingston said, it is designed for overclockers, “Renegade DDR4 is the choice of overclockers, PC manufacturers and gamers.”
Renegade provides a single memory stick ranging from 8GB to 32GB, and can span up to 8 memory stick kits, with a total capacity of 128GB or 256GB. The memory also has an RGB version, but if you are looking for the best possible performance, it is best to get a non-RGB version; the RGB model has a maximum frequency of 4600 MHz, and the non-RGB model can reach up to 5333 MHz. The lowest delay of the RGB version is CL15, while the non-RGB version is as low as CL13.
Finally, we have a dark horse of three people, influences. This row is for laptops, which means they are SODIMMs. Although not as fast as its desktop brother with a maximum frequency of 3200MHz, Impact still offers low latency from CL15 to CL120. Notebook computer memory modules are sold in single strips ranging from 8GB to 32GB, and two kits with a total capacity ranging from 16GB to 64GB.
According to Kingston, all three models support Intel and AMD.For more information, please check Kingston’s product page.