Kingston Announces FURY Lineup of HyperX DDR3 Memory

Kingston targeting entry-level and budget gamers with their affordable new FURY memory sticks

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Computer storage and memory company Kingston recently announced the newest addition to their HyperX DRAM lineup: the FURYs. FURY sticks can be bought separately or in kits, and feature various specs and colors to work for just about every user. Kingston is hoping to make HyperX memory available for every budget, so the sticks and kits are all quite affordable.

Kingston FURY HyperX DDR3 Memory

Kingston FURY HyperX DDR3 Memory

FURY Specs & Details

The FURY DDR3 memory kits feature CAS 9/CAS 10 timings and all operate at 1.5 V. Available frequencies include 1333 MHz, 1600 MHz, and 1866 MHz. While these clearly aren’t the best on the market, Kingston is hoping to target entry level and budget gamers and make it easy to get high performance without a lot of technical know-how or cash. Stick capacity is either 4 or 8 GB per module, and kits come with 1 to 2 of each making for kits ranging from 4 to 16 GB. These sticks are stated to be compatible with P55, H67, P67, Z68, Z77, Z87 and H61 Intel chipsets, as well as A75, A87, A88, A89, A78 and E35 AMD chipsets.

FURY memory is also designed to be Plug & Play, and automatically overclocks to the highest available performance by recognizing your system’s specifications. This all will hopefully make setup and play a breeze.

According to Kingston’s website:

“Even newbies get up to speed fast, since FURY automatically recognizes its host platform and automatically overclocks to the highest frequency published – up to 1866 MHz – providing plenty of power for your next deathmatch. FURY’s asymmetric heatspreader design lets you stand out from the “square” crowd. It’s available in black, blue, red and– for the first time in the HyperX line –white, with a black PCB. So your rig can reflect your style and you can show it off with pride – without spending a lot, since FURY is affordably priced.”

All Kingston memory modules are backed by a lifetime warranty, so even with the budget price you know you are secure against any future mishaps.

FURY Pricing & Where To Buy

Modules and kits can currently be purchased directly through Kingston, or on Newegg, Amazon, and TigerDirect. Prices range (through Kingston) from $42 for a single 4 GB/1333 MHz stick, to $161 for a 16 GB/1866 MHz kit.


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