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Kingston Reveals Fury Lineup of DDR3 Memory with 48 Kits

By - Source: Tom's Hardware US | B 3 comments

Your wallet (probably) won't be furious at you for buying this memory.

Kingston has announced a new lineup of memory products: the FURYs. The memory will come in numerous flavors, bringing kits that will work for almost every gamer out there.

The DDR3 memory kits will feature CAS 9 or CAS 10 timings and will all operate at a voltage of 1.5 V. They are also built to Plug and Play. Systems with XMP profiles will automatically clock the memory at their respective frequencies which will range from 1333 MHz to 1866 MHz. These specifications aren't particularly impressive, but if the price is right, it won't matter all that much to the target audience.

"We are excited to offer our newest addition to the HyperX DRAM family for entry-level enthusiasts who want to maximize their gaming and user experience," said Lawrence Yang, business manager, HyperX. "This is a great product for someone looking to upgrade their gaming system at an affordable price."

The kits will come in 48 flavors. There will be three frequencies to choose from (1333 MHz, 1600 MHz, and 1866 MHz) as well as four colors (red, blue, black and white). In addition, there are, of course, the capacity numbers, which are either 4 GB or 8 GB per module, and kits will come with either one or two of each modules, making for kits ranging from 4 GB to 16 GB.

No word on pricing yet, but as indicated, these will be perfectly affordable units.

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    Tempname , April 11, 2014 1:20 PM
    These are basically the HyperX Predator, which I have, CL10 1866 1.5V, and they're pretty great. Reached 2544 on 1.65V or something like that.
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    ykki , April 11, 2014 10:24 PM
    nice looking memory
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    TheMentalist , April 12, 2014 8:34 AM
    I wish they made green modules too