Kingston releases Fury memory

Kingston releases Fury memory

The famous memory maker Kingston has released a new brand of memory, known as Fury. The new memory line belongs to the HyperX series and promises great performance for entry level gamers and hardware enthusiasts. There something more to Fury though – the new line will retire the Kingston HyperX Blue line of memory modules.

“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 at Kingston. “This is a great product for someone looking to upgrade their gaming system at an affordable price.”

The Kingston HyperX Fury memory offers the most modern DDR3 memory standard and runs at 1333 MHz, 1600 MHz and 1866 MHz. Users will be able to choose among 4 GB and 8 GB memory sticks for kits with total capacity of 8 GB and 16 GB. The memory comes with integrated heat spreaders with stylish blue, black, red and white colors, CAS latency of 9 and 10 clocks and lifetime warranty.

The pricing of the new memory is unknown at the moment.

Source: Kingston

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