Kingston FURY DDR5 and PCIe 4.0 SSDs announced for gamers and enthusiasts
Kingston announced the Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 memory and Kingston FURY Renegade SSD, which are the brand’s DDR5 and PCIe 4.0 storage products. This is just great timing, as we are just a day away from the launch of the 12th Gen Intel Core series that supports both of these new products from Kingston FURY.
Kingston FURY Beast DDR5
Kingston is starting off with the Kingston FURY Beast DDR5, which delivers the performance and reliability you expect from Kingston. There’s no RGB option yet, but you still get an aggressive-looking aluminum heatspreader that helps cool the memory ICs along with the power management circuitry.
For the initial offerings, you can get the Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 in 16GB sticks, in single module or kits of 2, at speeds of 4800MHz and 5200MHz. Kingston has worked with leading motherboard makers like MSI, ASUS, ASRock and GIGABYTE to optimize for stability.
Unlike other brands, Kingston is ready to back the Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 with a lifetime warranty. Pricing and availability has yet to be confirmed, although you can be prepared to see the Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 in stores starting mid to late-November.
Kingston FURY Renegade SSD
Kingston developed the Kingston FURY Renegade SSD with the latest Phison E18 controller and TLC 3D NAND to deliver speeds of up to 7300MB/s read and 7000MB/s write. As PCIe 4.0 SSDs have the tendency to run hotter than their PCIe 3.0 counterparts, Kingston equipped the Kingston FURY Renegade SSD with a low-profile, graphene aluminum heatspreader to help dissipate excess heat while still allowing it to fit in the tightest spaces, including laptops. And I must say it looks amazing too, which is always a bonus.
The Kingston FURY Renegade SSDs are available in capacities ranging from 500GB to 4TB. Similar to the Kingston FURY Beast DDR5, pricing and availability is unconfirmed at the moment, but it is set to arrive in markets sometime between mid to late-November.
The Kingston FURY Renegade SSDs are covered by 5-year limited warranties. Endurance figures are very good too, with the Kingston FURY Renegade SSDs promising up to 4.0PBW for the 4TB variant.
Pokdepinion: I definitely look forward to seeing the Kingston FURY Renegade SSD in action without an actual heatsink on top!