[Computex 2024] What’s New with Kingston at the “Racing Beyond Limits” Showcase?

Aiman Maulana
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[Computex 2024] What’s New with Kingston at the “Racing Beyond Limits” Showcase?

Kingston Technology returns to COMPUTEX 2024 with a high-octane, race-themed showcase titled “Kingston: Racing Beyond Limits.” Drawing inspiration from the thrilling world of auto racing, Kingston transforms its cutting-edge product lines into elite racers, complete with a racetrack and pit stop setup. The event highlights Kingston’s commitment to performance, speed, and durability, featuring a range of new products.

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[Computex 2024] What's New with Kingston at the "Racing Beyond Limits" Showcase?

[Computex 2024] What's New with Kingston at the "Racing Beyond Limits" Showcase?

The “Racing Beyond Limits” showroom is designed to immerse visitors in the adrenaline-fueled atmosphere of auto racing. Kingston’s products are showcased as elite race drivers, each representing different facets of Kingston’s technology:

v[Computex 2024] What's New with Kingston at the "Racing Beyond Limits" Showcase?

v[Computex 2024] What's New with Kingston at the "Racing Beyond Limits" Showcase?

  • Kingston FURY: Embodying power and speed, Kingston FURY showcases high-performance DRAM and SSDs for gamers, including the new Kingston FURY Renegade DDR5 RGB Limited Edition with race car-inspired heat spreaders.
  • Swift XS: Highlighting agility, Kingston’s compact external SSDs, including the new red XS1000 External SSD, offer swift and reliable storage solutions.
  • Canvas: Representing creativity, Canvas SD and microSD memory cards provide high speeds and large capacities, perfect for content creators.
  • IronKey: Prioritizing security, IronKey’s hardware-encrypted storage solutions ensure data safety with robust protection.
  • DataTraveler: Featuring versatility, DataTraveler USB drives offer flexible and reliable mobile storage for various needs.
  • Enterprise: Ensuring reliability, Kingston’s enterprise-grade DRAM and SSDs provide robust performance for data centers and enterprise applications.

[Computex 2024] What's New with Kingston at the "Racing Beyond Limits" Showcase?

[Computex 2024] What's New with Kingston at the "Racing Beyond Limits" Showcase?

The FURY Fast Lane section of the showroom replicates a racetrack experience, showcasing the Kingston FURY range’s speed and performance. The Kingston FURY Renegade DDR5 RGB Limited Edition and Renegade SSD power the Cooler Master Dyn X Racing Simulator, delivering an immersive racing experience. Additionally, the Kingston FURY Impact DDR5 CAMM2, a new memory module standard, debuts with compact size, lower power consumption, and increased capacity and speed, ideal for gaming laptops and mobile workstations.

[Computex 2024] What's New with Kingston at the "Racing Beyond Limits" Showcase?

[Computex 2024] What's New with Kingston at the "Racing Beyond Limits" Showcase?

Inspired by a pit stop where race cars are fine-tuned, the “Built to Last” zone demonstrates Kingston’s AI applications. The NYCU Vulpes Racing Team exhibits their autonomous race car, powered by an AI PC equipped with Kingston’s solutions. Inside the AI PC, Kingston FURY Renegade DDR5 memory and the unreleased PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD, codenamed Kenting Bay, drive the development and optimization of the race car. Kingston’s Server Premier DDR5 RDIMM server memory and DC600M Enterprise SSD further enhance AI processing with high efficiency and low latency.

[Computex 2024] What's New with Kingston at the "Racing Beyond Limits" Showcase?

[Computex 2024] What's New with Kingston at the "Racing Beyond Limits" Showcase?

New Product Specifications

Kingston FURY Renegade DDR5 RGB Limited Edition

  • Design: Sleek red and black heat spreader with exclusive RGB lighting
  • Speeds: 8000MT/s
  • Capacities: Kits of 2, 48GB (24GB x 2)
  • RGB Lighting: 19 presets, Intel® XMP 3.0 certified

Kingston FURY Impact DDR5 (CAMM2)

  • Form Factor: Compact size, dual channel mode
  • Capacities: 32GB

XS1000 External Solid State Drive

  • Color: New red version
  • Interface: USB 3.2 Gen 2
  • Speeds: Up to 1,050MB/s read, 1,000MB/s write
  • Capacities: 1TB, 2TB

Kenting Bay (codename) PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD

  • Form Factor: M.2 2280
  • Speeds: Sequential read/write up to 6,000/5,000 MB/s
  • Capacities: 500GB – 4TB

Pokdepinion: I was hunting for new RAM and the RGB lighting is super attractive. It’s a smart theme to have as it gives that sense of strength with their products, though it may seem a little odd at first given its memory-related products. Hoping to get my hands on a chunk of them to see if it’s truly as fast as it claims to be.

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