Kingston’s new DDR5 RAM isn't just seriously fast - it looks great as well

Kingston’s new DDR5 RAM isn’t just seriously fast – it looks great as well

Super-speedy DDR5 RAM sticks with optional RGB shininess Kingston has announced the release of new DDR5 RAM sticks which come in plain and RGB flavors.

With speeds of up to 6400MT/s and rapid CL32 timings, the Kingston Fury Renegade DDR5 and Fury Renegade DDR5 RGB RAM sticks will guarantee top performance (at least with DDR5 as it is right now; we’re still in the early stages of the development of the RAM standard, though).

These Fury modules also come Intel XMP 3.0 certified to allow for easy overclocking, and getting the most out of high-end DDR5 sticks.

The RGB RAM provides the choice of 16 different preset RGB lighting effects, with Kingston’s Fury Infrared Sync software on hand to make it a simple and streamlined matter to adjust your colors and whatever nifty effect you might want (blinking, cycling colors and so forth).

You may buy the Fury Renegade DDR5 RAM in single 16GB modules or as a 32GB kit (which is two sticks of 16GB). We anticipate that these goods will be available shortly, although Kingston hasn’t yet provided information on the costs or the precise date of availability.

Analysis: Fast and smart-looking – but where will pricing be pitched?

Of course, not everyone is concerned with the aesthetics of their RAM or any other component, but for some people, a PC build may be like a technological art installation, or at the absolute least, a project that can be themed or made to seem unique in some manner. Additionally, Kingston’s Fury Renegade RAM sticks meet our criteria for attractive RAM sticks.

While there are more RGB modules available now than there were in the early days of DDR5, they are still not exactly in plenty, and we don’t like the aesthetic of some of them (Corsair Dominator DDR5 looks underwhelming to us, though we appreciate this is very much a subjective thing).

The RGB lighting on the Fury Renegade is the cherry on top for individuals who enjoy having flashy things in their PC case (though even the basic model with the black and silver heat spreader looks good, too).

Of course, having that blazing-fast performance, which is essentially what DDR5 is all about, doesn’t hurt either. The price of these sticks is still an open subject, and while DDR5 prices has just decreased significantly, we anticipate the Fury Renegade modules to be very dear.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *