HyperX unveiled the Fury DDR4 RGB as the latest addition to its DDR4 memory lineup today at Computex 2019. According to HyperX, the newly design Fury DDR4 will come in two different variations; Fury DDR4 and Fury DDR4 RGB.
New Heatsink Design, RGB Lighting
Similar to the Predator DDR4 RGB which was announced last year, the Fury DDR4 is getting a new heatsink design this time. The RGB version will come with an LED light bar with fluid RGB lighting effects. It utilizes the HyperX Infrared Sync, which allows the modules to remain synchronized without the use of cables.
Both Fury DDR4 and Fury DDR4 RGB also feature Plug N Play support, which enables automatic memory overclocking at standard DDR4 1.2V settings, as well as Intel XMP-ready profiles optimized for Intel’s latest platform.
HyperX will also reveal a fully updated version of NGenuity software during Computex, redesigned for an intuitive user-friendly experience interface.
HyperX Predator DDR4 RGB running on 5000MHz
Other than the new Fury DDR4 RGB, we also noticed that the Predator DDR4 RGB that is on display is capable of running at 5000MHz. Based on the information in the CPU-Z window, the Fury DDR4 RGB is capable of running at 5000MHz CL19-21-21-42 2T on a MSI Z390I Gaming Edge AC and Intel Core i9-9900K.
Despite not being mentioned by HyperX, Clock’Em Up found out that the newer Predator DDR4 RGB is using the latest revision of the Hynix C-die memory ICs from SK Hynix. Just like the renown Samsung B-die and Micron E-die memory ICs, the latest revision of Hynix C-die is capable of going beyond the 4000MHz barrier as well.