While late but definitely not absent, Kingston has released 2 new memory products under the FURY lineup – one RAM for the Beast and one PCIe 4.0 SSD for the Renegade.
Starting things off is the new FURY Beast DDR5 made to go with the 12 Gen Intel Core processors and Z690 chipset to harness the next generation memory performance and data integrity features. Made in accordance with the JEDEC DDR5 standards, it contains the 2 most important on-board elements of DDR5 – Power Management Integrated Circuit (PMIC) for per-die voltage management and on-die ECC to provide higher throughput than DDR4 while consuming less power, not to mention ECC help to reduce the occurrence of bit flipping which can cause errors to your applications and system. Kingston will be releasing the kit starting with a kit of 2x16GB with speeds of 4800MHz and 5200MHz while containing Intel XMP 3.0 preset and rewritable profiles for both casual and hardcore overclockers to utilize.
On the other hand, the Kingston FURY Renegade SSD leverages the superior bandwidth of PCIe 4.0 to deliver over 1 million IOPS or 7.3GBps/7.0GBps reads and writes to make sure it is capable of tackling a mix of workloads at once as the product is optimized and geared towards loading games + upstreaming video signals + capturing local recordings in one go. Available in capacities starting from 1TB and all the way to 4TB, perform all sorts of intensive read and write operations all within a single drive without suffering heavy thermal throttling thanks to the low profile graphene aluminum heat spreader that keep things cool while being compact enough to fit in rigs and even laptops.
Both the Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 and FURY Renegade SSD are slated for release sometime during mid to late November while the official MSRP for Malaysia is not confirmed at the time of writing.