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Kingston FURY, the gaming division of Kingston, has launched its latest DDR4 memory in the form of the Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB Special Edition. Featuring a white heat spreader and striking RGB lighting, the memory is available in speeds of 3,200 MT/s and 3,600 MT/s and single module capacities of 8 GB and 16 GB, as well as kit capacities of 16 GB and 32 GB.

Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB Special Edition features and specifications:

  • Unique White Heat Spreader with Striking RGB Lighting: Gives your gaming rig a striking appearance with its unique white heat spreader and customizable RGB lighting.
  • Patented Kingston FURY Infrared Sync Technology: Bright RGB effects stay aligned with Kingston’s patented Infrared Sync Technology.
  • Intel XMP Certified: Overclock with advanced pre-optimized timings, speeds and voltages with a single selection of one of the built-in profiles.
  • Ready for AMD Ryzen: Reliable, compatible and ready for Ryzen, Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB Special Edition will effortlessly integrate with your AMD-based system to boost your build.
  • Capacities:
    • Singles – 8GB, 16GB
    • Kits of 2 – 16GB, 32GB
  • Speeds: 3200MT/s, 3600MT/s
  • Latencies: CL16, CL17, CL18
  • Voltage: 1.35
  • Operating Temperature: 0°C-70°C
  • Dimensions: 133.35 mm x 45.8 mm x 8.1 mm

“As Kingston sets to enter our 35th year we’re happy to offer this Special Edition of the favorited Kingston FURY Beast line for those who want to update the performance and style of their system,” said Kristy Ernt, DRAM business manager, Kingston. “With speeds of 3200 & 3600MT/s and the bright RGB effects illuminating the unique white heat spreader Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB Special Edition will do just that.”

From a Kingston press release:

Kingston FURY, the gaming division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., a world leader in memory products and technology solutions, announced today it has unleashed a new member of the pack, Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB Special Edition. The white heat spreader with striking RGB lighting makes these modules unique amongst the Kingston FURY line.

Enhance not just the performance of your system but keep it fresh with the library of preset RGB lighting patterns and effects or personalize the settings to create a look that makes your system truly one of a kind with Kingston FURY CTRL1 software. Along with the patented Infrared Sync Technology, trust your tailored RGB effects stay aligned.

Whether you are gaming, video editing, or anything in between get the most out your system with Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB Special Edition. It is Intel XMP Certified, offering advanced pre-optimized timings, speeds and voltages to overclock with ease by a single selection of one of the built-in profiles. As well as being ready for AMD Ryzen, Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB Special Edition will effortlessly integrate making it a hassle-free upgrade for any Intel or AMD-based system.

Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB Special Edition is available in single module capacities of 8GB & 16GB, and kit capacities of 16GB & 32GB. 100% tested at speed and backed by a limited lifetime warranty and legendary Kingston reliability.

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3 comments

  1. Just in time for all new systems to go DDR5

    I know there are still a lot of DDR4 systems out there, and DDR4 sales will have a long tail on them - but I don't know why any company would be throwing any resources into developing new products for that market.
  2. Just in time for all new systems to go DDR5

    I know there are still a lot of DDR4 systems out there, and DDR4 sales will have a long tail on them - but I don't know why any company would be throwing any resources into developing new products for that market.
    Mainly due to other companies that will be discontinuing their DDR4 lines for DDR5 production. And, like you said, DDR4 isn't going anywhere for a while. There's still a strong market.
  3. Just in time for all new systems to go DDR5

    I know there are still a lot of DDR4 systems out there, and DDR4 sales will have a long tail on them - but I don't know why any company would be throwing any resources into developing new products for that market.
    I'm just happy to see they strayed away from the zebra with the rainbow hat theme..;)

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