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Kingston Adds to HyperX FURY DDR4 Series

Category: Memory
Posted: 10:22AM

Kingston has announced the addition of 8GB and 16GB dual-channel kits to the HyperX FURY DDR4 line of memory. The new sets of memory are targeted at the latest sixth generation Intel Core processors and Z170 chipsets and will be available at frequencies of 2133MHz, 2400MHz, and 2666MHz. The memory runs at just 1.2V and is cooled by a low profile black heatspreader. HyperX business manager Lawrence Yang described the memory stating, "We are thrilled to announce additional HyperX FURY DDR4 dual-channel kits in low-latency 2133MHz, 2400MHz and 2666MHz speeds for entry-level enthusiasts looking to maximize their gaming performance and user experience. These new modules reach the highest frequencies possible through automatic overclocking with no hassle. HyperX FURY DDR4 is ideal for anyone looking for maximum speed with minimum initial investment."

Source: Press Release

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get_saif on August 06, 2015 20:06

I am still thinking to pick up furry DDR3  :no:

Black64 on August 06, 2015 20:20

Man DRR4! Any real reason to upgrade to it? I am clueless! :withstupid:

get_saif on August 06, 2015 20:38

New Intel Processors, new chip-set, new motherboards all the same cycle ... $$$$$$$$...

bp9801 on August 06, 2015 21:08

Man DRR4! Any real reason to upgrade to it? I am clueless! :withstupid:


If you're going to Skylake or Haswell-E, those support DDR4.

DanTheGamer11 on August 06, 2015 21:42

I am still thinking to pick up furry DDR3  :no:

sounds like a fire hazard lol

get_saif on August 09, 2015 13:32

You want believe, had no other choice apart from ddr3 Furry. So i picked it up  :doh:

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