Kingston FURY Expands the Look of DDR5 Lineup with White Heat Spreader

Kingston is a go-to for system builders looking for blisteringly high speed, but their modules only came in black.  Well, all-white system builder rejoice as they are bringing white heatspreader DDR modules to market for their Beast and Renegade DDR5 line.   They are also taking the opportunity to push up their speeds a bit and hit some new XMP 3.0 numbers that should raise an eyebrow.

Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 offers the superior speed and low latency solutions to take your experience to the next level of performance, now with a low-profile heat spreader design in white to combine outstanding cooling functionality and bold styling. Go for a simple and easy upgrade with Plug N Play at 4800MT/s1 or select an Intel® XMP 3.0 or AMD EXPO™ Certified kit . Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 RGB lets users personalize even further with the Kingston FURY CTRL™ RGB tool by selecting or customizing one of the 18 built-in, vibrant, and stunning RGB lighting2 effects, all kept smooth and in unison with Kingston’s patented Infrared Sync Technology. The Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 line hits speeds up to 6000MT/s, is available in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB single modules, and kits of 2 up to 64GB, with kits of 4 coming next month.

For system builders and DIY PC enthusiasts who want to maximize the performance of their next-gen DDR5 platforms and complement the look of the latest PC builds, Kingston FURY Renegade DDR5 enhances your system with aggressive low latencies and extreme speeds up to 7200MT/s. Whether creating content, multi-tasking or pushing the limits in-game, users can tap into the extreme overclocking potential of DDR5 in style. Again, with FURY CTRL users can select from 18 customizable lighting effects to highlight the sleek, aluminum heat spreaders of the Kingston FURY Renegade DDR5 RGB available now in white & silver. Available in single module capacities of 16GB and 32GB and Dual Channel kits of 2 with capacities up to 64GB.

The ODECC (On-die error correction code memory) should help with overclocking stability, and XMP 3.0 should make it extraordinarily easy to lock onto well-known working speeds for casual builders as well.  The memory modules are available now, and you can snap them up at the official Kingston site, or at your favorite online retailer.   While you wait for your kits to arrive, here are the specs you can expect:

Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 Features and Specifications
Singles: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB
Kits of 2: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB
Speeds4: 4800MT/s, 5200MT/s, 5600MT/s, 6000MT/s
Latencies: CL36, CL38, CL40
Voltage: 1.1V, 1.25V, 1.35V
Operating Temperature: 0 °C to 85 °C
Non-RGB Dimensions: 133.35 mm x 34.9 mm x 6.62 mm
RGB Dimensions: 133.35 mm x 42.23 mm x 7.11 mm

Kingston FURY Renegade DDR5 Features and Specifications
Dynamic RGB lighting: Bring your system to life with 18 preset RGB lighting effects utilizing Kingston FURY CTRL or the motherboard manufacturer’s RGB software with the sleek newly designed black & silver or white & silver aluminum heat spreaders with black PCB.
Kingston FURY Infrared Sync Technology: Ensure your RGB lighting effects stay in perfect lock-step with Kingston’s patented Infrared Sync Technology.
Capacities: Singles: 16GB, 32GB
Kits of 2: 32GB, 64GB
Speeds: 6000MT/s, 6400MT/s, 6800MT/s, 7200MT/s
Latencies: CL32, CL36, CL38
Voltage : 1.35V, 1.4V, 1.45V
Operating Temperature: 0 °C to 85 °C
Non-RGB Dimensions: 133.35mm x 39.2mm x 7.65mm
RGB Dimensions: 133.35mm x 44mm x 7.66mm

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