9.2
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Kingston FURY Beast DDR5-5200 32GB Memory Review - FURY Beast DDR5
In the same vein as the original Fury memory from Kingston back in the DDR3 era, the FURY Beast DDR5 kits are the de facto starter kits for Intel Alder Lake builds for now especially given the premium of Intel's 12th-gen platform. Find out more in this #B2G review of the Kingston FURY Beast DDR5-5200 32GB (2x16GB) Memory Kit review.
The ASUS ProArt Z690-Creator WIFI gets an upgrade with an overbuilt VRM, a denser PCB and more I/O for storage that can see a system built with this board hooking up to a 10GbE NAS, at Thunderbolt4 or USB3.2 Gen2x2 DAS as well as an internal SATA and M.2 RAID array, its definitely build with growing creators in mind but will people get over the fact that it does not have RGB lighting? Find out if the ASUS ProArt Z690-Creator WIFI is the motherboard for you in this #B2G review.
9.4
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Kingston FURY Renegade RGB DDR4-4600 16GB Memory Kit Review -
Kingston's FURY brand fills the void that the company had for its high-performance and gaming lineup. With a recent campaign to showcase the now-slimmer FURY portfolio, its time to turn a new leafover. Kingston sent us their top-end FURY Renegade RGB DDR4-4600 memory kit for review. Let's see how far we've come since these kits debuted 3 years ago. Read on to find out more in this #B2G review.
9.2
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Patriot Viper Elite II DDR4-4000 32GB Memory Kit Review - viper elite ii
Patriot's Viper Elite II line refreshes the Viper Elite family with higher-capacity, high-speed modules. In this review, we have the top-rated DDR4-4000 32GB Viper Elite II and with only a few percentage separating it from a $400 kit, this >$200 kit is sure to impress a lot of folks. Find out more about the Patriot Viper Elite II in this #B2G review.