With Intel Alder Lake-S being the first DDR5 platform coming into next-gen, Kingston is announcing their 16GB and 32GB DDR5-4800 sticks are fully Intel-validated.
Congrats Kingston now giff DDR5
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.
Kingston announces revamped Kingston FURY line-up, previously known as HyperX.
There are argument where DRAM-less SSDs standout but its going to be hard to fault an SSD offering 2300MB/s reads that won't see much write action. In this review, we have the Kingston NV1, Kingston's new M.2 PCIe NVMe for laptops and desktops that just an OS and app drive. Read on to find out more and see if this drive is for you in this Kingston NV1 1TB review.
While the HyperX Cloud is perhaps its most successful gaming product, its FURY memory is Kingston's most memorable product name and its easy to see why they would choose this as their new gaming brand. Looking forward to working with Kingston FURY.
Rated for 2100MB/1700MB read and write for capacities from 500GB to 2TB, the Kingston NV1 NVMe SSD is positioned to be a compelling storage option as it launches with really appealing prices
Campaign kicks off with the premiere of brand-new micro-film; Memories Empower, limited-edition giftbox and “7-Day Memory Challenge” to invite Kingston users to relive their most precious memories
Kingston has now sent DDR5 modules to motherboard partners for validation confirming that DDR5 motherboards for consumer featuring XMP profiles
Soon to be standard DDR5 speeds :3
Kingston and MSI has teamed up to bring together the best of both companies. With their shared vision, MSI and Kingston recently released prescribed specs for gamers of various price ranges. We have the Mainstream Combo here featuring the MSI MAG B460, Kingston A2000 SSD and HyperX Fury memory. Let’s take a look at the numbers. #PowerUpYourGames
HyperX has done a good job till now but with them re-releasing another Cloud II repack, people might start to get tired of the same design we've seen in the past few years.