Less performance than the VPR4300 but you get RGB lights!
With a chunky heatsink and great performance to back it up, the Seagate FireCuda 530 is a great choice in situations where temperatures are not the best (ehem Playstation's M.2 slot). Find out if the Seagate FireCuda 530 is the SSD for your PS5 upgrade in this #B2G review.
Kingston recently gave an update on their brand as they present the new FURY Gaming Lab that showcases FURY gaming products. Kingston is exploring the possibility of making the Fury Gaming Lab more globally accessible the world's situation improves. Kingston also teased their upcoming DDR5 RGB memory and its companion software: the FURY CTRL.
Shortage woes may be hitting Samsung as the company is mulling price increases to offset production losses
Kingston's flagship gaming SSD: the FURY Renegade. Easily the fastest gaming SSD in our current testing and backed by a 5-year warranty, its a compelling option for performance-seekers for either gaming or professional use. Find out more about the Kingston FURY Renegade SSD in this #B2G review.
Easily the fastest SSD we've tested, the KLEVV CRAS C920 is positioned to compete with either the big 2 storage brand or its South Korean rival Samsung. Regardless where your taste lies, provided price fares well, the KLEVV CRAS C920 is an excellent option for anyone looking for more fast storage. Read on to find out more about the KLEVV CRAS C920 in this #B2G review.
Kingston busy with the FURY brand rebuild. We're getting new SSDs, and the FURY Beast DDR5 RAMs we're using in our Z690 reviews
Available late October 2021, the Cardea A440 will come in 1TB, 2TB and 4TB sizes and will have an MSRP of $190, $360 and $900, respectively.
Looks like DDR5-5200 will be the starting speeds we'll get to see once new-gen boards starting appearing. TEAMGROUP is also announcing their new product lines with new products for CPU cooling alongside their main core DRAM products. More details in the link.