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|Posted: Tue, 30 Aug 2022 10:52:49 Post Subject: Kingston FURY Adds AMD EXPO Certified DDR5 to Lineup
|Fountain Valley, CA â€“ August 29, 2022 â€“ Kingston FURY, the gaming division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., a world leader in memory products and technology solutions, announced today the addition of AMD EXPOâ„¢ certified DDR5 modules to the Kingston FURYâ„¢ Beast line of memory. Always aiming to provide the latest options to gamers and enthusiasts, these new overclock specs modules and kits are optimized for AMDâ€™s upcoming AM5 platform with two factory tuned profiles, plus one user customizable profile.
Qualified by the worldâ€™s leading motherboard manufacturers, the Kingston FURY Beast line offers aggressive speeds up to 6000MT/s1 with a bold low-profile heat spreader design. Now with AMD EXtended Profile for Overclocking, users can trust that their selected Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 modules and kits are exactly what their AMD AM5 system needs to maximize performance, while also maintaining stability.
AMD EXPO certified Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 and Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 RGB will be available late September in 16GB single modules and 32GB kits of 2. Backed by a limited lifetime warranty and legendary Kingston reliability.
For more information visit: kingston.com
1 Learn more about megatransfers per second - MT/s denotes megatransfers (million transfers) per second and represents the effective data rate (speed) of DDR (Double Data Rate) SDRAM memory in computing. A DDR SDRAM memory module transfers data on the rise and fall of every clock cycle (1 Hz).
Ex: DDR4-3200 (PC4-3200)
Clock Rate: 1600MHz
Data Rate: 3200MT/s
Bandwidth: 25,600 MB/s (25.6 GB/s)