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HyperX 32GB DDR4 Fury Memory Review

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Posted May 29, 2015 by Kenny in RAM

Overview

Hardware:
 
 
Price at time of Review: $349.99 on Newegg.com
 

WHAT WE LIKED:

Outstanding Performance to Value, Aesthetically Appealing
 

WHAT WE DISLIKED:

None
 
BOTTOM LINE:
The HyperX Fury memory was designed to fit the budget minded consumer, but when it comes to shopping for DDR4 memory and running the X99 chipset system... budget really goes out the window. However, finding the right set of memory that does great in the performance to dollar sector is the key and the HyperX Fury memory really hits the mark. Priced at $349.99 at the time of this review on newegg.com for a 32GB quad channel set of memory running at 2666MHz is really competitive in today's memory market. So let's recap on what you get for this performance packed memory bundle.
by Kenny
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Introduction

With DDR4 Memory now starting to mature since its release with the X99 chipset, we are starting to see the market get flooded with more options and variety, many of which now providing great performance with high frequencies and lower cost. With more and more kits becoming available, the competition is getting more fierce everyday.

Today we have the chance to take a look at the HyperX’s new budget friendly line up the Fury series DDR4 memory. At the launch of DDR4 memory, it primary features were offering lower voltage and higher native frequencies. DDR4 features a native speed of 2133MHz, which is really nothing to WOW over or about since we have seen these speeds with DDR3. However, the main updates are its newer JEDEC Culmination and Density, DDR4 memory components now provide better speeds and faster response while being more power efficient at the same time.

The HyperX Fury memory we are going to be looking at today not only offers fast speeds of 2666MHz out of the box, but also offers the efficiency of lower voltage; with that in mind… we can see some great potential with additional performance once overclocked. We will be comparing results from Kingston’s (HyperX) previous line up from its DDR3 series all the way up to HyperX Predator DDR4 series we previous tested.

But before we do that, let’s learn about who HyperX is.

 

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Who HyperX is:

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“HyperX is the high-performance product division of Kingston Technology, the world’s largest independent memory manufacturer. Started in 2002, HyperX began with one line of high-performance memory and has grown over the years to encompass multiple product lines of memory modules, solid-state drives, USB Flash drives, headsets and mouse pads. Featuring best-in-class components that have delivered superior performance, quality and aesthetic design for more than a decade, HyperX products are the choice of top-rated gamers, tech enthusiasts and overclockers worldwide. From setting memory world records to achieving the most stringent product certifications, HyperX is committed to delivering reliable products with the highest performance standards. In addition, HyperX is the proud sponsor of over 20 gaming teams globally and the main sponsor of the Intel Extreme Masters and Dreamhack festivals. HyperX products are designed to meet the most rigorous demands of professional gamers to give them the winning edge and help gamers stay on top of their game.”

Let’s move on and take a look at the packing and specifications.

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One Comment


  1.  
    philipew

    I overclocked my Kingston HyperX Fury (4 x 4 GB sticks C14 2133 MHz) to 3200 MHz with C15 17 17 28 on 1.28 V (could even go to C15 16 17 28 on 1.30 V but no real performance gain)





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