Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB DDR3-1866 CL10 Memory Review

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Kingston recently released a new memory series aggressively called “FURY”. Many computer users would say here comes yet another memory that is not much different than any other memory kit on the market. I can assure you there are some other changes other than just the new great looks that make this memory kit somehow special.

If you want to know what is so unique then please read this review and find out if the HyperX Fury series memory is worth the buy.




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Get in the game with HyperX® FURY. Even newbies get up to speed fast, since FURY automatically recognizes its host platform and automatically overclocks to the highest frequency published – up to 1866MHz – providing plenty of power for your next deathmatch. FURY’s asymmetric heatspreader design lets you stand out from the “square” crowd. It’s available in black, blue, red and– for the first time in the HyperX line –white, with a black PCB. So your rig can reflect your style and you can show it off with pride – without spending a lot, since FURY is affordably priced.

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The memory kit tested today has white heat sinks but is also available in Red, Black or Blue kits. Kingston just offers more colors that may fit our computers’ particular color scheme. After all this is a product dedicated for enthusiasts and gamers.




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