Specifications and Closer Look
Updated low-profile heat spreader design
Cost-efficient, high-performance DDR4 upgrade
Ready for AMD Ryzen
Speeds up to 3733MHz and kit capacity up to 128GB
Plug N Play functionality at 2400MHz and 2666MHz
Specifications / Capacities
|Singles||4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB|
|Kits of 2||8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB|
|Kits of 4||16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB|
|Frequencies||2400MHz, 2666MHz, 3000MHz, 3200MHz, 3466MHz, 3600MHz, 3733MHz|
|Latencies||CL15, CL16, CL17, CL19|
|Operating Temperatures||0°C to 85°C|
|Dimensions||133.35mm x 34.1mm x 7.2mm|
Tested memory kit has two XMP profiles, so if we have any problem running the memory at its rated DDR4-3200 speed, then we can use a lower option. Below are two mentioned profiles:
- XMP#1: 3200 16-20-20-39 1.35V
- XMP#2: 3000 16-19-19-36 1.35V
Thaiphoon Burner software is showing that used memory IC is Micron B-die. More details you can read on the screenshot below.
This IC is one of the first, which was used in 32GB modules in mass production. We could see some early released memory kits with this IC some months ago. However, new memory kits seem to have higher quality IC, which can run at a higher frequency. Tested memory kit is specified to run at DDR4-3200 CL16, but as I will show you later, it also overclocks really high.
For most users, the most important is stability at the rated speed, so below is a screenshot from the AIDA64 stability test, which shows there are no problems with our memory at DDR4-3200 CL16 on AMD Ryzen platform.
Package and its Contents
HyperX FURY comes in a transparent, flat box. Some may call it blister-type. On the package, we won’t find much info, but there is everything we need, such as a general description of the memory kit and the manufacturer’s contact.
Inside the package, we will find two 32GB memory modules, a short user’s manual, and a sticker with the HyperX logo.
The installation is simple, and most uses won’t have any problems with that. Those who aren’t sure how to install the memory should check the user’s manual so they won’t damage anything.
The design of the FURY memory is simple but looks well, and what’s more important should fit pretty much every modern PC. The additional advantage is that heatsinks are low profile so that they won’t cause any problems with even the largest CPU coolers.
The memory doesn’t have LED lighting what many users find as an advantage. There is simply too much RGB lighting everywhere. On the other hand, most users who decide on such high capacity memory, care more about how well it performs. Since I mentioned performance, then let’s move to the next page to check the FURY DDR4-3200 in some tests.