Conclusion and Verdict
I assume that most users who will decide on the HyperX FURY 64GB DDR4-3200 memory will use it for work or anything related to content creation where higher memory capacity is simply a must.
Our review includes tips on how the tested memory kit can be set and how it performs in various scenarios. As far as I’m glad to see so high overclocking potential, then I’m sure that most users won’t really try or won’t need to overclock this memory. Even at XMP profiles, the HyperX FURY delivers high performance.
During all our tests, there were no problems with stability or compatibility. Out of curiosity, I even checked if the memory kit works on the older ASRock X399M Taichi motherboard, and it works without issues.
Because of low profile design, there are no problems with large CPU coolers what is an additional advantage.
The only thing which some users may miss is RGB lighting. On the other hand, it’s unlikely that the target user will be missing it. Again, most of those users who can utilize 64GB RAM are not playing games.
The HyperX FURY 64GB DDR4-3200 Memory Kit is available for around $330 from Amazon. It’s not cheap, but we are talking about a 64GB memory kit from the new series, which is still less expensive than anything from the competition. It’s really a good deal if we require 64GB RAM in two memory modules.
- High performance
- High compatibility
- Low profile design
- High overclocking potential
- Nothing worth to mention
The HyperX FURY 64GB DDR4-3200 memory kits are the perfect solution for all those who need fast, high-quality and high capacity memory with excellent performance to match. Everything about these memory kits are perfect. They’re also inexpensive and well-designed, and come with a lifetime warranty. What’s more, they also offer amazing overclocking potential. What else do you need?
HyperX FURY 64GB DDR4-3200 receives well-deserved Funky Kit’s Editor’s Choice Award as it’s an exceptional memory kit that exceeded all my expectations!
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