Kingston FURY Beast Specifications and Features
- Enhanced RGB lighting with a new heat spreader design
- Patented Kingston FURY Infrared Sync Technology™
- Intel® XMP 3.0-Ready and Certified
- Qualified by the world’s leading motherboard manufacturers
- Improved stability for overclocking
- Plug N Play at 4800MT/s
|Capacities||Singles: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB
Kits of 2: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB
|Speeds||4800MT/s, 5200MT/s, 5600MT/s, 6000MT/s|
|Voltage||1.1V, 1.25V, 1.35V|
|Operating Temperature||0 °C to 85 °C|
|Dimensions||133.35 mm x 42.23 mm x 7.11 mm|
The tested memory kit has two XMP profiles at DDR5-5600 and DDR5-6000 but also the DDR4-4800 SPD profile works with improved timings. All that was programmed so users could use the Fury Beast memory on all motherboards on the market. Even if your motherboard can’t handle the DDR5-6000 profile, then you can pick something at a lower frequency but still fast.
Our memory kit is rated at DDR4-6000 and is based on Hynix IC. This IC is so far the best option for high frequency and low latency. We will see what will bring the next generations of DDR5 but right now you can’t really find anything better. However, there can be different bins of the same IC so some kits may overclock higher than others. This is also why IC from the same series is also sold in DDR5-6400 or DDR5-6600 kits. DDR5-6600 kits are almost impossible to get so far but it will change later this year.
The most important is stability at the rated frequency, and with that, the Fury Beast memory has no problems on all popular motherboards. Our tests were performed on MSI Z690 Unify-X and ASUS Strix Z690I-Gaming WiFi, but I don’t expect any problems on most other motherboards. Nearly every popular Z690 motherboard has mature enough BIOS to handle at least DDR5-6200.
Below is a screenshot from AIDA64 System Stability Test, which is focused on cache and RAM.
We will take a closer look at the package and memory modules themselves on the next page.