Disclaimer: Overclocking is never guaranteed, so the results may vary depending on certain conditions and various hardware configurations. I am not recommending overclocking if you do not know what you are doing. High voltages may damage hardware, and the warranty will not cover it.
We already know that our Beast RAM has Hynix IC. This is great info for all overclockers as this is the most desired IC if we wish to overclock our DDR5 high and at tight timings.
Our memory kit could run up to DDR5-6933 CL32-40-40 and about 1.50V on the ASUS Strix Z690I-Gaming WiFi motherboard. The MSI Z690 Unify-X typically can’t make more than DDR5-6800, unless you are lucky to a specific sample. The ASUS motherboard was tested for DDR5-7000 with some other but more expensive memory kits. The Beast kit is not far from the maximum motherboard limit while not many other motherboards can guarantee DDR5-7000 or higher clock.
More interesting can be DDR5-6600 at CL30-38-38, as this clock is supported by many more motherboards. The list is maybe not so long but already some more popular and less expensive models may support DDR5-6600.
As you could see in our performance tests, it won’t make a significant difference if you decide on overclocking or using the XMP settings. In both cases, the performance will be great and every gamer should be satisfied. On the other hand, if you are into overclocking then the Fury Beast DDR5-6000 can give you a lot of fun as it has high overclocking potential and works great on popular motherboards.