Kingston FURY Renegade 32GB DDR5-6400 CL32 Memory Kit Review

Specifications and Features

 

Key Features

  • Engineered to maximize performance
  • Tap into extreme overclocking potential
  • Intel® XMP 3.0 Certified
  • Qualified by the world’s leading motherboard manufacturers
  • Aggressive aluminum heat spreader design

 

Specifications

Capacities Single: 16GB
Kits of 2: 32GB
Speeds 6000MT/s, 6400MT/s
Latencies CL32
Voltage 1.35V, 1.40V
Operating Temperature 0 °C to 85 °C
Height 1.54” (39.2mm), w/heatsink

 

Our memory kit is rated at DDR5-6400 and is based on Hynix M-die IC. Hynix is currently the best option if we consider high frequencies and the best overclocking results. Additionally, we can find Richtek PMIC, which makes possible higher than standard voltages. Richtek PMIC is also supported by all leading motherboard manufacturers, so we are sure we won’t be limited in our overclocking challenges.

The tested memory kit has three XMP profiles at DDR5-4800, DDR5-6000, and DDR5-6400. Even if your motherboard can’t handle the DDR5-6400 profile, then you can pick something at a lower frequency but still fast.

 

Factory Timing Parameters:
Default (JEDEC): DDR5-4800 CL40-39-39 @1.1V
XMP Profile #1: DDR5-6400 CL32-39-39 @1.4V
XMP Profile #2: DDR5-6000 CL38-38-38 @1.35V
XMP Profile #3: DDR5-4800 CL38-38-38 @1.1V

Below you can see how ASUS Mem TweakIT reads all three profiles.

The most important is stability at the rated frequency, and with that, the Fury Renegade has no problems on Z790 motherboards. Our tests were performed on ASRock Z790 Steel Legend, which is one of the cheaper motherboards from the latest series.

Below is a screenshot from AIDA64 System Stability Test, focused on cache and RAM.

During the tests, we haven’t seen higher temperatures than 62°C. Even after overclocking at higher voltages, the temperature was not much higher. As far as heat sinks aren’t especially large, they work well.

We will take a closer look at the package and memory modules themselves on the next page.

 

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About Bartosz Waluk 506 Articles
Bartosz Waluk aka Woomack is from Poland. He's been interested in computer hardware and extreme overclocking for over 15 years. Bartosz has also over 12 years experience in IT what includes sales, technical support and computer building ... but not only. He joined the Funky Kit team in January 2013.

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