Kingston FURY Renegade RGB 16GB DDR4-4600 CL19 Memory Kit Review

Last month we had a chance to review one of Kingston’s last/final products under the HyperX brand, the Predator DDR4-4600 memory kit, which offered the same amazing performance as their high-end memory products. Since then, there’s been a change in brand ownership. Kingston Technology sold HyperX to HP Inc. in February 2021 for $425 million. The deal only includes computer peripherals branded as HyperX, not memory (thank god).

Today, we’re please to present you Kingston’s latest memory series for gamers and enthusiasts, and this can found under the Kingston FURY series … I like the same aggressive brand naming. We will be reviewing memory kits which are from their top line – the Fury Renegade, rated at the exceptional DDR4-4600 CL19 and designed for all modern AMD and Intel platforms.

This review will show you how much to offer has the new RAM series under the legendary Kingston brand, and also present what new you can expect of the Renegade memory kits.

As a bonus, we will show you how two of the mentioned memory kits run together and how both setups are overclocking.

At the start, product features, specifications, and a couple of words from the manufacturer.

 

Unleash the Power and Performance of Kingston FURY

Whether you’re a PC enthusiast, gamer or content creator, Kingston FURY is the choice for high-performance memory and storage.

Kingston FURY Renegade DDR4 RGB Memory

Ultra-fast Kingston FURY™ Renegade DDR4 RGB is the perfect upgrade for the gamer who wants cutting-edge performance and brilliant RGB style in their AMD- or Intel-based system. The dynamic RGB lighting effects utilize Kingston FURY’s patented Infrared Sync Technology™ to provide smooth, synchronized lighting effects. Crank up your frame rate, improve your broadcasts, and make highlight reel clipping a breeze thanks to speeds up to 4600MHz paired with quick CL15-CL19 latencies. The aggressive, stylish black heat spreader and matching black PCB will allow you to beat the heat and strike fear into the hearts of your foes. It’s available in single module capacities of 8GB–32GB and kits of 2, 4, and 8 with capacities of 16GB–256GB. Renegade DDR4 RGB is Intel XMP certified with profiles optimized for Intel’s latest chipsets – just select the hand-tuned profile in your BIOS and you’re set. 100-percent factory tested at speed and backed by a lifetime warranty and over 30 years of expertise, dependable Renegade DDR4 RGB gives you extreme performance, show-stopping looks, and maximum peace of mind.

 

Dynamic RGB lighting effects

Let your inner light shine and bring your battle station to life with smooth, stunning, RGB lighting effects.

Kingston FURY Infrared Sync Technology™

Easily keep your RGB effects synced without the need for additional cables thanks to Kingston FURY’s patented Infrared Sync Technology.

Fierce black aluminum heat spreader

The dense black aluminum heat spreader and matching black PCB keeps your rig running and looking cool.

Optimized for Intel with XMP

Intel Extreme Memory Profile technology makes overclocking a breeze. Simply select one of the built-in, hand-tuned profiles in your BIOS to get the benefits of overclocking without having to manually adjust the memory timings yourself.

Ready for AMD Ryzen™

Get memory that’s Ready for AMD Ryzen and will seamlessly integrate with your AMD-based system. A reliable, compatible performance boost for your build.

 

 

You can buy the FURY Renegade RGB 16GB DDR4-4600 CL19 memory kit for around $260 from Amazon – https://amzn.to/3tUlRN5

 

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