Kingston presented, this Wednesday (27), the first RAM memory modules with DDR5 technology from the FURY line, a brand aimed at the gamer public, and which promise to deliver a considerable leap in performance.
The new FURY Beast DDR5 modules have frequencies starting at 4,800MHz and going up to 5200 MHz in single-channel 16GB or in a dual-channel 32GB kit (2×16).
The components also feature On-die ECC (ODECC) technology, which allows for greater stability when using the product on the computer.
The product also features double the bank, from 16 to 32, and double the burst length from 8 to 16, bringing greater efficiency during games and heavier applications like 3D rendering and video editing.
The FURY Beast DDR5 is XMP 3.0 certified by Intel, which guarantees users a simple and stable overclocking experience. These features allow the creation of two customizable profiles for speeds, timings and voltages.
The 4800 MHz model will be available in 16 GB or 32 GB (2x 16 GB) and should come with the 38-38-38 profile running at 1.1 V, while the 5200 MHz model also comes in 16 GB or 32 GB ( 2x 16GB) and has a 40-40-40 1.25V profile.
The product will be officially released alongside Intel’s 12th generation motherboards, which support DDR5 technology.
“We are excited to bring the DDR5 line and, even more, because the new modules are part of the Kingston FURY line, which was designed for gamers and technology lovers”, said the executive director at Kingston Brazil, Paulo Vizaco.
- Single (1 unit): 16 GB
- Kit (2 units): 32 GB
- Frequencies: 4,800MHz and 5,200MHz
- Latencies: CL38, CL40
- Voltage: 1.1V, 1.25V
- Operating temperature: 0°C-85°C
- Dimensions: 133.35 mm x 34.9 mm x 6.62 mm
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