HyperX expands their Fury lineup of DDR4 memory

HyperX expands their Fury lineup of DDR4 memory

HyperX expands their Fury lineup of DDR4 memory

HyperX expands their Fury lineup of DDR4 memory

HyperX has now expanded their Fury lineup of DDR4 memory, offering frequencies of up to 2666MHz, capacities of up to 16GB per DIMM and confirmed compatibility with Z270, X99 and AMD Ryzen. 
These new memory kits will come in red, white and black colour options, with a low-profile heatsink design and a low operating voltage of 1.2V. These designs are able to complement the colour schemes of most motherboard designs from manufacturers like MSI, ASUS, AsRock and Gigabyte.
The Fury range is easily HyperX's most popular range of DDR4 memory, offering a lot of value for money with plenty of capacity and speed options to suit a variety of use cases.   


HyperX expands their Fury lineup of DDR4 memory


More about the FURY DDR4 memory module family of products:

  • Optimised for Intel's 200 series and X99 chipsets
  • Tested for compatibility with AMD Ryzen processors
  • Cost-efficient high-performance DDR4 upgrade
  • Stylish, low-profile heat spreader with the signature FURY asymmetrical design


  • Heatspreader: FURY Black, Red, and White
  • Overclocking: HyperX Plug and Play
  • Single Modules: 4GB, 8GB, 16GB
  • Kits of 2: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB
  • Kits of 4: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB
  • Frequency Speeds 2133 MHz, 2400 MHz, 2666 MHz
  • CAS Latency CL14, CL15, CL16
  • Voltage 1.2V
  • Operating Temperature 0°C to 85°C
  • Dimensions 133.35mm x 34.04mm


These new memory kits will be available later this month at most major retailers, coming with a lifetime warranty. 


You can join the discussion on HyperX's new Fury series memory kits on the OC3D Forums


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Most Recent Comments

27-03-2017, 17:59:55

Must be some good dimms, 1.2v is low for ddr4Quote

27-03-2017, 18:29:43

2666Mhz isn't very high though when you compare it to what's available today and how it benefits so many applications.Quote

27-03-2017, 18:33:55

It is when it is running less voltageQuote

27-03-2017, 18:34:52

What benefit do you see from running the RAM at a lower voltage as long as you're still within recommended tolerances?Quote

27-03-2017, 18:37:49

lower temps and power consumption? That should be obviousQuote

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