The space will be taken over after HyperX is sold by Kingston FURY.
Kingston has been launching its products for gamers under the HyperX brand for a very long time, but that was announced back in February. obtained by HP.
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The company has now announced the Kingston FURY brand to replace HyperX, which will include memories for players in the first round. The Fury name itself may be familiar, as the company used it for their memories in the past, but now it’s specifically a brand name, and not just a simple nod.
The manufacturer has announced three memory families called Kingston FURY Impact, Kingston FURY Beast and Kingston FURY Renegade. The first will offer DDR3 or DDR4 memory in SO-DIMM format with an effective clock speed of 3.2 GHz. The second actually hides DIMM solutions for desktop computers, also based on the DDR3 and DDR4 standards, but the effective clock can reach 3733MHz, and RGB LEDs are available as an option. However, the most significant development is the Kingston FURY Renegad, which will include up to 5333MHz effective DDR4 modules, with or without RGB.
The company also indicated that the Kingston FURY brand will later host DDR5-compatible memories, which are expected by the end of the year.
Unfortunately, the parameters of the mentioned string are also unknown, but its distribution will start in the second half of the year, so it cannot be kept secret for long.