HyperX Further Expands Fury DDR4 Memory Line and Adds AMD Ryzen Support
Ron Perillo / 2 years ago
The HyperX Fury DDR4 Memory is Kingston’s mainstream gaming DDR4 series meant to be an easy-to-use, widely compatible memory solution for various platforms. Initially available for Intel 100-series, 200-series and X99 chipset series mainboards, HyperX has now expanded the range, capacity and support to include the newly released AMD Ryzen platform.
The expanded HyperX Fury DDR4 memory range includes speeds at 2133, 2400 as well as 2666MHz with latencies from CL16 to CL18 and 8GB to 64GB capacities. Each HyperX Fury DDR4 module measures 133.35mm x 34.04mm which makes it slightly taller than bare PCB but its heatspreader is not unusually tall that it prevents most air cooler installations. It is also available in various color heatspreader options (black, white, red, and blue) so that users can mix-and-match and color-coordinate with their system colors.
Support for the AMD Ryzen platform currently includes the following part numbers. These should work out of the box with most Ryzen motherboards as of March 30, although some might require some BIOS/UEFI update to be fully compatible:
FURY DDR4 2133MHz Black Heat Spreader