Kingston FURY Beast 3600MHz 32GB DDR4 Review

It has been about a year since I reviewed some Kingston memory. Of course, back then they were flying under the HyperX banner, but they spun that name off when they sold their peripheral business. However, that means Kingston is back to what they do best, making memory products. With that in mind, we now have the FURY range, and even more so, their BEAST range is still here too. It was the HyperX FURY 16GB 3200 MHz DDR4 which I reviewed a year ago, so it seems right to follow it up with the latest evolution of this; the Kingston FURY Beast.

Kingston FURY Beast

Their latest memory is coming out at the dawn of DDR5, however, DDR4 is far from dead yet. If anything, now is the prime time for DDR4, as manufacturers have had years of experience fine-tuning it for maximum performance and reducing the overall cost. The Beast comes in speeds of up to 3733MHz, and kits of up to 128GB, and I have the 3600MHz 32GB (2 x 16GB) kit in for review, which will no doubt be the most popular choice for system builders. It runs timings of 18-22-22 at 1.35v. Of course, the kit is tested to work with all the latest AMD and Intel platforms, features XMP, and built-in RGB lighting which utilises Kingstons Infrared Sync Technology to ensure all DIMMs are perfectly matched up.

Features & Specifications

  • Stunning RGB lighting with aggressive style
  • Patented Kingston FURY Infrared Sync Technology
  • Intel XMP-ready
  • Ready for AMD Ryzen
  • Speeds up to 3733MHz and kit capacities up to 128GB
  • Plug N Play functionality at 2666MHz

For in-depth features and specifications, please visit the official product page here.

What Kingston Had to Say

“Kingston FURY™ Beast DDR4 RGB delivers a boost of performance and style with speeds of up to 3733MHz, aggressive styling and RGB lighting that runs the length of the module for smooth and stunning effects. This dazzling, cost-effective upgrade is available in 2666MHz–3733MHz speeds, CL15–19 latencies, single-module capacities of 8GB–32GB and kit capacities of 16GB–128GB. It features Plug N Play automatic overclocking at 2666MHz speeds and is both Intel XMP-ready and ready for AMD Ryzen™. FURY Beast DDR4 RGB stays cool with its stylish, low-profile heat spreader. 100% tested at speed and backed by a lifetime warranty, it’s an easy, worry-free upgrade for your Intel or AMD-based system.” – Kingston

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's, I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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