Kingston Fury BEAST DDR5 5200MHz 32GB (16GBx2) Review
Peter Donnell / 2 weeks ago
Kingston is one of the best-known names in the business, and they’ve been making high-performance memory products for decades now, so I think it’s fair to say they know what they’re doing. I’ve used a wide range of their products over the many years, and I’ve certainly been very happy with them. The new kit I’m checking out today is the Kingston Fury BEAST DDR5, which comes in a range of 8Gb, 16GB and 32GB DIMMS with kit sizes of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB to suit your needs. There’s a choice of 4800MT/s, 5200MT/s, 5600MT/s, 6000MT/s speeds, and these cover three levels of latencies too; CL36, CL38, CL40. Overall, there should be something for any system and budget here.
Kingston Fury BEAST DDR5
The kit I have in for review today is the 32GB (2 x 16GB) 5200MHz with the CL40 latency, so it’s on the lower end of the spectrum available here. However, I did recently review the faster 5600 MHz CL36 kit, if that’s more your speed, you can check that out here. One of the biggest advantages of all the Fury BEAST DDR5 kits, however, is that they’re certified for both Intel XMP 3.0 and AMD EXPO, so their overall motherboard support should be pretty significant.
- Greater performance starting at 4800MT/s
- Improved stability for overclocking
- Increased efficiency
- Intel XMP 3.0 Certified
- AMD EXPO Certified
- Qualified by the world’s leading motherboard manufacturers
- Plug N Play at 4800MT/s
- Low-profile heat spreader design
What Kingston Had to Say
Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 memory brings the latest cutting-edge technology for next-gen gaming platforms. Taking speed, capacity and reliability even further, DDR5 arrives with an arsenal of enhanced features, like on-die ECC (ODECC) for improved stability at extreme speeds, dual 32-bit subchannels for increased efficiency and an on-module power management integrated circuit (PMIC) to provide juice where it’s needed most.