Kingston Fury BEAST RGB DDR5 5600MHz 32GB (16GBx2) Review
Peter Donnell / 3 weeks ago
A Closer Look
Firstly, these are some great-looking memory kits, even if the design is a bit of a random mash of angles and well… more angles. However, it’s such a purposeful mess of try-hard gamer aesthetic that it actually works. There are exposed screws, bits of metal panelling embossed onto the aluminium and more, but overall, I do like the overall aggressive and monochrome design.
Around the back, it’s much of the same, with that inky black coating on the aluminium, and a simple sticker, nothing out of the ordinary though. Honestly though, after seeing this memory kit print their specs rather than a sticker, the sticker looks so much worse to me.
The Fury part is really nice though, it’s out of the same piece of aluminium, the letters are raised, but only the lower parts are painted black, which looks really cool. However, the words Kingston, Beast, and DDR5 are printed in white, which matches up with the lightbar on the top, at least while the power is off.
The only other detail is the word Fury on the spine, which I like, as they haven’t overdone the exposed branding here.
The built-in RGB is very bright, so those of you who love to chase the rainbow are certainly going to love these!