Kingston HyperX Fury falls in the product line of reliable and ultra fast ram kits that comes loaded with auto overclocking feature. 1866Mhz is the max ram power and Fury comes in kit of 8 to 16GB memory stick. As per Kingston it is a affordable solution for gaming pc. We will check that out later on in detail. We are going to test a 8GB kit edition package that comes with 2 stick of 4GB each. The cost is around Rs.4500 for a single 8GB stick and Rs.5000 for two 4GB Ram Stick. For gaming purpose this ram surely falls at a affordable price range. Gaming ram are bit different compared to regular one. Even if you are having a 1600Mhz ram in your pc and it does not fall in the gaming category. It will give you a smooth output for your day to day application usage. After checking out the features of HyperX Fury White I am quite impressed. The series features a automatic overclocking ability. When you are playing games and when your system demand more ram power, it automatically boost the MHZ more for smooth output. On ideal mode the ram maintains a low profile. After HyperX Blue, HyperX Fury falls in the mid of HyperX Predator and Genesis RAM models. Both are high end ram series and costly also. So if you are moving towards a extreme gaming system and need something reliable then selecting HyperX Fury is a wise choice. Because here you don't have to mess with the ram settings to boost your gaming performance. Most of the high end processors today are already supported by Turbo Boost. They increase their clock rate on the basis of requirement and a combination of RAM like HyperX Fury help more. It also has a impressive design.
- Unique — tested with all popular brands of motherboards
- Easy to install — Plug-and-Play functionality
- Automatic overclocking — reach faster speeds and higher capacities just by installing the memory, no adjustments inBIOS needed
- Reliable — 100 per cent factory tested
- Guaranteed — lifetime warranty, free technical support.
- Capacity up to 8GB (single) and 8GB–16GB (kits)
- Frequency speed 1333MHz, 1600MHz, 1866MHz
- CAS latency 9-9-9-27 and 10-10-10-30
- Voltage 1.5V
- Operating temperature 0°C to 85°C
- Storage temperature -55°C to 100°C
- Dimensions 133.35mm x 32.8mm
- Compatible with P55, H67, P67, Z68, Z77, Z87 and H61 Intel chipsets, as well as A75, A87, A88, A89, A78 and E35AMD chipsets
Packing looks decent. It comes with a manual and Powered by HyperX sticker for cpu case. The model number here is HX318C10FW52/8. The ram comes packed in a simple plastic box sealed. Both of this memory module comes with life time warranty. So if you are going to buy this, then it is a kind of one time investment. Don't look out the price, Kingston's Life Time warranty will help you to get it replaced whenever the module stops working or has any fault.
HyperX Fury comes in 4 colors. They are Blue, Red, Black and White. There are different ram size available. Like a single Kit of 8GB or 16GB or package of multiple ram sticks. The model that we are testing today is a dual ram kit of 4GB each. This 8GB memory kit features 1866Mhz of auto overclock ram power. HyperX Fury has a impressive design. It does not look cheap from any angle. Nice white color heat spreader enclosure on the top side makes it looks like extreme hardware. Many users who are not so good in overclocking always have problem with modifying the ram and cpu settings. Here if you are having HyperX Fury White you do not have to modify the settings or worry about ram voltages. It overclocks itself automatically when needed.
HyperX Fury White has a impressive design with durable body enclosure. The top body consist of heat spreaders which allow ram to stay cooler on extreme usage. It also makes the ram bit heavy. It is recommended that you must go with the maximum MHz when you are buying Fury series. The design itself shows up how much performance it can give you.
Installation is quiet simple. It is not very thick. You can add multiple kits of HyperX Fury while easily on board slots. It is a DDR3 ram module which offer you good performance.
After installing Kingston HyperX Fury White 8GB 1866Mhz, my system output is far more better. I am using HyperX Blue series which falls in the entry level product line. It is good for day to day usage, but for gaming you need a bit extra power. I had performed a few test to find out the maximum potential of HyperX Fury White.
- CPU Cabinet – Antec GX700 Mid-Tower
- Processor – AMD FX-8350 4Ghz 8 Core (AM3+)
- Liquid Cooler – Antec Kuhler H20 920
- RAM – 2x4GB Kingston HyperX Fury
- Motherboard – Gigabyte 990FXA-UD5 AM3+ Socket UltraDurable
- Graphic Card – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti BOOST 2GB
- Hard Drive 1 – Seagate Barracuda 3TB Internal Hard Drive
- PSU – Antec EA-750 EarthWatts Green PSU
After testing Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB RAM (White) 1866Mhz ram I found that it is a true performance ram. You get more here. It is not a regular ram which remains static on gaming or extreme usage. To get maximum power you need motherboard that has ram slot support which support 1866Mhz ram. or else the output remain limited. HyperX Fury does not need any third party software for overclocking. It manages the ram MHz on its own whenever needed. It also allow the ram to use less power when you are not playing games. The cost of a single 8GB kit is around Rs.4500 and if you need dual ram sticks of 4GB then you have to pay Rs.4500. To some extent this is not very costly. Because we have a powerful ram module that handle up extreme processing power and boost your system output.
- Auto Overclock
- Heat Control Design
- Great for Gaming PC
- Works well with high end motherboards only.