Kingston Fury Renegade DD4 RGB RAM review
When you have treacherously changed allegiance that’s where you name is Renegade. Right from starting the roots of Kingston to the HyperX and getting back again to Kingston. This change was due to HyperX gaming peripherals was acquired by HP recently and HyperX Internal products moved back to Kingston. So, no need to worry the team behind the product is almost the same with same aim for the gamers. Today we have the Kingston Fury Renegade 16 GB DD4 RGB kit of 2 for the review. There are also other product such as Fury Impact for notebooks and Fury Beast for PC.
Specification Kingston Fury Renegade RAM
|Capacities||Singles: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB|
Kit of 2: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB
Kit of 4: 32GB, 64GB, 128GB
Kit of 8: 256GB
|Frequencies||3000MHz, 3200MHz, 3600MHz, 4000MHz, 4266MHz, 4600MHz|
|Latencies||CL15, CL16, CL18, CL19|
|Voltage||1.35V, 1.4V, 1.5V|
|Operating Temperature||0°C to 70°C|
|Dimensions||133.35mm x 42.2mm x 8mm|
Build of the Kingston Fury Renegade
I have used and reviewed the HyperX rams in the past they always had been well build as well as they always are termed to produce max performace for the gamers. Talking about the build the build quality was better. A Metal construction around the RAM chip and a diffused RGB lights which has the Fury branding to be visible from top. The Metal construction on the front and back have an italic performance graph like design which suits the game branding. On the front side at the mid there is ‘Kingston fury’ branding while on the left there is ‘DDR4’ written while on right ‘RENEGADE’ written.
I am really happy to see such good build even after the cetain change the gamers won’t feel compromised.
The kit which I received to review was the 4600 MHz kit and it the fastest one I did review till date. I seen a drastic and visible performance difference specially playing the PUBG, Call of Duty, Valorant and CS:GO. The online experience was definitely enhanced and It help me play little more better. The FPS boost was small but the live task it handled pretty well. If you are those video editors you will defintely find little performance boost while rendering.
Multitasking with apps for bit more smooth and the Chrome surprisingly was boosted so I could open and switch between multiple tabs at ease.
Overall, I will do recommend it all types of users as it provides wide variety of options right from 8 to 256GB kit with varying speed of 3000-4600MHz which is again a steal deal for the users with variety of the PC build or upgrade. We give it a complete pick for all type of heavy usage based on RAM and it’s really hard any other could provide such good price to performance ratio.