Providing the best memory module solution is Kingston’s forte, and as the transition to DDR5 is almost imminent, they are still providing a new set of DDR4 RAMs for those who still want to maximize their current rig. The Kingston Fury Renegade DDR4 offers high speeds and low latencies for that top performance for your PC, let’s check and see how it fares.
|Capacities||Singles: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB
Kit of 2: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB
Kit of 4: 32GB, 64GB, 128GB
Kit of 8: 128GB, 256GB
|Frequencies||2666MT/s, 3000MT/s, 3200MT/s, 3600MT/s, 4000MT/s, 4266MT/s,
4600MT/s, 4800MT/s, 5000MT/s, 5133MT/s, 5333MT/s
|Latencies||CL13, CL15, CL16, CL18, CL19, CL20|
|Voltage||1.35V, 1.4V, 1.5V, 1.55V, 1.6V|
|Operating Temperature||0°C to 85°C|
|Dimensions||133.35mm x 42.2mm x 8.3mm|
The provided sample is the 16GB (2x 8GB) non-RGB variant with a frequency of 4266MT/s.
The design of the Fury Renegade still has some hints from the previous HyperX lines, but it tries to stand out with a more aggressive look on the aluminum heat spreader that is attached to the memory modules with the Fury logo displayed on the side. The Fury Renegade has an RGB version, but it still looks great without any lighting effects.
We tested the modules in an older generation of CPU but it still provided some good results
- CPU: Intel i5 11500
- Motherboard: ASRock B560 Pro 4
- GPU: Asus RTX 3060 12GB
Using the Fury Renegade on an Intel processor allows the use of its XMOP profile that maximizes the performance by overclocking the RAM, and it’s easy to toggle on the BIOS as there are options that you can select from the get-go.
As for performance, it still provided high framerates for games like Overwatch 2 and Gundam Evolution and even on highly demanding games such as The Witcher 3. In terms of latency, it seems to be handling it well with no issues.
Our final thoughts on the Kingston Fury Renegade are that it can still deliver great performance memory modules and can provide great design that does not overkill its appearance just to brand itself as a gaming product. Users can choose from the RGB and Non-RGB variants that do not have any difference in performance, this a good upgrade for those looking to maximize DDR4 memories whether you are using an Intel or AMD processor.