The HyperX Fury by Kingston is a memory module that works out of the box on most DDR3 systems. These memory chips are specially made for gaming users. They enhance the overall performance of the system.

The Kingston HyperX Fury can automatically recognize the host platform and configure accordingly. It can also automatically over clock up to 1333 MHz, 1600 MHz and 1866 MHz. The module is compatible with AMD and Intel platforms. It’s plug and play and does not need any BIOS adjustments.

The Fury DDR3 SDRAM with asymmetrical heat spreader design is available in 8GB and 16GB kits. This works on almost all popular branded motherboards with DDR3 system. HyperX Fury single module 8GB is priced at Rs. 4,500 and the 4GB x 2 kit will cost Rs. 5,000.

The Memory chips are basically for gaming users to get more (much more) out of the system, or for general over clocking enthusiastic.

Kingston Hyperx fury 4GB x 2 kit

Kingston Hyperx fury memory module

Kingston Hyperx fury module

Kingston HyperX Fury Key features

  • Dual Channel.
  • 8GB single, 8GB x 2 Kit, 4GB x 2 Kit.
  • Auto Frequency – 1333 / 1600 / 1866 (MHz).
  • Voltage 1.5v and CAS latency 9-9-9-27 and 10-10-10-30.
  • Stylish heat dissipation (Asymmetric heat spreader design).
  • Compatible with many motherboards (H67, H61, P67, P55, Z68, Z77, Z87 – Intel chipsets and A75, A78, A87, A88, A89, E35 AMD chipsets).
  • Red, Blue, Black and White color options.
  • Price Rs. 4500 onwards.

Published by Gogi Rana

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  1. Gogi also please review nvidia geforce gtx 650 ti or 550 ti and AMD hd 7770. If possible make a compare between these gpu.

    1. I am running an HD 7770 for last two years in my gaming rig…. I get decent fps for every game I played so far ! Far cry 3, crysis, fifa 2014, dirt 2 and so many… Try to buy XFX HD with double dissipation technology! Dual fans… If you wanna overclock a bit…

  2. Gogi do you have them with you? could you make a quick comparison with the Crossair Vengance 8*2 configs ? specially interested in the adaptive obverclock if it can lower clock speed when it’s not required. My rig is genrating huge noises even in general tasks because the mobo is always overworked by the AMD 8350 FX

  3. It looks like a RAM wearing a fancy costume, whats so special in it for gaming?

  4. Its DDR3 Ram,so it will only support DDR3 (can’t use with DDR2/DDR slots) ram Slot at your mother board and if have to check whether your mobo support 1600mhz and 1866 MHz. If your mobo support 1866 then it will automatically run 1866 otherwise run at lower 1600/1333 whichever your mobo supports.
    they have install heatsink (white color) to remove the heat quickly as higher end game generate heat from gfx and ram and hdd proccy etc

    If your slot allow “4 GB only” at single slot then better use it as pair means 4×2 ,otherwise buy single module .
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DIMM

  5. Wow Gogi! I do share your enthusiasm on this one, by the way are you using a gaming rig, configurations please.

    1. Unfortunate, though my desktop is powerful its using a way outdated motherboard, it’s not DDR3 so could not fit the RAM.

  6. Nice that you started on with PC hardware reviews keep them coming. More reviews on HDD External , RAM, Pendrives & also Memory cards way 2 go.

  7. Hi, what is it actually and where can it be plugged or installed on? We didn’t really get it gogi.

    1. Hi amit, you should learn Basics of computer first, then you will understand all these computer related things. It’s Hard to explain everything… #* NO OFFENCE *#

      1. haha, I myself assemble my PC. I know everything on expertise level dude. I was slightly confused whether its for GPU slot or RAM slot as I didn’t see the pics properly 1st. When I saw its pic, everything was as clear and transparent πŸ™‚