Kingston is finally getting back on top of the performance market with its Fury DDR5 reaching the low-latency 10ns at 32 cycles, via a data rate of 6400 MT/s for the top parts. Announced at a single capacity as 16GB x1 modules and 16GB x2 (32GB) kits, Kingston will also be offering DDR5-6000 parts at the same C32…probably for those who can’t quite afford the DDR5-6400 parts.
While the firm has yet to announced a price, we’re at least given the voltage spec for the DDR5-6000 at 1.35V and the DDR5-6400 at 1.40V. If you’re ready to start Googling part numbers, those would be:
|Kingston Fury Renegade DDR5|
|Type||16GB DIMM||32GB Kit||Timings|
Yep, that means they’re also offering non-RGB parts, which we’re hoping will be a bit cheaper than the RGB parts, but the funny thing about the missing prices is that they also come with a missing delivery date. We’re following up with Kingston to fill in those missing details.
Until we get those details, here’s a teaser regarding the Fury Ctrl 3 software for individual control of all sixteen RGB LEDs on the lighted version of the memory.