Kingston Fury has presented the new memory modules for the Beast and Renegade ranges in the white variant. The new solutions achieve speeds up to 7200 MT/s and support both Intel XMP 3.0 and AMD EXPO profiles. by Vittorio Rienzo published on 28 March 2023, at 15:10 in the Memorie Fury channelKingstongaming hardware Kingston Fury, the division engaged in high-performance solutions of the homonymous company, has unveiled the new DDR5 memory modules for the Beast and Renegade ranges in version white. It is an addition that fills a void in Kingston’s proposal in a market that increasingly welcomes “full-white” configurations. As for the Fury Beast modules, these will be offered in two variants. The first, with a speed of 4800 MT/s, guarantees a plug and play update without the need to intervene from the BIOS to configure the parameters. Alternatively, it will be possible to choose low latency modules with speeds up to 6000 MT/s. In both cases, the Fury Beasts will be offered in single banks of 8, 16, or 32 GB or in dual-channel kits up to 64 GB. The Fury Renegade, on the other hand, represent a choice aimed at high-end or enthusiast users who do not accept compromises in terms of performance. In this case, in fact, the speeds rise up to 7200 MT/s and the single modules will be offered only in 16 and 32 GB capacities, while the kits once again reach 64 GB. With the exception of the first proposal, the other solutions support Intel’s XMP 3.0 and AMD EXPO profiles allowing memory overclocking with a simple click. The memories are all tested to reach rated speed, assuming the motherboard clearly supports it. Not overlooked was the lighting that can be managed by Kingston Fury CTRL, which synchronizes the hardware with patented infrared technology. Through the software it will be possible to choose from 18 predefined lighting effects or customize them to create a unique configuration. As proof of the reliability of the Fury range for gamers and professionals, the memory will be backed by a limited lifetime warranty. At the moment, however, Kingston has not shared the availability and prices of the new proposals.