Kingston Fury 32 GB DDR5 Memory Kit On Sale For $125 US, DDR4 Kit For $110 US

Kingston is offering its Fury line of memory with RGB at some amazing discounts in both the DDR5 and DDR4 flavors.

Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB Special Edition memory and DDR5 RGB memory kits are on sale while supplies last! Fantastic performance at an incredible value!

For the last year, prices of computer components have plummeted to all-time lows. Processors, graphics cards, SSDs, and more are much more affordable for consumers but hurt companies forced into lowering prices due to massive overhead inventory. Kingston has two fantastic memory kits from the famous FURY Beast line at reasonable pricing on Amazon. One of the modules is from the previous DDR4 generation and one is from the current DDR5 generation.

First up is the Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB Special Edition. This unique Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB Special edition series comes in a white colorway heat spreader with bright RGB lighting. Users can expect to receive speeds between 3200 MT/s and 3600 MT/s and capacities between 8 GB to 16 GB for individual modules and 16 to 32 GB in 2-pack memory kits.

Kingston’s FURY Beast DDR4 RGB Special Edition memory series comes in a UDIMM form factor and is both Intel XMP Certified and Ready and compatible with the current AMD Ryzen processors. The memory is available in CL 16, 17, and 18 latencies with power voltage levels of 1.35 V. The PCB, hidden under the white heat spreader, is black, and the memory has a total height of 45.8 mm. The RGB on top of the memory is controlled by Kingston’s FURY CTRL software, which coordinates with the user’s system, thanks to Infrared Sync Technology. All Kingston memory is thoroughly tested at the factory at top speed and is backed by Kingston’s limited lifetime warranty.

Kingston’s official website sells the FURY Beast DDR4 RGB Special Edition memory kit for $134.99, but on Amazon, you can get the same kit from its website for $110.82 — a savings of 33% off its original MSRP.

Next is the Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 RGB memory, which comes in a UDIMM form factor and is Intel XMP and AMD EXPO certified. Where the Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB Special Edition memory is not Plug-n-Play capable, the new DDR5 RGB memory is capable of such and comes in speeds of 4800, 5200, 5600, and 6000 MT/s.

The CAS latencies on the FURY Beast DDR5 RGB are rated between 36, 38, and 40 and offer voltages between 1.1 V to 1.35 V, depending on the kit. Individual memory modules come in 8 GB to 32 GB, while the memory kits vary between 16 GB for dual-channel kits up to 128 GB for a quad-channel kit. The PCB and head spreader come in black, but this series has an alternate white heat spreader, setting it apart from its special edition DDR4 variant.

RGB lighting is customized like before through the Kingston FURY CTRL software and Infrared Sync Technology. The Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 RGB memory is also sharing the same warranty that most of Kingston’s memory products offer.

On the official Kingston website, the Kingston Beast DDR5 RGB EXPO desktop memory kit sells for $172.99 with free shipping, and on Amazon’s Kington website, you can get the same kit for almost $50 less at $125.92. Both memory options are in short quantities, and it is recommended to act now while pricing is at its lowest point since the release of both memory options.

Written by Jason R. Wilson