KINGSTON FURY BEAST DDR4 8GB 3200MHZ DESKTOP RAM
Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 RGB delivers a boost of performance and style with speeds of 3200MHz, aggressive styling, and RGB lighting that runs the length of the module for smooth and stunning effects. This dazzling, cost-effective upgrade is available in 3200MHz speed, CL16 latency, and a single-module capacity of 8GB. It features Plug N Play automatic overclocking at 2666MHz and is both Intel XMP-ready and Ready for AMD Ryzen. Customize the RGB lighting effects by using KINGSTON FURY BEAST DDR4 8GB 3200MHZ CTRL software and its patented Infrared Sync Technology. FURY Beast DDR4 RGB stays cool with its stylish, low-profile heat spreader. 100% tested at speed and backed by a lifetime warranty, it’s an easy, worry-free upgrade for your Intel or AMD-based system.
Customizable RGB lighting with aggressive styling
Give your battle station a stylish upgrade thanks to Beast DDR4 RGB’s heat spreader and customizable smooth, stunning RGB effects. Use the powerful Kingston FURY CTRL software or motherboard manufacturer’s software to create your own look.
Kingston FURY Infrared Sync Technology
RGB effects stay synced thanks to Kingston’s patented Infrared Sync Technology.
Intel XMP-Ready and XMP Certified
Designed to maximize the performance of our memory modules, our engineers have predefined Intel Extreme Memory Profiles to reach speeds of up to 3733MHz. FURY Plug-N-Play memory will run in DDR4 systems up to the speed allowed by the manufacturer’s system BIOS. PnP cannot increase the system memory speed faster than is allowed by the manufacturer’s BIOS. FURY Plug N Play DDR4 products support XMP 2.0 specifications, so overclocking can also be achieved by enabling the built-in XMP profile.
Ready for AMD Ryzen
Get memory that’s Ready for Ryzen and will seamlessly integrate with your AMD-based system. A reliable, compatible performance boost for your build.
Plug N Play – Automatic overclocking at 2666MHz
A simple and easy Plug N Play upgrade, Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 will auto-overclock itself to the highest listed speed allowed by the system BIOS.