|RAM||16 GB DDR2 1333|
|Memory Speed||1333 MHz|
Kingston HyperX FURY 16GB Kit (2x8GB) 1333MHz DDR3 CL9 DIMM - White (HX313C9FWK2/16)
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|Computer Memory Size||16 GB|
|RAM Memory Technology||DDR2 1333|
|Memory Speed||1333 MHz|
|Compatible Devices||PC/server^240-pin DIMM|
About this item
- Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
- Asymmetric heatspreader for stylish heat dissipation
- Compatible with Intel and AMD platforms
- Easy to install - Plug-and-Play functionality
- Automatic Overclocking - reach faster speeds and higher capacities by just installing the memory, no adjustments in BIOS needed
- Unique - tested with all popular brands of motherboards
- Reliable - 100-percent factory tested
- Guaranteed - lifetime warranty, free technical support
From the manufacturer
For higher performance upgrades, increased in-game FPS and an overall faster system.
Started in 2002, HyperX has grown over the years to encompass multiple product lines of memory modules, solid-state drives, USB Flash drives, headsets and mouse pads. Featuring best-in-class components that deliver superior performance, quality and aesthetic design for more than a decade, HyperX products are the choice of top-rated gamers, tech enthusiasts, and overclockers worldwide.
Effortless Upgrade, Relentless Style
Get in the game with HyperX FURY. Even newbies get up to speed fast, since FURY automatically recognizes its host platform and automatically overclocks to the highest frequency published - up to 1866MHz¹ - providing plenty of power for your next deathmatch.
FURY's asymmetric heatspreader design lets you stand out from the 'square' crowd. It's available in black, blue, red and- for the first time in the HyperX line -white, with a black PCB. So your rig can reflect your style and you can show it off with pride - without spending a lot, since FURY is affordably priced. It's 100-percent tested and LAN-ready plus it's backed by a lifetime warranty and technical support.
¹HyperX PnP memory will run in most DDR3 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.
HyperX FURY is available in frequency speeds from 1333MHz to 1866MHz. Reach faster speeds and higher capacities by just installing the memory, no adjustments in BIOS needed.
Available in Kits of 2
Does your system have enough memory to get you into the game? Kits are available to max out your system's memory with up to 16GB of high-performance goodness.
Find the Color that Matches Your System
Make sure your system looks as good as it performs. With multiple colors to choose from HyperX FURY is sure to go with that custom case mod you've been working on.
Compatible with Intel and AMD Platforms
No matter if you are an Intel or AMD gamer the HyperX FURY is right for you. To make sure it works HyperX FURY has been tested with all popular brands of motherboards.
Lifetime Warranty with Technical Support
When you spend that much time building your perfect system make sure your memory lasts. With HyperX memory you get a lifetime warranty and technical support to help you out if you're in a tight spot.
From HyperX, a Leader in eSports
HyperX supports some of the best gaming teams in the world. While you might not be a pro yet, you can certainly game with the same equipment they do.
|HyperX Fury DDR3||HyperX Savage DDR3||HyperX Predator DDR3||HyperX Beast DDR3||HyperX Impact DDR3|
|Capacities||4GB–8GB (single), 4GB–16GB (kits)||4GB–8GB (single), 4GB–32GB (kits)||8GB–16GB (with 8GB and 16GB kits)||8GB–32GB (with 8GB and 16GB kits)||4GB, 8GB (single) and 8GB, 16GB (kits)|
|Frequency speed||Automatic overclocking up to 1866MHz¹||1600MHz, 1866MHz, 2133MHz and 2400MHz||up to 2800MHz||up to 2400MHz||1600MHz–2400MHz|
|Voltage||Voltages start as low as 1.35V||1.5V, 1.6V, 1.65V||1.5V & 1.65 V operating voltages enable stable overclocking||1.5V & 1.65 V operating voltages enable stable overclocking||1.35V|
|Features||Available in multiple colors with a black PCB||Asymmetric heat spreader for stylish heat dissipation||Heat sink design achieves effective maintenance of speed while prolonging the memory lifecycle||Carefully selected premium chips for maximum performance and overclockability||SO-DIMM form factor features stylish and slim thermal label for an easy fit|
Auto-overclocking up to 1866 MHz to get you in the game faster.
HyperX FURY DDR3 memory automatically overclocks up to 1866 MHz¹ for hassle-free, plug-and-play functionality that gets you in the game faster and instant top-level performance that helps you win it. With voltages as low as 1.35 V, it draws less power and generates less heat, while supporting Intel’s 100 Series chipset. Its asymmetric, aggressive design lets you stand out from the crowd of squared designs and features quality aluminium and a diamond-cut finish. It’s available in black, blue, white and red with a black PCB to match the contemporary colour schemes of motherboards, cases and other components.
1. HyperX PnP memory will run in most DDR3 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.
Reviewed in the United States on June 11, 2015
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The problem was the tracking. It was fairly accurate in when it said it was going to be here but it was also pretty vague. For a few days, it just said "Shipped" and "In transit" or something like that. I had no clue where it shipped from or where on earth it was. I could only use the vague estimate of "It'll probably be there sometime between these five days" to try and know when to be ready for it.
And I mean, let's be honest here. This isn't a pack of socks. This is a delicate computer part. It's not terribly expensive but it's 40 bucks. It's not the kind of thing you want to play around with.
Well, OK. So, at the end, it took about 4 days and Amazon's tracking info didn't really give me any specific details of exactly where it was until the very last day when it was out for delivery. If I hadn't been home that day, I would have obviously missed the delivery.
SO......the product itself? Seems fine. I'm not super knowledgeable about RAM or specs or any of that. But here is my basic system (for reference).
Motherboard - Gigabyte G1 Sniper A88X (With the latest F11 BIOS)
APU - AMD A10 7860K
Samsung 850 Evo SSD
Seasonic 550 watt Gold PSU
The memory I was replacing was 6 gigs of generic Kingston 1600 RAM that came with a system I bought years ago. Much was made of the fact that you should just be able to pop this HyperX Fury in and have your BIOS change all the settings for you. Which is true (kinda). It did indeed show up as 1866 RAM as soon as I rebooted.
However, I wasn't all that sure I was getting better performance. In fact, something about the system seemed a bit laggy. I thought this was probably just my imagination but I started looking around in the BIOS. I noticed the Northbridge frequency was set at 1600. I started doing some benchmarks just to see if I could see any performance drop and I did notice that it said the RAM was slower than it should be.
I debated whether or not to risk raising the northbridge frequency as I had heard somewhere that it should be at least equal to your RAM speed. I don't know where I read that and couldn't find it again when I was looking for it. But I finally tried it and the benchmark scores definitely went up for the RAM. So I can only assume that you will not get the advertised speed out of this RAM if your northbridge frequency remains at 1600 (Someone please comment on this and let me know if I'm right or wrong here).
Of course this site I was using for benchmarks was comparing my scores to those everyone else was getting with the same RAM. It is likely most of those people were overclocking their systems to the max. Still, the RAM scores I was getting right out of the gate were well below what seemed normal and they jumped considerably when I changed the northbridge to 1900.
I even tried reloading the optimized defaults for my motherboard so the BIOS would automatically choose the settings for the APU and RAM. The northbridge frequency auto set itself to 1600 on this MB. So I don't really know if this is correct to change this setting. Don't take my word for it because I don't know anything, really. Just that I got significantly better scores when I changed the freauency. I did not change the frequency for the RAM, as I wanted to see if the northbridge setting seemed to be the bottleneck and it appears to be.
Note: This RAM will automatically set itself to the highest speed allowed by the motherboard and CPU (up to 1866MHz). So if it only runs at 1600 or 1333 MHz in a given system, that is a CPU/motherboard limit, not a limit of this RAM. I have read that this memory will be stable when over-clocked up to 2400MHz, but that may require a slight voltage increase which I am unable to do in my BIOS.
Summary: I would highly recommend the Kingston HyperX Fury 16GB memory upgrade kit to anyone who has a DDR3 system with embedded GPU (graphics share system memory). AMD APU users should find the most benefit but those with Intel CPUs with embedded GPUs should also fare well.