Kingston has unveiled the FURY Renegade Pro DDR5 RDIMM Memory
Kingston has announced the launch of its FURY Renegade Pro DDR5 R-DIMM memory, which is an overclockable DDR5 R-DIMM memory aimed at Intel’s latest W790 platform and designed to be used with Intel’s latest overclockable processors, the Xeon W-3400 and Xeon W-2400 series.
The X-suffixed models in the Xeon W-3400/2400 series processors support overclocking and further optimize high-performance workloads, which can be understood as the successor to the Core-X models of the HEDT platform. Previously, companies such as G.Skill, Adata, and Tenquan have also launched similar products. As one of the memory giants, Kingston is naturally not to be outdone.
The first batch of FURY Renegade Pro series overclockable DDR5 R-DIMM memory from Kingston has specifications of 4800MHz, 5600MHz, and 6000MHz, with corresponding timings of CL36-38-38, CL36-38-38, and CL32-38-38, operating at voltages of 1.1V, 1.25V, and 1.35V, and available in 16GB and 32GB single capacities. The memory supports Intel XMP 3.0 technology. Kingston offers single, quad-channel, and octa-channel kits, but these memories are not equipped with heat sinks, as the modules themselves are bare, covered only by thin stickers on the DRAM chips.
The new memory features a power management IC (PMIC) for stable power supply, dual On-die ECC, and Side-band ECC error correction mechanisms to achieve end-to-end protection and improve data transfer accuracy, catering to the high-load demands of high-end HEDT and workstation applications such as professional content creators, 3D rendering, scientific computing, and other workstation platforms.
Kingston has not revealed the release date or the specific pricing of the new FURY Renegade Pro DDR5 R-DIMM memory modules.