Kingston Fury, the gaming and high-performance division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., has expanded the aesthetics of the company's Fury DDR5 memory portfolio. The Fury Beast and Fury Renegade DDR5 memory lineups now arrive with a white heat spreader design. As a result, consumers of both AMD and Intel platforms can take advantage of the new memory kits when putting together a PC with a white theme. The Fury Beast and Fury Renegade memory kits arrive in vanilla and RGB variants. In the case of the Fury Beast, the non-RGB version measures 34.9 mm, whereas the RGB version stands at 42.23 mm. The memory sticks to a single color, either black or white. On the other hand, the Fury Renegade is slightly taller at 39.2...
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