Kingston HyperX Fury 32GB 2666MHz DDR4 Review (HX426C15FBK4/32), Lets mix it up!

Final Thoughts

Priced at $309.99 the Kingston HyperX Fury 32GB 2666MHz overclocked like a champion, We could run different timings and speeds easily and the kit ran every speedAward_Gold between 2400MHz and 3000MHz. The Fury 2666MHz kit mated well with its sister 2400 MHz kit and performed well in the charts. It’s not the fastest kit on the market but it is a nice fast kit. While it’s not the fastest you are not paying the fattest price for it. Using two kits of Kingston HyperX Fury 32GB 2666MHz you can run 64GB of lifetime warranty ram for the price of some single 32GB kits.

We had a lot of fun overclocking and underclocking the Kingston HyperX Fury 32GB 2666MHz kit and it installed, underclocked and overclocked easily with little to no hassle. Little to no hassle earns big points for a kit as we’ve seen people struggle with them for hours stretching to days to get the XMP rated speed and timings. We’ve never had that with Kingston, Kingston knows ram and it goes in and just runs without demanding your tweaking time to get it to run at rated specs,

Everyone has a favorite brand of ram but we can highly recommend Kingston HyperX Fury for any application or system and you can believe Kingston stands behind their product both with spot on tech support and warranty. Doing all that on a 32GB kit priced at $309.99 shows Kingston’s commitment to quality, value and performance.

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The Bear Facts: The Kingston HyperX Fury 32GB 2666MHz kit is reasonably priced, performs well and deserves the Golden Bear Award for its versatility and value.

Pros Cons
  • High Quality
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • High Density
  • Low Profile
  • Intel XMP
  • Versatile
  • Fun To OC
  • Not The Fastest Kit

 

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3 comments

  1. I bought Kingston Fury DDR4 32gb 2400Mhz.
    My kit is good, but nowehere as good as what all the reviewers got. It runs at 2666 with 14,17,36 on 1.2v. Any change beyond that makes it unstable. Raising the voltage to 1.35 allows only tiny improvements above that and is hardly woth it.
    Could it be all the reviewers got specially selected samples?

    • Unlikely, my 2666mhz kit is running at the same specs they tweaked theirs too without a hitch…..if i loosten the timings and up the ram votlage to 1.4 i can get 3200mhz out of mine

  2. Ik heb ook een Kingston 2666 MHz 32 GB en die gaat ook naar de 3200 mhz op 1,35v op 3200 mhz op verschillende timing 16-18-42 en ook op 15-17-38 ga m nu ook proberen op 14-17-36 zeer goed te overklokken en ik heb 100 euro betaald net uit gebracht was lol

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