HyperX renews its line of DDR4 Predator and Fury memories

The world of DDR4 memory has become an increasingly competitive sector. This has been a direct consequence not only of the arrival of new companies, but has also been fostered by the concurrence of a great variety of products located in very different ranges, and with very different benefits.

Today we have many options in the DDR4 memory sector, something that has a positive and a negative side: we have more variety and more competitive prices, but decision making is complicated, and a lot. Luckily, most top-tier vendors tend to differentiate their different memory kits quite easily, and you can also find some very useful information about RAM, which will help you make a decision.

To reinforce its position in the RAM memory sector, the HyperX brand has confirmed a major overhaul of their memory kits DDR4 HyperX Predator and HyperX FURY. Both have RGB LED lighting, and will be available in kits of up to 256 GB capacity with maximum frequencies of 4,800 MHz.

It is a very marked renovation, since as we have said it affects two complete ranges and includes a large number of kits. The presence of RGB LED lighting it is no coincidence, after all, these are two lines of DDR4 memories that are aimed at the sector gaming, something that is also noted in its specifications.

DDR4 HyperX Predator DDR4 memory series reaches frequencies up to 4,800 MHz and it has latencies ranging from CL12 to CL19. They come with a diffuser made of aluminum and finished in black that helps keep temperatures under control, and are available in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB modules. They can also be purchased in kits of two, four and eight modules.

For its part, DDR4 HyperX FURY memories are emerging as a cheaper option. It comes at frequencies up to 3,733 MHz and have latencies from CL15 to CL19. They are available in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB modules, and can be purchased in kits up to 128GB in capacity. They also have heat diffusers made of aluminum and finished in black.

The RGB LED lighting of these DDR4 memories can be customized with the HyperX NGENUITY software, a free tool that is currently in beta phase. DDR4 HyperX FURY memory kits price starts at $ 77 for 16 GB at 2,400 MHz, while the HyperX Predator have a starting price of $ 90 in its 8GB 4,000 MHz configuration.

We do not know the official prices for the Spanish market, but it should be the equivalent of converting currency and applying taxes. So, that $ 77 from the HyperX FURY module would equal 82 euros after making the change to euros and applying taxes.







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