HyperX Fury HX316C10F/8, 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 CL10 DIMM Blue

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HyperX Fury HX316C10F/8, 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 CL10 DIMM Blue

HyperX Fury HX316C10F/8, 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 CL10 DIMM Blue

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Regardless, you don't need to know how it works to know that a higher frequency is better. We ran the test with settings of "14 / 4," where 14 is indicative of the count of passes and 4 is the active thread-count.

For this test, the CPU was configured at 4.2GHz (instead of our usual 4.4GHz) with a vCore of 1.265V. We have a brand new test bench that we assembled for the 2013-2014 period! Having moved away from our trusty i7-930 and GTX 580, the new bench includes the below components: GN Test Bench 2013 The new Fury RAM is branded as just "HyperX Fury" with no "Kingston" in the tag at all, part of the company's new direction to further differentiate the HyperX gaming business unit from its core. HyperX Fury RAM Specs Density First, make sure you have the correct memory for your notebook. Refer to Kingston's online Memory Search at www.kingston.com for assistance. After confirming that you have the correct memory for your system, do the following: Weather - Electrical storms can increase the ESD risk; unless absolutely necessary, try not to work on a computer during an electrical storm.In very dry areas, the air itself becomes a part of the electrostatic build-up mechanism every time there is an air flow (wind, air conditioning, blower) passing over an insulated surface.Do not let high humidity levels build a false confidence, and beware of corrosion problems with interconnects and other electrical interfaces.

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HyperX FURY DDR4 is the perfect choice for gamers and content creators who want to update their system without going over the top with a DDR5 option. Its greatest advantage compared to regular RAMs is the low power consumption, which results in a cooler and quieter PC. Looking at read speeds (file read), similar results are presented with the exception of the Vengeance Pro memory marginally outranking the Fury kit. The results thus far are relatively uninteresting, beyond the high performance exhibited by ADATA's kit. The HyperX Fury S Pro XLdoes everything right if you’re looking for a consistent pad with a medium (edging on fast) glide. It starts off a tad bit faster, but that initial faster feeling wears off after some time. Still, the glide and performance of the Fury S Pro is very respectable and I would definitely not feel bad if someone shoved this pad underneath my mouse and told me to use it in a competitive environment.

Memory write is our next chart. Once again, it goes ADATA, Corsair, and then HyperX in the standings; the differential between the Vengeance and HyperX products is close enough to be regarded as irrelevant. Selecting either of these kits based on price would be the way to go thus far, though things will change as we progress through the real-world tests. Remove the memory module as shown in Fig 1. Push the tabs (1) outward and the module will gently pop out of its slot (2). Remove it completely from the slot. Beyond anything else, what we all expect from a good memory is performance — and the HyperX FURY DDR4 delivers. You can expect fluid gameplay and seamless usage of creative apps for all options with capacities of 16GB and higher. The smaller RAMs are still fast but likely not fast enough to run demanding apps.Anyone performing simulation or computation-intensive compiling tasks will benefit from these numbers; if you're in these categories, use this benchmark to judge how much multi-channeling matters to you. MaxxMem: Memory Copy, Read, Write, Latency, & Bandwidth Performance Unleash your style, unleash your fury HyperX RAM. Our range of HyperX memory will give your system’s the performance boost they need to power through intensive workloads, including running the latest AAA games and streaming high-resolution media on your favourite watch along platforms. Euler 3D is best-used when testing CPUs and memory. The program is freely available through Casealab. The memory copy benchmark represents maximum throughput of the memory when performing file copy transactions. As it turns out, RAM also feels like a relatively uninteresting component when selecting parts for a new system -- such is the nature of a stable product. It's similar to buying gas, in that regard; serious enthusiasts might deliberate over suppliers and octane specifications, but most users just fill up with the most convenient and affordable source. That's not to diminish the importance of quality RAM, though it does currently feel like a fairly stagnated market. Things will change in the face of DDR4.

The benchmark CFD grid contains 1.23 million tetrahedral elements and 223 thousand nodes. The benchmark executable advances the Mach 0.50 AGARD flow solution. Our benchmark score is reported as a CFD cycle frequency in Hertz." As for the subjective, aesthetics stuff, I'm a big fan of the matte white color -- it looks excellent with the white H440 we reviewed. Compatibility with HyperX NGENUITY makes it easy to set the desired light bar colorway or manage settings directly from your HyperX keyboard. Alternatively, you could use the motherboard’s software for the same purpose. The low profile also makes the memory compatible with all desktop systems, no matter how compact. Chipset Compatibility This is where the HyperX FURY DDR4 steps in, providing users with a performing and visually appealing memory option. The modules feature an asymmetric design with a low-profile heat spreader. Undoubtedly, the most appealing option is the RGB one, which lights up in various colors.RAM modules don’t normally sport attractive designs. After all, these components must be practical, not aesthetic. Yet, when designing a gaming PC with transparent chassis, the visual appeal of each component can make or break the deal. Although our games testing was tossed out due to identical results, Cinebench shows some disparity between products. Testing memory using games is tough; most games will not be memory-bound in any capacity, instead deferring to the GPU and CPU for FPS output. We saw marginal advantages between 1600MHz ADATA value RAM and the faster 1866 Vengeance and Fury RAM, and somewhat noteworthy gains between 1866MHz and 2666MHz.



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