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    Kingston HyperX Fury Anygood?

    I've seen that theKingston Technology HyperX Fury Memory Red 4GB x2 1866MHz DDR3 is on sale for a good price is this ram any good and it's it compatible with msi z97m gaming micro atx motherboard

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    Opinions on ram and compatibility

    I'm looking at the Kingston Technology HyperX Fury Memory Red 4GB 1866MHz DDR3 is this ram any good and is the compatibility msi z97m micro atx

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    Re: Kingston HyperX Fury Anygood?

    Can't really fault it. Got some myself and a few others I know have bought it since it was on amazon cheaper then you can buy corsair 1600.

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    Re: Opinions on ram and compatibility

    Check the manufacturer website for comparability. Chances are its not there but more than likely it is compatable.

    I think you want 1.5v or less ram.

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    Re: Kingston HyperX Fury Anygood?

    Duplicate threads merged, please only post about the same topic once TODD90

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    Re: Kingston HyperX Fury Anygood?

    IIRC Kingston are one of and if not the largest independent memory manufacturer in the world, they pride themselves on reliability and performance. I would trust Kingston, particularly if the price is good. When it comes to RAM I would usually shortlist Corsair, Crucial (owned by Micron I think) and Kingston over any of the other brands.

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    Re: Kingston HyperX Fury Anygood?

    Thats cool the price they've been at lately are too good I'll order 2 for 4gbs

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    Re: Kingston HyperX Fury Anygood?

    looks pretty good might get 8gb myself, looking for a new kit.

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    Re: Kingston HyperX Fury Anygood?

    I normally go for corsair vengeance but this time I'm going to go with the Hyper X i think due to the price and the colour.

    Everyone says it is solid memory.

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    Re: Kingston HyperX Fury Anygood?

    I have some to go in my on-going build. I will let you know the outcome.

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    Re: Kingston HyperX Fury Anygood?

    Had the Kingston HyperX Savage for several months and all good. Like stated by KeyboardDemon they're a large well known brand and I would have no hesitation in buying a set of their RAM.

    The Savage like the Fury have a low profile heatspreader but I was surprised how weighty the modules felt. This is comparing them with say set of RAM with larger / thicker type spreaders.
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    Re: Kingston HyperX Fury Anygood?

    this ram is great and is compatible with the motherboard but you will have to enable the XMP profile in the BIOS otherwise it will default to DDR3 1600 rather than DDR3 1866

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    Re: Kingston HyperX Fury Anygood?

    Looks like the Kingston HyperX Fury memory sticks are good value!

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