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Kingston Fury Renegade DDR5 RGB 7200MT/s Review

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Flagship platforms are continuously increasing their computing capabilities, including DDR5 memory. In the past year, the focus was on achieving speeds between 6000-7000 MT/s, and currently, the target is 7000-8000 MT/s. Kingston is keeping up with these trends by providing its customers with kits featuring SK hynix A-die chips that offer a speed of 7200 MT/s and RGB.

We will be reviewing the 32GB (2x16GB) Kingston FURY Renegade RGB DDR5-7200Mhz dual-channel kit, which is part of the Kingston FURY line of products designed specifically for gamers and enthusiasts.

The new enthusiastic line of Kingston FURY Renegade DDR5 includes single modules of 16 GB, 32GB and dual-channel memory kits with a total capacity of up to 64GB. 

Kingston FURY Renegade DDR5 RGB Memory

ModelDDR5-7200 Kingston FURY Renegade RGB
Module labelingKF572C38RWAK2-32
Memory typeDDR5
Form FactorDIMM
Number of modules in the set2
The amount of memory of each module16 GB
The total amount of memory of the kit32 GB
Module configuration2G x 64 (1-rank)
Memory chip configuration2 GB x 8
Normal OperationDDR5-4800 40-39-39 (1.1V)
Intel XMP 3.0 Advanced ProfilesDDR5-7200 38-44-44 (1.45V)DDR5-6800 36-42-42 (1.4V)DDR5-6400 32-39-39 (1.4V)
Dimension133.35 x 44 x 7.66 mm
Operating temperature0°C to 85°C
Manufacturer’s websiteKingston
Product pageKingston FURY Renegade RGB

The kit comes in a medium-sized box. The packaging has a light and simple design. The memory sticks are also supplied with a brief paper instruction and a Kingston FURY sticker.

The modules are covered with silver panels with the usual spectacularly made company logo and the name of the series.

Kingston Fury Renegade DDR5 RGB 7200MTs Review
Kingston Fury Renegade DDR5 RGB 7200MTs Review

On the reverse side of the modules, you can find all the necessary information: operating voltage 1.45V for operation at a maximum frequency of 7200 MHz, memory model KF572C38RWAK2-32, serial number and country of manufacture.

At the top of the module, there is an RGB strip made of grey translucent plastic with FURY branding on the top. By default, cycling of various RGB effects is enabled.

To adjust the backlight, you can use the proprietary Kingston FURY CTRL utility or the motherboard manufacturer’s software. The manufacturer claims that the synchronization of RGB effects is provided using Kingston’s patented Infrared Sync technology.

Since this kit is Intel XMP 3.0 certified, the user can write two personal profiles of their own unique timings, speeds and voltages stored directly in the DIMM.

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Performance

Out of the box, the RAM will run on the DDR5-4800 JEDEC profile with timings of 42-39-39-77 at a voltage of 1.10 V.

Two of the three XMR profiles are activated in the BIOS without any problems. DDR5-6800 MHz at a voltage of 1.4 V with timings of 36-42-42-105, and the third – DDR5-6400 MHz at a voltage of 1.4 V with timings of 32-39-39-80.

The XMP profile DDR5-7200 MHz will require you to enable “High DRAM Voltage Mode” in the motherboard BIOS to supply a voltage of more than 1.435 V for RAM.

Conclusion

Kingston FURY Renegade RGB (KF572C38RWAK2-32) is an excellent memory kit with high-frequency XMP profiles that will improve PC performance in almost one click. The memory kit will fit perfectly with the Intel build, where there is support for a frequency of 7200 MHz. 

Of course, the performance gain even at 7200 MHz will not be as great as when replacing a video card or processor, but this is a good opportunity to get the most out of your system.

The design and aesthetics of the RAM is also eye-catching. The combination of silver panels and light-grey RGB will be appreciated by consumers and DIY enthusiasts.

As a result, the Kingston FURY Renegade RGB DDR5-7200 memory kit offers the best for the most demanding users. You’re sure to get the exceptional performance and excellent stability guaranteed by SK Hynix chips with the highest overclocking potential.

Rajat Negi
Rajat Negihttps://www.gizmotech.in
Rajat Negi is the founder of Gizmo Tech and is an active blogger and social media influencer. Rajat has contributed to several articles for various publishers. He also works as a social media influencer for various popular brands. Rajat can be reached at [email protected]
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Flagship platforms are continuously increasing their computing capabilities, including DDR5 memory. In the past year, the focus was on achieving speeds between 6000-7000 MT/s, and currently, the target is 7000-8000 MT/s. Kingston is keeping up with these trends by providing its customers with kits...Kingston Fury Renegade DDR5 RGB 7200MT/s Review