Saturday, May 13, 2023

Kingston Fury DDR5 5600MT/s 32GB Kit Review

The RAM is essential for any modern computer that is used in the modern day. How much RAM someone gets is entirely up to you. Same as how many you get whether a single, dual channel, or go for quad channel. Today we will be reviewing the Kingston Fury DDR5 5600MT/s 16GB kit of 2 for a total of 32GB. MSRP at $181.99.


Features and Specs:


Frequency: 4800MT/s, 5200MT/s, 5600MT/s, 6000MT/s

Latency: CL38, CL40

Voltage: 1.1V, 1.25V, 1.35V

Operating Temperature: 0°C to 85°C

Dimensions: 133.35 mm x 42.23 mm x 7.11 mm


The modules came in standard plastic coverings molded to keep them secure in transport. Having a wrap around the container with the product details such as being Intel XMP certified. Materials used in the construction was fiberglass for the board and metal and some plastic. Quality of materials used, as well as the fit and finish, was very good. Also included was the warranty booklet.


The Kingston Fury DDR5 RAM uses the standard RAM design, for the most part.  It’s a standard PCB board with the RAM modules, and an aluminum heatsink attached for heat dissipation. It also has FURY CTRL and having RGB with each module, being compatible with MSI Mystic Light Sync, ASUS Aura, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, and Asrock. The modules themselves are well made and look nice to go with a RGB build.  And the heat spreader looks good enough to keep them sufficiently cool.


Our system that we tested the RAM on is an Intel I7 13700k on an AZUS ROG Strix Z790-H motherboard. We used AIDA64 Engineer to test the RAM, the reading benchmark found our reading speed was 86185 MB/s. The Writing Benchmark found the writing speed as 77929 MB/s. The next benchmark found the copy speed as 78060 MB/s. The final benchmark found the latency as 78.7 ns. All the benchmarks found the lowest stable timing was 40-40-40-80 with the voltage at 1.25V.  And the RGB lightshow they provided fit right in with the other RBG light shows from the other internal components.

In conclusion the Kingston Fury DDR5 5600MT/s 16GB kit of 2 is a great RAM set for your computer. Being able to have 32 GB of RAM should be enough for most things and they come at a great cost. With it being a DDR5 it is really well priced as opposed to other DDR5 modules. Because of the Build quality, looks, and great performance I will give the Kingston Furry DDR5 5600MT/s our Highly Recommended award. For more info and complete specs, visit their website at