DDR4 RAM Guide – What memory capacity is right for your PC?

This content was provided by Iwona Zalewska who is the DRAM Business Manager at Kingston Technology – Any internal, external or affiliate links were added by James the editor Deciding how much system memory (RAM, or random-access memory) to purchase is an age-old problem faced by anyone buying a computer. Whether it was the 16-bit … Read more

Kingston Fury Beast 3600Mhz DDR4 Review [KF436C18BBK2/32] – Rebadged HyperX but fantastic value for money

Following on from my review of the excellent Kingston Fury Renegade 3600Mhz RGB DDR4, I have also been checking out the Kingston Fury Beast 32GB DDR4 RAM kit Kingston sold off the HyperX brand earlier this year, but the sale only included the peripherals. Gaming memory and storage will stay part of the Kingston business, … Read more

Kingston Fury Renegade 3600Mhz DDR4 RGB Review [KF436C16RB1AK2/32] – Cheap Fast RGB DDR4

Kingston sold off the HyperX brand earlier this year, but the sale only included the peripherals. Gaming memory and storage will stay part of the Kingston business, and they recently announced their full range of DDR4 RAM. Now branded as Fury, there are varying options to suit your tastes. The kit I am reviewing today … Read more

Kingston FURY RAM launched – DDR4 FURY Renegade has frequencies up to 5333MHz – 16GB 4266MHz CL19 available for £185

Kingston sold off their HyperX gaming brand to HP earlier in the year. With the gaming market being so affluent, it was unlikely Kingston would leave the market entirely. Kingston is now back with some gaming-oriented RAM now branded as FURY. The product range is extensive, covering both desktop and SODIMM laptop ram at various … Read more

Kingston KC600 2.5″ 1TB SATA SSD Review – An excellent affordable SATA SSD with hardware AES encryption

The Kingston KC600 has been out for a couple of years now. It offers affordable, fast storage with the added benefit of hardware AES encryption which allows you to enable BitLocker on your PC with little consequence on overall performance. SATA SSDs are starting to feel a little dated now that NVMe drives have become … Read more

Kingston KC2500 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD Review vs Samsung 970 Evo – High end performance at a reasonable price

Kingston has recently refreshed their lineup of NVMe drives with the new KC2500 series which promises improved performances over the already excellent KC2000. The new range offers an increase of almost 10% to the sequential read speeds going from 3200 to  3500MB/s and an impressive 32% increase for sequential write, going from 2200MB/s to 2900MB/s. … Read more

Win a Kingston DataTraveler Bolt Duo Flash Drive

** Winner s********[email protected] has been emailed, awaiting response so I can post the item out. ** I reviewed the Kingston DataTraveler Bolt back in December, it is a new generation of USB drives that includes an iPhone lightning port which will fit into your Apple devices, as well as the usual USB port. This device then … Read more

Kingston DataTraveler Bolt Duo Flash Drive Review

One of the issues for many phones nowadays is the lack of storage. Each year we seem to use more and more data from pictures to apps, and until recently phone companies have been a little slow about improving the data storage of their devices. Apple has been improving recently with the latest iPhone 8 … Read more