Kingston Technology has presented RAM modules FURY Beast DDR5 RGB.New products will be available as single modules with capacity from 8 to 32 GB, as well as two-channel kits of two cards with a total capacity of 16 to 64 GB.Image source: KingstonAll presented RAM modules support Intel XMP 3.0 overclocking profiles.Available versions with a guaranteed effective clock frequency of 4800, 5200, 5600 and 6000 MHz.The claimed operating voltage range is 1.1-1.35V, depending on frequency.The company indicates that Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 RGB memory works with CL38 and CL40 timings.For modules, standard DDR5-4800, it is declared possible to automatically overclock to the highest supported frequency.All novelties are equipped with radiators with RGB-lighting with the possibility of its synchronization with other components of the system.The size of the modules is 133.35 × 42.23 × 7.11 mm.The company did not report anything about the cost of novelties.
Kingston introduced IronKey Vault Privacy 80 - external SSD with touch screen and cryptographic protection
Kingston introduced IronKey Vault Privacy 80 External SSD (VP80ES) series with advanced security features.The series includes 480 GB, 960 GB and 1920 GB drives with USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C interface.Image source: KingstonThe company claims the novelties are read and write speeds of up to 250 MB/s, touch screen, FIPS 197 certification with 256-bit encryption XTS-AES and support for multiple password (administrator / user) with modes PIN-code and passphrase.Dimensions drives are 122.5 × 84.2 × 18.5 mm.Claims support for Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, Chrome OS or any other operating system that works with USB storage devices.The company offers a three-year warranty on these novelties.The manufacturer did not specify the prices of the devices.
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