Continuing our tour of Kingston’s COMPUTEX 2023 VIP suite where we previously checked out their vloggers essentials segment, we not head over to their gamer and creators section. The Creator section pretty much highlights a content creator setup, focusing more on aesthetics and the capacity of the KINGSTON FURY products. On the Gamer Ecstasy display though, we get treated to a demo of Kingston FURY’s CTRL software and RGB capabilities. Which means we’ll talk more about the Kingston FURY products in general via the Creator section.
The creator area actually includes Kingston’s wider array of products including the their other portable SSDs and Workflow card reader system.
This is also the first time I have actually seen the Kingston FURY Renegade PRO DDR5 memory stick which is intended for memory-intensive applications and comes in kits of up to 256GB. On display was an ASUS Pro WS W790, a high-end workstation board supporting Intel Sapphire Rapids LGA4677 CPUs.
The showcase was highlighted by this streamer/creator setup featuring Kingston RAM and SSDs. Kingston also states that all their DDR5 kits will now have 24GB and 48GB sticks.
The gaming area was just a display piece meant to demonstrate the RGB effects of the FURY Renegade sticks as well as their larger memory capacities.