Kingston went for a lighter design this time around with the Kingston FURY Renegade’s packaging. It follows the HyperX peripheral white-dominant packaging design as opposed to the HyperX Predator DDR4 packaging with a black design and red accents.
There’s not much inside the packaging aside from the FURY Renegade DDR4 modules, a quick start guide and a Kingston FURY sticker.
Design-wise, the Kingston FURY Renegade is identical to the HyperX Predator memory modules albeit with some slight modifications which we’ll talk about later.Each stick is a 1Rx8 with eight 1G x 8-bit FBGA components per module that supports Intel XMP 2.0. The Kingston FURY Renegade 16GB 4600 Mhz variant has two XMP profiles with the first one running at DDR4-4600 CL19-26-26 at 1.5v and the second profile running at a lower speed DDR4-4000 CL19-23-23 at 1.35v. For this review, our FURY Renegade 16GB Kit will run using the first XMP profile.
One could easily mistake which is which as the design of the FURY Renegade and HyperX Predator are identical with the exception of their respective logos. However, upon further inspection, we noticed that the Fury heat spreader has a darker tone compared to the Predator stick which makes it look slightly more premium especially when you noticed the design on the FURY logo.
Despite its complicated design, the Kingston FURY Renegade is one of the shorter memory sticks with only a 42.2mm height and is definitely smaller than our TForce XTREEM and Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB SL modules. The FURY Renegade’s 133.35mm x 42.2 mm x 8.3 mm size could easily fit most ITX cases.