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|Kingston FURY Renegade RGB Review Test Bench Specs|
|CPU||AMD Ryzen 9 5950X|
|COOLER||Corsair H100i RGB PRO XT 240mm AIO – Noctua NT-H2 Thermal Paste|
|MOTHERBOARD||ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Hero (Wi-Fi)|
|MEMORY||Tforce XTREEM ARGB 16GB(2x8GB) 3600Mhz DDR4||Kingston FURY Renegade RGB 16GB(2x8GB) 4600Mhz DDR4||Cosair Vengeance RGB Pro SL 16GB(2x8GB) 3200Mhz|
|GPU||Inno3D RTX 3080 Ti iChill X4|
|STORAGE||WD Black SN850 2TB SSD|
|POWERSUPPLY||Seasonic Focus+ 850W GOLD|
|OPERATING SYSTEM||Windows 10 Pro Build 2404|
|DISPLAY||Lenovo Legion Y27Q Gaming Monitor|
We use CapFrameX 1.6.2 as our FPS capture and analysis tool for all our gaming benchmarks. The latest build version of Windows 10 and WHQL certified drivers are used for our benchmarks. Readings such as temperatures and power draw are recorded using HWMonitor, HWInfo64, and other relevant software for cross-checking.
For this review, we had to overclock the Ryzen 9 5950X’s Infinity Fabric clock to match the DDR4 speeds of the Kingston FURY Renegade 4600Mhz. Unfortunately, our 5950X only managed to clock at 1900Mhz which sets the optimal DDR4 speed at 3,800 Mhz. That said, we ran the Kingston Fury Renegade RGB 16GB kit at its XMP Setting of 4600Mhz with an Infinity Fabric clock at 1,900 Mhz. We still expect the improvements of having faster DDR4 speeds albeit almost negligible in some cases due to the decoupled speed with the Infinity Fabric clock.