Like HyperX’s own Predator range which we previously reviewed HERE, the Fury yielded some pretty nice overclocks. The Fury allowed me to peak out at 3000MHz which is a very nice overclock over the stock XMP 2.0 profile of 2400MHz; I even managed to keep the timings relatively under control with timings of 15-15-15-35 which is fantastic. HyperX has been pretty sought after kits (earlier variations of Hynix IC’s) of DDR4 memory and the Fury surely isn’t kicking the trend just yet. It will be interesting to see if any later adoptions of the IC’s HyperX are currently using to see if they match up to the current Hynix batch.
Below is the overclocked results in comparison to the stock results for MaxxMemm and the Fury did yield some very nice gains over the competition; that is to be expected really!