Kingston Technology, being the world-leading in silicon memory products and technology solutions, opened up the world’s first Kingston FURY Gaming Lab over at Hsinchu Science Park, Taiwan to showcase its comprehensive gaming ecosystem.
In the new Kingston FURY Gaming Lab, visitors can enjoy the immersive experience that connects Kingston FURY’s products with real-life applications. It is decorated with Kingston FURY’s rebellious energy with fiery red and jet black colors. Of course together with vibrant RGB lights that are enjoyed by gamers across the world.
The Gaming Lab space is divided into three zones:
DRAM-shaped pillar where visitors can participate in an interactive game to understand the type of gamers they are and recommend the best fit for their needs.
There are 3 PC builds created by top PC DIY modders around the world running; Racing Spacecraft, Jet Pack, and Memory Nexus.
All three PCS and one laptop showcased are outfitted with various Kingston FURY products like DDR5 RAM, Renegade PCIe 4.0 SSD, the latest Impact DDR5 SODIMMs, and small form factor machines covering the needs of mainstream and hardcore gamers.
- Racing Spacecraft – This gaming rig is inspired by the classic spaceship designs from video games and sci-fi movies, while incorporating the Cyberpunk style with a binocular structure. With its extreme speed, Kingston FURY Renegade memory serves as the driving engine for the spacecraft as it navigates through the stars and moons. The Kingston FURY spacecraft, set on a hangar-shaped base with the motherboard and CPU, is ready to take off, leading gamers to conquer their intergalactic escapade.
- Jet Pack – Every second counts when you’re in-game. This PC build takes up a jet pack design in first-person shooting games, with the Kingston FURY Renegade memory placed in the middle as a core drive, and an open frame and matching turbines on the two sides as steel wings. With its high frame rate, the Kingston FURY jetpack brings falcon-like vision accuracy and lightning-fast response rate, breaking through all limits and challenges
- Memory Nexus – Based on the structure of a nexus, often seen in games as a home base related to the primary objective of the game, or the location to regenerate health. The Kingston FURY Beast memory placed in the middle with RGB lighting provides a sense of flowing energy, boosting players to reach their ultimate performance
Provides an in-depth look into Kingston’s engineering process and its strategic alliance with industry partners to ensure seamless platform compatibility and performance.
Kingston FURY debuted its brand new RGB lighting effect for DDR5 memory by elevating a set of new presets of 16 patterns including countdown, fireworks, flames, and rhythm special effects which are all controlled by the Kingston FURY CTRL software. This customization of colors, speeds, and color effects enabled users to match their gaming aesthetics. The new Kingston FURY Beast DDR5 RGB memory is expected to release in the second quarter of this year.
To learn more: kingston.com/gaming