We stopped by the Kingston and Hyper X suites later Friday, and on display was some new RGB RAM from the Fury line (Beast and Renegade) that reaches speeds up to DDR5-7200 (mentioned that they overclock to DDR5-8000). They also mentioned another new RAM series, named “Impact”, which we’ll see shortly. A first for Kingston is IronKey Vault Privacy 50C USB Type-C hardware encrypted USB drives. The new drives support FIPS 197 Certified & XTS-AES 256-bit hardware encryption along with a multi-password option or a numeric pin.
Several M.2-based storage modules were also shown, but these were designed for purpose-built machines like POS or signage (not cars currently, but coming in the future).
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Joe Shields (Earthdog)