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Alienware Aurora Ryzen Edition Desktops will have HyperX FURY DDR4 memory

What you need to know

  • Alienware Aurora Ryzen Edition Desktops will have HyperX FURY DDR4 memory.
  • HyperX memory will support system builds up to 64GB.
  • HyperX and Alienware will showcase the tech at DreamHack Atlanta 2019.

HyperX announced today that its HyperX FURY DDR4 memory will be in Alienware Aurora Ryzen Edition Desktops. The memory from HyperX will support system builds up to 64GB with factory optimized module configurations.

The product details section of the Alienware Aurora Ryzen Edition Desktop (opens in new tab) outlines the overclocking capabilities that the HyperX FURY memory enables,

Your system delivers unwavering overclocking capabilities automatically thanks to HyperX FURY XMP DDR4 memory. HyperX memory modules are tested at speeds to ensure they are free from manufacturing and material defects, and preset timings, included on the memory modules, enable the highest performance possible on your system.

Mark Leathem, general manager, HyperX expressed the company's excited about the partnership, "HyperX is excited to be the memory partner for Aurora gaming desktops, HyperX works closely with Alienware to create best of class products for gamers." Leathem also added, "HyperX FURY works seamlessly with the new Aurora Ryzen gaming desktops to offer high-performance memory engineered for PC gamers."

HyperX and Alienware will showcase the combination of technologies at DreamHack Atlanta 2019. There, people can try out Alienware PCs configured with AMD Ryzen processors and HyperX memory. People at the event will also have the chance to win an Alienware Aurora Ryzen Desktop.

Sean Endicott
Sean Endicott

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