With the trend of RGB LEDs shimmering all the way out of the battle machine computer, an important component like an SSD is also impossible to escape from this flickering wing. Of course, gamers can 'hide' us behind but when we want to show off our PC's 'heartiness', we definitely should buy one.
And in the present time the Kingston HyperX Fury RGB is the perfect choice, especially the 480GB capacity will be enough for many gaming needs. We can install both the operating system and the favorite games here to experience the highest speed. Of course, large installation files should still be included in traditional HDD.
"Beat the 480GB" HyperX Fury RGB box with many accessories inside, but most notably the RGB LED connector only.
The appearance of this 480GB HyperX Fury RGB is very beautiful, it is not necessary to light the lamp. Simply by cutting the HyperX line with the area of LED lights is very beautiful, redesigned bold gaming.
An interesting point is that the weight of HyperX Fury RGB is very heavy compared to many other 2.5-inch SSDs on the market.
Connection with SATA 3 and an additional micro USB port for connection to control RGB LEDs.
The edges still have holes to catch like normal, well finished look very sturdy.
Note that the Micro USB port on HyperX Fury RGB only has the function of sync the RGB LED with the mainboard, unable to transmit data.
This HyperX Fury RGB SSD is very nice when it lights up, depending on the mainboard, you can show many different effects from changing colors to matching waves … Especially if you turn off the lights The room is even more beautiful.
The most important point of an SSD is still speed, and below is when plugging HyperX Fury RGB 480GB into the machine and testing:
This SSD will receive 447 GB for use on Windows 10.
Speed of 480GB HyperX Fury RGB.
The speed of HyperX Fury RGB 480GB is very fast when compared to many other 2.5-inch SATA SSDs. I must say it's much more impressive than the 240GB version I've tested before. Not only is the speed of reading and writing sequentially faster, but also the read and write speed are also different, that is, the great big file copy that loads the game is also dizzy, so it is worth more!
Currently, the 480GB HyperX Fury RGB is priced at about 3.7 million in Vietnam, but not as fast as the NVMe standard SSDs, but it looks very nice when attached to a PC. With this expense you will have to consider 'form' and 'speed'. Basically, SSDs are twice as fast, the experience is not so much different, unless you have a "super speed" need to remove this product.