Review : Kingston Fury Impact sodimm DDR5 64GB 5600 MT/s CL40


Kit features

Basic features :

You’re going to tell me that this is easy enough, since all you have to do is look at the references advertised by the manufacturer. Yes, but that’s not enough, especially if you want to practice overclocking. In the case of this memory kit, it was purchased in the hope of benefiting from Hynix A-die chips, and we now know that it is equipped with them.

kingston fury impact 5600Mt/s CL40 2x32Gb - étiquette

For example, in the case of our copy of the day, here is the information we already know:

  • Brand: Kingston
  • Model: KF556S40IBK2-64
  • Capacity: 2 x 32 GB
  • Frequency: 5600 Mt/s
  • Timings: 40-40-40-90
  • Voltage : 1.1 volts
  • Revision: ETMH16C2292
Here again we have the information that the kit is equipped with SK Hynix chips with reference ETMH16C2292, so the “H” in ETMH stands for Hynix.

The PCB of our memory kit:

As we specified earlier, we’re on a black PCB. Apart from the SMDs arranged around the memory chips and PMIC, there are no additional elements on the PCB. As for the layers, there’s no information here.

Our kit therefore benefits from a dual rank PCB with Hynix A-die chips. The PMIC is based on an ANPEC APW8502C arranged on both sides of the PCB. An important point to emphasize, as this was a PMIC enabling overclocking at voltages in excess of 1.435 V. But we won’t use it in a closed environment like a laptop.