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According to reports, Kingston FURY Renegade SSD can achieve read/write speeds of up to 7300/7000 MB/s and random speeds of up to 1,000,000 IOPS.

FURY Renegade comes with an optional cooling version, which uses an ultra-thin graphene aluminum heatsink.

“The Kingston FURY Renegade SSD is designed to push the limits of PCIe Gen4 technology to provide users with high-performance storage to complement the unlimited storage of the latest CPUs and GPUs,” said Keith Schimmenti, SSD Business Manager at Kingston. “With optional cooling for With the introduction, users can meet the increasing standards of future gaming platforms in terms of speed and stability.”

Kingston’s FURY Renegade SSD series currently has four versions of 500GB, 1TB, 2TB and 4TB, with a five-year limited warranty and free technical support.

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