HyperX is an Ecosystem Partner of AMD Ryzen Processors

If you bought a new desktop with AMD Ryzen processors, you may want to upgrade your memory to get the most out of it.

It’s been two years since HyperX added AMD Ryzen support to our growing family of memory solutions. Since then we’ve continued to improve how our industry-leading RAM performs inside your Ryzen-powered rig. Many of our Fury and Predator ranges of DDR4 memory modules will work straight out of the box with Ryzen platforms, making the most of your fresh and powerful motherboard and AMD CPU. Here’s how adding HyperX to your AMD Ryzen ecosystem can be the final touch to get your games running smoother and your Chrome tabs neverending, and which HyperX RAM models to use if you’re planning a new Ryzen rig.

Ryzen-based systems have been benchmarked at higher framerates in many games when paired with faster memory. HyperX’s optimized FURY and Predator DDR4 modules allow for safer and more dependable overclocking performance, allowing you to hit those faster speeds and smooth out your FPS.

Most AMD Ryzen and Threadripper processors are limited to a maximum safe overclock speed of 3200MHz, and by the type of DIMM needed to achieve this speed (Single Rank “1R” versus Dual Rank “2R”) and the number of DIMMs installed per memory channel. If you need a refresher on what that means, check out our Ultimate RAM Guide for Gamers.

In some cases, 2nd generation Ryzen processors and motherboards will slightly improve overclock performance over 1st generation, so be sure to check out later hardware revisions. However even on older generation motherboards, continual refinements to BIOS and motherboard design have enabled better memory support and faster speeds on some models.

HyperX’s memory team has done extensive compatibility testing on AMD Ryzen platforms, and based on our lab testing we have compiled a list of parts we recommend to help you get the most out of your Ryzen-based system. We expect these modules and kits to work at the factory tested and programmed speeds, timings, and voltage, however some system boards may limit memory speed or timings based on the board design and BIOS.

FURY DDR4 2400MHz Black Heat Spreader

  • HX424C15FB/4
  • HX424C15FBK2/8
  • HX424C15FBK4/16
  • HX424C15FB2/8
  • HX424C15FB2K2/16
  • HX424C15FB2K4/32
  • HX424C15FB/16
  • HX424C15FBK2/32
  • HX424C15FBK4/64

FURY DDR4 2400MHz Red Heat Spreader

  • HX424C15FR2/8
  • HX424C15FR2K2/16
  • HX424C15FR2K4/32
  • HX424C15FR/16
  • HX424C15FRK2/32
  • HX424C15FRK4/64

FURY DDR4 2400MHz White Heat Spreader

  • HX424C15FW2/8
  • HX424C15FW2K2/16
  • HX424C15FW2K4/32
  • HX424C15FW/16
  • HX424C15FWK2/32
  • HX424C15FWK4/64

FURY DDR4 2666MHz Timing Change Black Heat Spreader

  • HX426C16FB2/8
  • HX426C16FB2K2/16
  • HX426C16FB2K4/32
  • HX426C16FBK2/32

FURY DDR4 2666MHz Timing Change & Red Heat Spreader

  • HX426C16FR2/8
  • HX426C16FR2K2/16
  • HX426C16FR2K4/32
  • HX426C16FRK2/32

FURY DDR4 2666MHz Timing Change & White Heat Spreader

  • HX426C16FW2/8
  • HX426C16FW2K2/16
  • HX426C16FW2K4/32

FURY DDR4 2933MHz Black Heat Spreader

  • HX429C17FB2/8
  • HX429C17FB2K2/16
  • HX429C17FB2K4/32
  • HX429C17FB/16
  • HX429C17FBK2/32
  • HX429C17FBK4/64

FURY DDR4 2933MHz Red Heat Spreader

  • HX429C17FR2/8
  • HX429C17FR2K2/16
  • HX429C17FR2K4/32
  • HX429C17FR/16
  • HX429C17FRK2/32
  • HX429C17FRK4/64

FURY DDR4 3200MHz Black Heat Spreader

  • HX432C18FB2/8
  • HX432C18FB2K2/16
  • HX432C18FB/16
  • HX432C18FBK2/32

FURY DDR4 3200MHz White Heat Spreader

  • HX432C18FW2/8
  • HX432C18FW2K2/16
  • HX432C18FW/16
  • HX432C18FWK2/32

FURY DDR4 3200MHz Red Heat Spreader

  • HX432C18FR2/8
  • HX432C18FR2K2/16
  • HX432C18FR/16
  • HX432C18FRK2/32

Predator DDR4 2400MHz Black Heat Spreader

  • HX424C12PB3/8
  • HX424C12PB3K2/16
  • HX424C12PB3K2/32
  • HX424C12PB3/16
  • HX424C12PB3K4/32
  • HX424C12PB3K4/64

Predator DDR4 2666MHz Black Heat Spreader

  • HX426C13PB3/8
  • HX426C13PB3K2/16
  • HX426C13PB3K4/32
  • HX426C13PB3/16
  • HX426C13PB3K2/32
  • HX426C13PB3K4/64

Predator DDR4 2933MHz RGB with Black Heat Spreader

  • HX429C15PB3A/8
  • HX429C15PB3AK2/16
  • HX429C15PB3AK4/32

Predator DDR4 3000MHz* Black Heat Spreader

  • HX430C15PB3K2/8
  • HX430C15PB3K4/16
  • HX430C15PB3/8
  • HX430C15PB3K2/16
  • HX430C15PB3K4/32
  • HX430C15PB3/16
  • HX430C15PB3K2/32
  • HX430C15PB3K4/64
  • HX430C15PB3K8/128

Predator DDR4 3200MHz Black Heat Spreader

  • HX432C16PB3K2/8
  • HX432C16PB3K4/16
  • HX432C16PB3K2/16
  • HX432C16PB3K4/32

(*AMD Ryzen clock ratios do not support 3000MHz speeds, so it will be optimized at 2933MHz)

Note: Installing the latest BIOS may resolve initial compatibility or performance issues. FURY Plug N Play DIMMs and Impact “PnP” SODIMMs are designed to operate at factory overclocked speeds using standard DDR4 1.2V out of the box. On most AMD Ryzen™ systems the memory will default to the industry standard (JEDEC) speed and timings. In order to achieve the factory overclock speed, please select memory Profile 1 from within the BIOS to force the factory overclock settings. A second, less demanding memory Profile 2 is also available if Profile 1 is not stable.

If you need more information about DDR4 and how to upgrade your PC’s RAM, check out our other guides to help you get the most out of your gaming system.

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