HyperX FURY RGB Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅28-11-18
Packaging, Bundle & Closer Look
Perhaps a little strange given the dark nature of the SSD, the box it arrives in is bright white and red with an image of the SSD on the front. Not a great deal of information is on the front, including capacity.

The rear shows the capacity of the drive as well as some images of the drive lit in different colours.

Included with the SSD is a welcome note and quick start guide, Acronis True Image disk transfer software, a small HyperX sticker and the RGB cable which can be daisy-chained to more than one disk or other RGB devices.

The front of the SSD is aggressive and almost like something from the military. The perforated metal sections help to diffuse the lighting but also improve its appearance when switched off.

The reverse side is pretty boring with the usual 4 drive mounts and a product label.

Thanks to the RGB lighting, we get a 3rd connection on the end of the drive, alongside the typical SATA power and data. This Micro-USB connects to the 4-pin RGB connection on your motherboard, or if left unpopulated, the drive will boot up in a static red.

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