Deal of the day: Kingston Fury Renegade 1TB SSD drops to £91

Excellence and value in equal measure.

Kingston Fury Renegade 1TB SSD

Kingston Fury Renegade 1TB

“Dominate with cutting-edge Gen 4×4 intense speeds up to 7,300/7,000MB/s read/write and up to 1,000,000 IOPS performance.”

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Club386 thoroughly recommends budgeting for a decent SSD for your next upgrade or within a new build. The buttery-smooth feeling of loading applications and games at electric speeds is hard to understate. Not all SSDs are equal, though, and some are manifestly better than others.

Occupying a premier position in the enthusiast world is the Kingston Fury Renegade, which is a tuned version of the impressive KC3000 reviewed last year. KC3000 and Fury Renegade are similar beasts. Both use an 8-channel Phison E18 controller paired with 176-layer TLC NAND from Micron.

This intrinsic power leads to sequential read and write speeds of 7,300MB/s and 7,000MB/s, respectively. Arguably more impressive is the 1,000,000 (that’s a million) IOPS from the latest PCIe 4.0 x4 controller. Few drives are faster. Fancy upgrading your PS5 with more storage? Fury Renegade fits that bill, too.

Showing as 58 per cent off, Kingston Fury Renegade 1TB is now at its lowest price on Amazon, at just £91.50. Be kind to your PC and give it some super-fast storage.