If you ask me about the word fury, a few things come to mind. First is Colonel Nicholas Joseph Fury, better known as Nick Fury, the former director of the Supreme Headquarters International Espionage Law-enforcement Division, or S.H.I.E.L.D. for short. Of course, most of you probably just think he is still the director, but in fact this is not so, and I will let Marvel tell you the actual details of what happened. Anyways, when I think of Nick Fury, I see a controlled and prepared person. Unlike his last name, he does not seem to lash out; but rather keeps it in check. In fact, in the Original Sin Vol. 1 #5, he describes himself as an “invisible monster who keeps the other monsters at bay”. Nick Fury does not generally show much for his super powers in the Marvel movies, but he definitely has powers, such as being immortal, as well as having mastered the art of Tae Kwon Do and Jiu-Jitsu. He is quite a bit more brains than brawn, but he still has the ability to pack a good punch. Conversely, the other thing I think of is the literal meaning of fury, a wild or violent anger. Rather than the comic book character, it is a great descriptor for intensity, a storm, or an outrage. In essence, we can see Nick Fury and the meaning of fury is at opposite ends. While one is able to hold together, the other is completely out of control. And that brings me to the Kingston HyperX Fury. When Kingston first announced this DDR3 RAM line, aimed at budget users, I could only imagine how they even came up with a name like “fury” to describe their product. Is this an unruly product Kingston provided for us users, or is it a bit more manageable? Read on to find out!