Thursday, November 4th 2010

Patriot Memory Extends Viper Xtreme Series of High-Performance DDR3 Modules

Patriot Memory, a global pioneer in high-performance memory, NAND flash, storage and enthusiast computer products, today expanded the product lineup of their recently announced Viper Xtreme Series of DDR3 memory solutions. New Sector 7 (tri-channel) kits are available in 12GB and 6GB capacities with speeds of 2000MHz and 1600MHz. New Sector 5 (dual-channel) kits are available in 8GB and 4GB capacities with 1600MHz speed. The Viper Xtreme Series of products utilize a custom developed aluminum and copper heat shield to achieve improved cooling and stability.

Patriot Viper Xtreme Series modules have a custom designed heatshield with a hefty copper insert (6 grams) across the DRAM chips and a slim profile extruded anodized aluminum outer piece. This unique design offers enhanced thermal performance in heat dissipation over aluminum based heatshields. Viper Xtreme modules pass a thorough qualification and screening process on multiple high-performance motherboards to ensure performance and reliability for overclocking. These modules are targeted and designed specifically for performance enthusiasts and overclockers looking for an edge in benchmark efforts and to push the boundaries of computing performance.

“Today we introduce new speeds and capacities to our flagship heatshield design”, says Les Henry, Patriot’s VP of Engineering. “Now enthusiasts using either the Intel P55 or X58 platforms have a variety of options in terms of capacity and speeds with our new high performance heatshield design. Our Viper Xtreme Series showcases our expertise in developing and delivering performance solutions for the enthusiast market.”

For more information on the Patriot Xtreme Series of DDR3 modules. please visit the product page.
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2 Comments on Patriot Memory Extends Viper Xtreme Series of High-Performance DDR3 Modules

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omg 6g of cooper omg
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That 6GB - 2GHz kitt looks veeeery interesting. I wonder how much it costs?:ohwell: