Friday, September 5th 2008

Patriot Releases 4GB DDR3 PC3-16000 Low-Latency Viper Series Memory Kits

Patriot Memory, a global provider of premium quality memory module and flash memory solutions, today unveiled their 4GB DDR3 2000MHz low latency Viper series memory kit. The newest addition to Patriot's Viper series, the 2000MHz kit boasts both high-density and high-frequency, enhancing overclocking capabilities for gamers and PC enthusiasts alike on today's latest DDR3 platforms.


"Patriot's DDR3 2000MHz memory kits are perfect for PC gamers and enthusiasts," said Les Henry, Technical Director of Patriot Memory. "Capable of handling the demands that high-bandwidth multimedia programs and PC games require, the 4GB PC3-16000 2000MHz memory has the perfect combination of density and speed to push systems beyond what is currently imaginable."

Patriot's DDR3 PC3-16000 2000MHz Viper Series modules also feature EPP2.0 (Enhanced Performance Profiles) which will boot at the rated specifications on the NVIDIA 790i Ultra SLI MCP's. EPP2.0 eliminates the need for any manual configuration, allowing uncomplicated overclocking capabilities for consumers looking to maximize the performance of their systems.

Rated timings at 9-9-9-24 at 2.0V, Patriot's DDR3 PC3-16000 2000MHz Viper Series are available in 4GB and 2GB kits.

PRODUCT INFO: DDR3 PC3-16000 Low Latency NVIDIA Based Viper SeriesSource: Patriot
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9 Comments on Patriot Releases 4GB DDR3 PC3-16000 Low-Latency Viper Series Memory Kits

#1
InnocentCriminal
Resident Grammar Amender
These would go well with a DFI UT X48 or a similar schemed board.
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truehighroller1
by: InnocentCriminal
These would go well with a DFI UT X48 or a similar schemed board.
Yah but at 2.0v,, that is kind of high for ddr3 is it not?
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InnocentCriminal
Resident Grammar Amender
Bloody is!

DDR3 for me is all about the timings and most importantly the voltage, which is what, 1.5volts? That's what I want!
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Fitseries3
Eleet Hardware Junkie
thats NOT low latency.
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#5
KBD
by: fitseries3
thats NOT low latency.
amen, brother. 2000Mhz cas9 is no diffrent than any other module on the market today.


i also agree that 2.0v is somewhat high, similarly speced RAM runs at 1.8-1.9v

All in all i don't see what the fuss is all about.


BTW, what's the deal with SLI-ready Nvidia RAM, is this similar to what Corsair and the green team did with DDR2 with EPP?
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#6
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
just makes it work better in a Nvidia Sli board as stated above. Reads the Jedec or SPD timings automatically with no work needing to be done by the user.

I said the same thing about DDR2 which needed like 1.8v or whatever it was. All the kits were at 1.9 to 2.1v. If the shit is rated for 1.5V they need to figure out how to get 2.0ghz on memory at 1.5v not 2.0v.
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InnocentCriminal
Resident Grammar Amender
by: WarEagleAU
I said the same thing about DDR2 which needed like 1.8v or whatever it was. All the kits were at 1.9 to 2.1v. If the shit is rated for 1.5V they need to figure out how to get 2.0ghz on memory at 1.5v not 2.0v.
Exactly!
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Wile E
Power User
by: WarEagleAU
just makes it work better in a Nvidia Sli board as stated above. Reads the Jedec or SPD timings automatically with no work needing to be done by the user.

I said the same thing about DDR2 which needed like 1.8v or whatever it was. All the kits were at 1.9 to 2.1v. If the shit is rated for 1.5V they need to figure out how to get 2.0ghz on memory at 1.5v not 2.0v.
It's rated at 1.5V for 1066 or 1333Mhz.

by: fitseries3
thats NOT low latency.
Maybe not for 1GB sticks, but it is for 2GB sticks at 2000Mhz.
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#9
REVHEAD
Guys it runs at higher volts because its 2 gig stics the more modules need mor volts, same goes for 1gb vrs 2gb ddr2 ram higher volts, the 1 gig versions are 1.9 volts, 2 gig versions are 2.0 volts. Run the ram at the rated speed 1066 or 1333 apeed for the said low volts you guys are talking about. You will never ever get ddr3 to run above 1600mhz with anything less than 1.9 volts period.
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