Monday, November 24th 2008

Patriot Memory Releases Intel XMP-certified DDR3 Memory for Core i7 Platforms

Patriot Memory, a global provider of premium quality memory module and flash memory solutions, announced their DDR3 3GB and 6GB Viper Series Tri-Channel memory kits are certified for use with Intel Core i7 processor-based systems. Intel has certified five Patriot Memory Viper Series Tri-Channel kits for use on various motherboards from Asus, Intel, MSI and Gigabyte, the most of any current memory manufacturer.

Intel Core i7 brings unprecedented system performance gains over previous Intel architectures. Viper Series Tri-Channel memory kits ship with Extreme Memory Profiles (XMP) that allow for easy, uncomplicated over-clocking for optimum system performance. "Viper Series Tri-Channel memory support of the new Core i7 processor is only possible by working closely with Intel," says Les Henry, Technical Director for Patriot Memory. Mr. Henry further stated, "The large number of skus and platforms these kits are certified on exemplifies Patriot's strong R&D and our dedication to the enthusiast market."

High performance XMP memory kits from Patriot Memory, combined with the Intel X58 Express Chipset and the Intel Core i7 processor, delivers extraordinary levels of performance to PC enthusiasts worldwide," said, Steve R. Peterson, Intel's Director of Chipset & Graphics Marketing. "Together, we help deliver the worlds fastest client PCs… it is a great time to be a videophile or gamer."

For more information on Patriot's Extreme Performance DDR3 Viper Series Tri-Channel memory kits and other memory module and flash memory solutions, please contact your Patriot Sales Representative or visit the Patriot Memory website.
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2 Comments on Patriot Memory Releases Intel XMP-certified DDR3 Memory for Core i7 Platforms

#1
BOSE
This is honestly old news. Few places, like Microcenter, a retail store, already has it for sale.
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Hayder_Master
now first tri channel hit 1600 fsb , that's cool
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