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Patriot Memory Releases New DDR3 1600 Triple-Channel Kits

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Dec 4, 2008.

  1. btarunr

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    Patriot Memory, a global provider of premium quality memory module and flash memory solutions, released their DDR3 1600MHz Viper Series Tri-Channel memory kits designed for the recently released Intel Core i7 processors and X58 Express Chipset. Available in 3GB and 6GB* kits, these new memory kits deliver exceptional bandwidth and latencies needed for today's PC applications.

    "Optimized for Intel's new Core i7 processors and X58 Express Chipset, Patriot's DDR3 1600MHz Viper Series Low Latency Tri-Channel memory kits unleash a channel for unsurpassed memory bandwidth, virtually eliminating any bottlenecks between the CPU and memory," says Les Henry, Technical Director for Patriot Memory.

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    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 Patriot Memory.

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    *Note: Only PVT36G1600LLK is certified by Intel.
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    I really like these heat spreaders and the blue color. Does anyone know if AMD will use triple channel memory when it goes DDR3?
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    I also like the blue colour, however I'd like to see the same RAM modules in different colours so that the consumer has a choice. That's be pretty awesome. I haven't read anything about triple or even quad channel as of yet. I don't see why they wouldn't to be honest. Last thing I read was this AnandTech article.

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