Friday, November 30th 2018

Patriot Launches Viper Steel DDR4 16GB 4400MHz Extreme Performance Memory

PATRIOT , a global leader in performance memory, SSDs, gaming peripherals, and flash storage solutions, has announced the release of their fastest kit ever of DDR4 memory today, VIPER STEEL SERIES DDR4 16GB (2x 8 GB) 4400 MHz. Built for the latest Intel and AMD platforms, the VIPER STEEL SERIES provides extreme performance and stability for the most demanding computer environments. The VIPER STEEL SERIES DDR4 memory kit brings Intel XMP 2.0 performance to new heights and is able to achieve up to 4400 MHz with a simple setting on supporting Intel's latest processors and motherboards.

The VIPER STEEL SERIES utilizes a custom designed high-performance aluminum heatshield for providing optimal heat dissipation when overclocking and foregoing high-performance tasks. These hand-tested memory modules feature the highest quality memory chips and are running performance timings of CL19-19-19-39 at 1.45 V. VIPER STEEL SERIES DDR4 4400 MHz is optimized for PC enthusiasts, overclockers, or those who want to push their system's performance to the limit through the use of extremely fast components.
VIPER STEEL SERIES offers hardcore overclockers and budget-gamers a wide range of speeds and options as well as an outstanding performance from 3000 MHz up to the highest, 4400 MHz. The VIPER STEEL SERIES DDR4 is backed by a limited lifetime warranty and global technical support. Lead the way to extreme DDR4 performance with VIPER STEEL.
Available from December 2018. For more information, visit the product page.
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7 Comments on Patriot Launches Viper Steel DDR4 16GB 4400MHz Extreme Performance Memory

#1
lynx29
wow very nice speed and timings... hopefully the price is good when intel 10nm hits winter 2019 - i would love to do some crazy fast ram like this in my ultimate build.
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#2
kastriot
Extreme performance for extreme sum on money.
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#3
Sabishii Hito
No RGB and appear to use the A1 PCB layout, these could be very interesting for memory bench fiends like myself.
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#4
bonehead123
WTH,,,,,,

no RGB, how dare they, what a bunch of no-good, barf-eatin, fart-smellin scallywags they are :D
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eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
They should release a series called F-16
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#6
Enterprise24
RGB RAM is enemy for overclockers. PCB and circuit design for RGB are interrupt signal which is extremely important for mem OC.
That is why no one buy RGB kit for competitive overclocking especially for 4000+ 12-11-11-28-1T.
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Sabishii Hito
Enterprise24, post: 3952537, member: 137706"
RGB RAM is enemy for overclockers. PCB and circuit design for RGB are interrupt signal which is extremely important for mem OC.
That is why no one buy RGB kit for competitive overclocking especially for 4000+ 12-11-11-28-1T.
Turns out that the RGB RAM can do 4KC12+ but you have to have a board that can handle A2 PCB like X299 OC Formula. Some guys found a trick on the older Z170M OC Formula where you enable XMP and then set your timings and volts for extreme OC.
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