Wednesday, April 17th 2019

VIPER GAMING announces Viper Steel Series DDR4 SODIMM Performance Memory

VIPER GAMING, a trademarked brand of PATRIOT and a global leader in performance memory, solid state drives, and flash storage solutions, today announced the release of Viper Steel Series DDR4 SODIMM Performance Memory featuring cutting-edge performance with speeds up to 3000 MHz, available from 8GB to 16GB.

Gamers bring their full tower desktop PC to a LAN party to enjoy a whole week of gaming, staying up late, and honing their gaming performance. However, they dread moving that large tower to and from the event. Gamers attend LAN events because they are a great way to socialize and strive to strike a balance between gaming, performance, and portability. Many gamers have been pushed to adopt a high-performance ITX desktop or gaming laptop instead of a clumsy full tower PC while sacrificing the performance they need.
Viper Gaming has addressed this critical deficiency by developing a line of SODIMM memory modules which can deliver desktop power to the gaming laptop and small form-factor PC. Viper Steel series SODIMM aims to provide unparalleled performance for laptops and small form-factor PCs without sacrificing any reliability under any system load. Viper Steel SODIMM memory modules are hand tested and validated for the broadest compatibility across the latest Intel and AMD platforms.

"The use of gaming laptops is on the rise due to their portability and performance." Said Roger Shinmoto, the Vice President of Viper Gaming. "Due to the unique constraints of mobile hardware, it is important to maximize performance wherever you can and is why we created this new series of memory especially for hardcore gamers who use a laptop or ITX desktop" he explained. Viper Steel series DDR4 SODIMM modules built with best-quality components and affixed to a ten-layer PCB to guarantee outstanding signal integrity for ultra-stability. Thermal performance in a gaming laptop memory module is a severe problem to solve due to the space inside a laptop. Given this, the materials used in the module are designed to withstand higher temperatures to ensure that system performance is not compromised. In addition, ICs featured on the modules have gone through a proprietary sorting process to sustain strict quality standards and higher reliability in fierce thermal conditions.
Viper Steel series DDR4 SODIMM is entirely compatible with Intel latest XMP 2.0 specifications and allow users to easily set their memory speed and timings to get the highest possible performance and stability in a gaming laptop. It makes performance adjustments simple and easy, even for a novice gamer without experience in overclocking. Viper Steel series DDR4 SODIMM is designed to provide unparalleled performance and ultra-stability in harsh computer environments such as gaming laptops, ITX gaming desktops, and other small form factor PCs and guarantees the irreplaceable reliability and the instant plug-and-play performance.

Backed by a limited lifetime warranty, Viper steel series DDR4 SODIMM is available from 8GB and 16GB single channel with speeds offered between 2400 MHz up to 3000 MHz. All Viper Steel Series modules are compatible with Intel XMP 2.0 and are designed for gamers who want to tweak the performance of their laptop and ITX desktop to the limit.
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4 Comments on VIPER GAMING announces Viper Steel Series DDR4 SODIMM Performance Memory

#1
lynx29
I have to say I am impressed by Patriot here lately, they currently have a 2x8gb 16gb set of ddr4 desktop at cas 19-19-19 4400 for $189 shipped... I am seriously considering it.
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jmcslob
lynx29, post: 4032444, member: 153071"
I have to say I am impressed by Patriot here lately, they currently have a 2x8gb 16gb set of ddr4 desktop at cas 19-19-19 4400 for $189 shipped... I am seriously considering it.
They've had some seriously good SSD's of late as well.... I have a Scorch, burst and an Ignite... Great game drives. Great 4k
If I had need i'd probably buy these.
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#3
silentbogo
Haven't heard that name in many years... I think my last Viper kit was a bad-ass 2x1GB DDR2-1066 from many moons ago, which was perfect for benching at the time.
With big-ass heatsinks it was able to push over 1200MHz at relatively low voltages. Big, green and mean ))
I know they never stopped making enthusiast RAM, but they weren't as relevant in the past years (especially with G.Skill running the one-pony race since Haswell).

jmcslob, post: 4032458, member: 67555"
They've had some seriously good SSD's of late as well.... I have a Scorch, burst and an Ignite... Great game drives. Great 4k
+1. For me Patriot Burst is basically a no-brainer choice for customer upgrades. I think it's still cheaper than an equivalent QLC (at least until WD/Toshiba release the new BiCS lineup).
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flmatter
I just installed Patriot Viper nvme m.2 drive 512gb and 32gb ddr4 Viper Elite 2666 ram in my new system. Very happy with it. No issues on installation and xmp profiles loaded up fine, rocked it right out of box.
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