Wednesday, May 1st 2019

Patriot Launches New Signature Premium DDR4 Memory

PATRIOT , a global leader in performance memory, SSDs, gaming peripherals, and flash storage solutions, today has announced the release of their latest Signature Premium series line of DDR4 UDIMM memory, which are Non-ECC unbuffered memory designed to deliver outstanding quality, rock solid stability and great performance expected by today's mainstream PC builder.

Signature Premium DDR4 memory provides a wide range of capacities allowing the builder to choose from a variety of speeds and capacities starting with 4GB single modules up to 32GB dual channel kits. The minimalist heat spreader design offers great heat dissipation and is made from high-purity aluminum. Signature Premium DDR4 series modules offer reliability to those who upgrade or build systems for work or business and are cost effective too.
"We are thrilled to introduce this exciting new line to the mainstream PC users and integrators" said Roger Shinmoto, Vice President at Patriot. "The Signature Premium DDR4 UDIMM memory with heatshield product line is offering what consumers need most: a great looking DRAM backed by solid performance and a good price."

Signature Premium DDR4 series modules are built from an eight-layer PCB to guarantee excellent signal integrity for stability while also offering the extra potential for increased performance diversity across any of the Signature Premium DRAM modules. The components used all undergo a proprietary sorting process to preserve strict quality standards and higher reliability on the latest Intel and AMD platform motherboards.

Easy assembly and higher reliability are significant features for retailers and system integrator who are looking to reduce build costs. Signature Premium DDR4 series modules have been built to ensure that every module meets and exceeds industry standards to offer a hassle-free plug-and-play and a fully compatible memory upgrade. Backed by a limited lifetime warranty and free customer service, Patriot's Signature Premium DDR4 memory modules would be the perfect option for any PC system build or upgrade for faster performance.

The Signature Premium DDR4 UIMM with Heatshield series product line overview and MSRP:
For more information, visit the product page.
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15 Comments on Patriot Launches New Signature Premium DDR4 Memory

#1
Object55
I fail to see what's exactly premium about these
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#2
dinmaster
Object55 said:
I fail to see what's exactly premium about these
the price, they have to come up with some kind of gimmick to keep prices from dropping
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#3
R0H1T
Yup, it's all about the $ always :D
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#4
Caring1
Object55 said:
I fail to see what's exactly premium about these
Free customer service :laugh:
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#5
kastriot
They would be premium for half of price :)
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#6
W1zzard
I saw "premium" and started to look for the 3200 MHz offers near the middle of the list t.t
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#7
Bwaze
The minimalist heat spreader design offers great heat dissipation and is made from high-purity aluminum.
Wow, an extra aluminium purification step must have costed a lot since these are virtually the same modules available for 5 years now...
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#8
bonehead123
Whut, how dare they make something WITHOUT any r.FRIGGIN.g.FRIGGIN.b. gazillion colored light 'em ups o_O :eek: :laugh:

Seriously, a dimm is a dimm is a dimm, yes ?
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#9
vega22
Nice, I wish more did RGB less stuff.

Anyone going to guess what ic they use?
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#10
dj-electric
bonehead123 said:
Whut, how dare they make something WITHOUT any r.FRIGGIN.g.FRIGGIN.b. gazillion colored light 'em ups o_O :eek: :laugh:

Seriously, a dimm is a dimm is a dimm, yes ?
What's up with the hysterical over-exaggeration of broken English in every single one of your (usually wrong) comments dude?

Also, Patriot is now actually offering some of the cheapest 2400-3000 kits on amazon. They are actually breaking the sub 75$ category with their B-die based Viper 3000Mhz kit. Good stuff.
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#11
yakk
W1zzard said:
I saw "premium" and started to look for the 3200 MHz offers near the middle of the list t.t
Same here...

I guess it reads better than:

"Stable Minimum Rated Speed DDR4 Memory"

to their marketing department.
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#12
bonehead123
dj-electric said:
What's up with the hysterical over-exaggeration of broken English in every single one of your (usually wrong) comments dude
It's called sarcasm DUDE, sorry it doesn't translate well online sometimes..

I use broken speech cause I am a broken person, but IIRC, that doesn't mean I am not allowed to express my thoughts on any particular subject now & again..

I also do it because.....I can, according to that thing known as the 1st amendment.

And, if you don't mind, please send me a picture of your badge which identifies you as a member of the forum language police force...

Sorry I did not realize that was thing here.....

And before you object again, everything I just wrote was...yep....you got it....moar sarcasm !
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#13
RealNeil
W1zzard said:
I saw "premium" and started to look for the 3200 MHz offers near the middle of the list t.t
Same here,....didn't find them though.
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#14
Vayra86
16GB for 52,99 is quite a low premium if you ask me!
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#15
RealNeil
My last RAM purchases were two of these 4133MHz. kits for my 9900K build.

I've had a lot of good luck with Patriot RAM in the past, but these signature premium 2400MHz. speed sticks just don't do it for me.

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