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Patriot Bundles Selected DDR2 and DDR3 Viper Memory Kits with 3DMark Vantage Software


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Patriot Memory, a global provider of premium quality memory modules and flash memory solutions, has decided to add some color to its Viper memory kits by bundling them with Futuremark's 3DMark Vantage benchmarking software. The bundle offers selected Patriot high-performance DDR2 and DDR3 Viper series gaming memory kits with the Advanced Edition of Vantage and even better, the software comes preloaded on a Patriot 2GB Xporter Razzo USB flash which is also included in the bundle. The product bundles are listed below:
  • PVS32G2000LLKNB - DDR3 2GB 2000MHz Low Latency (9-9-9-24) with NVIDIA EPP 2.0 support
  • PVS32G1800LLKNB - DDR3 2GB 1800MHz Low Latency (8-8-8-20) with NVIDIA EPP 2.0 support
  • PVS34G1333LLKB - DDR3 4GB 1333MHz Low Latency (7-7-7-20)
  • PVS24G8500ELKNB - DDR2 4GB 1066MHz Enhanced Latency (5-5-5-15) with NVIDIA EPP support
  • PVS24G6400LLKNB - DDR2 4GB 800MHz Low Latency (4-4-4-12) with NVIDIA EPP support
Source: Patriot Memory

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Patriot is disparate to sell their RAM, thats terrible.
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Hmm. big gimmick, but Patriot doesn't need a gimmick its RAM is great. I used them in my AMD build and they were solid for 4 years straight at 2.35V. I now have OCZ's but that is because of price. :toast: Here's to prosperous times for patriot. :laugh: