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VIPER GAMING Launches VIPER ELITE II Performance DDR4 Memory

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VIPER, a trademarked gaming brand of PATRIOT and a global leader in performance memory, solid-state drives and flash storage solutions, today is proud to announce the market launch of their VIPER ELITE II DDR4 PERFORMANCE MEMORY. The VIPER ELITE II inherits its successful design from the award-winning ELITE PERFORMANCE MEMORY series and continues to deliver unparalleled stability and overclocking potential to hardware enthusiasts and hardcore gamers. It is customized for the PC builder looking for an RGB-free performance-centric memory solution with a wide range of speeds and capacities.

"The VIPER ELITE II is a sensible upgrade to our popular and award-winning VIPER ELITE series, and with it, we take everything back to the basics and essentials to how an excellent DRAM module should be built. For the VIPER ELITE II, we have focused on speed, capacity, and stability," said Roger Shinmoto, the Vice President of VIPER. "These memory kits offer many options for gamers or content creators who are looking to escalate their system performance to the next level and still maintain a stealthy look inside their PCs."



The VIPER ELITE II features a clean and stealthy new heat spreader design to showcase the VIPER brand elements. A military-grade aluminium heatshield wraps up the module to provide outstanding thermal performance and maintain system stability under the heaviest of loads. In addition, each module is built from a 10-layer PCB using only the highest quality hand-tested memory chips and components to ensure that each module meets VIPER's strict quality standards for excellent stability and reliability.

The VIPER ELITE II fully supports XMP 2.0 for profile-based automatic overclocking and is validated against the latest Intel and AMD motherboard platforms for compatibility. Backed by a limited lifetime warranty, the VIPER ELITE II is now available in selected global retailers in both single module and dual kits with frequencies of 2666 MHz/3200 MHz /3600 MHz/4000 MHz and module densities of 4 GB/8 GB/16 GB/32 GB, offering a maximum kit capacity of 64 GB (2x32 GB).

FEATURES:
  • Product line: VIPER ELITE II
  • Edition: Red heatshield with black VIPER signatures
  • aluminium heat spreader with the unique and specific design element
  • Feature Overclock: XMP 2.0 support for automatic overclocking
  • Compatibility: Tested across the latest Intel/AMD platforms for reliably fast performance
  • Limited lifetime warranty

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If these are anything like the Viper Steel, it should be decent RAM for the money.
 
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This black n red colorway would look good with a white LED bar that has a retro green glow in the dark coating and does a bit of light strobing and dimming. That green glow in the dark would tie in nice with the Viper theme.
 
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OH GOD the XMP on these is atrocious (I've looked). Really dig the design tho...
Not sure if super loose XMP timings are an indicator of anything but it didn't have to be this way :cry:
I mean... 3200 18-22-22, 3600 20-26-26, 4000 20-26-26 (ok this one's remotely sensible)... did Mushkin bite you or something? :D
 
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OH GOD the XMP on these is atrocious (I've looked). Really dig the design tho...
Not sure if super loose XMP timings are an indicator of anything but it didn't have to be this way :cry:
I mean... 3200 18-22-22, 3600 20-26-26, 4000 20-26-26 (ok this one's remotely sensible)... did Mushkin bite you or something? :D
Ah, wow, then I guess I was way off, that's really some budget timings.
Stick to the Viper Steel.
 
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Well how dare they release something (anything) withOUT R/friggin/G/friggin/B/friggin lite 'em ups all over it...

They will surely burn in hell now, since all the prickly little multi-colored fairy goblins will boycott this line of products, hehehehe


Excited Ric Flair GIF
 
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