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Friday, 05 September 2008 13:24

Patriot releases new Viper memory kits

Written by Slobodan Simic

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DDR3-2000 at lower latencies

Patriot Memory has released a pair of new 2 and 4GB DDR3-2000 kits that will be a part of its Viper series.

Both of the mentioned kits will work at 2000MHz with 9-9-9-24 latencies at 2.0 Volts. Both kits feature EPP 2.0 support and are cooled by Patriot's aluminum Viper Heat Shield heatsinks. According to Patriot, these kits are perfect for PC gamers and enthusiasts as they are capable of handling high-bandwidth multimedia programs and PC games of today.

As a part of Viper series, they are backed up by a lifetime warranty. DDR3 memory is becoming more and more popular as it's no longer limited to consumers with deeper pockets.

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