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Monday, 08 September 2008 23:19

Patriot releases even more Viper kits

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Three new Vipers

Just a few days after the release of the new DDR3-2000 Viper kit, Patriot Memory has announced three more, this time in its DDR2 lineup. These new modules consist of the 4GB PC2-8000, the Nvidia certified 4GB PC2-7200 and the plain 4GB PC2-7200 kits.

The fastest kit works at 1,000MHz with latencies of 5-5-5-12. The other two are rated at 900MHz with latencies set at 4-5-4-12. The only difference between the two working at 900MHz is the color of the aluminum heatsinks, and the Nvidia certification for the Nvidia 680i and 780i chipsets which you get if you choose the green colored ones.

All three are cooled by Patriot's Viper Heat Shields with integrated ACC (Aluminum Copper Composite) technology, and as a part of Patriot's Viper series, all three are backed by a lifetime warranty.

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