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Friday, 10 April 2009 13:43

Patriot announces its 12GB Core i7 Viper kits

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Tight latencies at 1333MHz

Patriot has decided to announce two new 12GB DDR3 kits designed for Intel's Core i7/X58 platform. The new 12GB Viper kits both work at 1333MHz and support Intel's XMP.

Both kits come with a total of six 2GB modules and are cooled by Patriot's Viper Heat Shields with ACC (Aluminum Copper Composite) technology. The only difference between two new kits is the latency, as the first one is called low latency kit and works at 1333MHz with 7-7-7-20 latencies while the second one is called enhanced latency kit and works at 1333MHz with 9-9-9-24 latencies.

As we are talking about Intel Core i7 kits, both of them run at 1.65Volts, and both are cooled by blue Viper heatsinks.

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