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Wednesday, 27 February 2008 11:12

Patriot announces DDR3 1800MHz kit

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Goes for lower latencies

 

Patriot has announced a new 2GB DDR3 1800 low latency kit as part of its Viper series. This new kit works at 1800MHz with 8-8-8-20 latencies.

As mentioned, specs include 1800MHz clock, 8-8-8-20 latencies, and all this at 1.9V. This kit will use two 1GB modules, and according to the press release it will be ideal for PC gamers who use Intel's P35, X38 or X48 chipsets. This kit supports Intel's Extreme Memory Profile, or shortly XMP, which means that when plugged into Intel's chipset it automatically detects SPD settings.

As a representative of Viper series, this kit is cooled by Patriot's Viper Heat Shields with integrated ACC (Aluminum Copper Composite) technology and it comes with a lifetime warranty.

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