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Wednesday, 18 June 2008 13:50

Patriot announces new green EPP 2.0 kits

Written by Slobodan Simic

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All about Nvidia

Patriot Memory has launched the newest addition to its DDR3 memory lineup. The new Nvidia nForce loving kits will be a part of Patriot's Viper series, and this time heatspreaders will be painted in Nvidia green.

The new Viper kits will feature EPP2.0 support and will be available as either 1 or 2GB single modules or as 2 and 4GB kits. The speeds will range from 1333MHz all the way up to 2000MHz. The black painted PCB is a nice touch and it looks good when contrasted with the green on the aluminum Viper heatspreader.

According to the press release, overclocking is a piece of cake, as EPP2.0 kicks in and tunes up these modules when paired up with an Nvidia nForce chipset.

Like the rest of Patriot's Viper lineup these modules will also be backed by a lifetime warranty.

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