One of the main components of an enthusiast class PC or gaming rig for those who like to overclock is the memory. RAM has to be stable and have the potential to operate at high speeds for an enthusiast to be happy.
Patriot has announced what it claims to be the world's fastest DDR3 memory called the Viper II Series Sector 5 Edition. The RAM operates at 2500MHz on Intel P55 platforms. The memory modules used on the Ram passes through a screening process before being selected.
At the high operating frequency, the RAM is able to operate with timings of 9-11-9-27. The heat spreader used on the RAM is aluminum. Patriot is offering the new RAM in three 4GB kits with a pair of 2GB modules. The 2500 MHz kit mentioned and a 2400MHz kit with the same timings will be offered along with a 2133MHz kit with 9-9-9-27 timings.
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