Patriot releases 4GB DDR3-2000 Viper Kits

"New low latency 2000MHz kits aimed at overclockers and gamers."

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New Viper Kits

Patriot have released their new DDR3-2000 low latency Viper series memory kit. Equipped with Enhanced Performance Profiles (EPP) and the modules are rated at 9-9-9-24 at 2.0V. These kits are geared toward gamers and overclockers looking to expand memory capacity without sacrificing performance. There is also a 2GB (2x1GB) kit available.

Les Henry, Technical Director of Patriot Memory said:

 "Patriot's DDR3 2000MHz memory kits are perfect for PC gamers and enthusiasts,"  "Capable of handling the demands that high-bandwidth multimedia programs and PC games require, the 4GB PC3-16000 2000MHz memory has the perfect combination of density and speed to push systems beyond what is currently imaginable."

 
 
There was no word on pricing at the time of writing this article. You can view the full press release here. You can also discuss in our forums here.
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31-08-2008, 06:55:29

mithrandir
[IMG]http://images.ea.com/games/redalert3/RA3Promo28.jpg[/IMG]

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This Sunday, August 31st, 2008 marks the 13th anniversary of the storied Command & Conquer franchise, which has sold over 25 million copies* to date. And to celebrate Sunday’s milestone and this October’s highly anticipated return to the world of Red Alert with Red Alert 3, EA Los Angeles is giving away one of the original games that started it all, Command & Conquer Red Alert, for FREE.

Starting at 12:00 AM Pacific time on August 31st, C&C fanatics can flock to www.RedAlert3.com to download the original Red Alert free of charge. And because EA is also offering Red Alert 2 for free for those who pre-order Red Alert 3 before October 27th, C&C fans can walk away with Red Alert, Red Alert 2 and Red Alert 3 – all for the price of Red Alert 3 ($49.99 standard edition, $64.99 Premier Edition).

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31-08-2008, 07:31:42

Rastalovich
Reps, classic game, awesome freeness.

03-09-2008, 19:13:43

zzhang
Blast from the past, I wonder if it supports 1920*1200 .... well it's free so might as well, thanks!
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