Patriot Releases DDR3 2000MHz Viper Series Memory Optimized for NVIDIA 790i Chipset

"Extreme speed from Patriot's new DDR3 modules."

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Patriot Releases DDR3 2000MHz Viper Series Memory Optimized for NVIDIA 790i Chipset
 
 
Patriot Memory, today announced the release of their Extreme Performance DDR3 2000MHz PC3-16000 Viper Series low latency memory modules. Engineered to deliver maximum overclocking capabilities on the recently launched NVIDIA nForce790i Ultra SLI motherboards, these modules are offer exceptional performance and stability to enthusiasts.
 


Patriot's DDR3 2000MHz Viper Series solution is the perfect match for NVIDIA's nForce 790i chipset," said Les Henry, the Technical Director of Patriot Memory. "Pairing the nForce 790i Ultra SLI with our DDR3 2000Mhz Viper Series memory, consumers can rest assured that they have a stable, ultra-overclockable system
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Patriot's DDR3 2000MHz Viper Series modules will also feature EPP2.0 (Enhanced Performance Profiles) which will boot at the rated specifications on the NVIDIA 790i Ultra SLI MCP's. EPP2.0 eliminates the need for any manual configuration, allowing uncomplicated overclocking capabilities for consumers looking to maximize the performance of their systems.

Rated timings at 9-9-9-24, Patriot's DDR3 2000MHz Viper Series are available in 2GB kits.
 

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07-07-2008, 13:05:33

markkleb






BEAUTIFUL job on the DVD mounting:worship:

07-07-2008, 13:09:17

BloomerzUK
Wow nice case Stu!

07-07-2008, 13:13:08

stuartpb
There are quite a few that need drilling out. There are 4 connecting it to the optical drive bays (2 at front, 2 at back), then there are 4 fixing it to the floor. There's another 2 or 4 connecting it to motherboard tray.
Edit: Thanks again fellas, I appreciate the feedback!!

08-07-2008, 05:40:47

Acid90
Looks really good! Good job.

05-08-2008, 07:37:25

anklebiter
This is really impressive, you have so much motivation and the results so far show it, Im reading all your installments so please keep it up! great stuff.
ps please give an idea of how many hours u've spent doing the varios bits and pieces. Im getting a 2-Sli configured GTX 280 system and thinking I'll be needing all the cooling I can get, Im not sure if I'll have to start moding any case I decide to get in order to install a Watercooling system, but if I do this I'm sure will come in handy, cheers again for the inspiration!

05-08-2008, 07:39:31

anklebiter
in fact scratch the request for time, I have read all of this thread now, Great job, you must be really proud, Good job again it looks so top notch.

05-08-2008, 10:46:11

stuartpb
Thanks mate, I appreciate the compliments:) This case is collecting dust in my workshop now, I used the components for my new project. It will be used again, when I get time to rebuild my daughters rig in it.

13-08-2008, 17:42:00

Thanh55
look awesome mate, I just start my new pc with an idea pain brilliant whithe inside :) You done it brilliant mate.

19-08-2008, 11:02:39

anklebiter
hehe all that time put into making this case though! Hope ur Daughter appreciates it :D

Do you do a lot of case moding then? thought you were a little too pro :P

19-08-2008, 22:02:14

stuartpb

hehe all that time put into making this case though! Hope ur Daughter appreciates it :D

Do you do a lot of case moding then? thought you were a little too pro :P




Yeah, my daughter will be stoked. I am going to give it to her at Xmas, she really liked it and once it's built with the new components it will make a nice pressie for her. I told her I had sold the case so it will be a good surprise:)

This was only my second case mod, I have built rigs for years but only just got into case modding. It's addictive though, so there will probably be a few more projects to come;) I'm glad this rig got a warm response, as it is my favourite so far. I am nearly finished my new rig now, and have some ideas for the next one too.

Cheers,

Stu
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