Patriot's Vipers Carry a Sting

"Patriot Memory showed off its new Viper II DDR3 kits aimed at both Intel and AMD systems at Computex yesterday."

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Patriot’s Vipers Carry a Sting
 
The low latency Viper II DDR3 kits are designed for extreme performancesPatriot Memory showed off its new Viper II DDR3 kits aimed at both Intel and AMD systems at Computex yesterday. The memory manufacturer claims the DDR3 kits bring extreme performance to Intel Core i7 platforms.
 
All five kits feature an all new Viper II aluminium heatsink, which the company first showcased at CeBIT earlier this year. The low latencies on the new 6GB and 4GB kits give them some high-level performance abilities, ideal for gaming enthusiasts.
 
With 8-8-8-24 latencies at 1.65V and a core frequency of 2000MHz, the 6GB PV236G2000LLK kit is the top performer of the Core i7 lot. Joining it in the Intel compatible kits band are the 6GB PC3-15000 and PC3-14400 kits, which come with 7-8-8-24 and 8-8-8-24 latencies respectively. While the PC3-15000 comes with a clock speed of 1866MHz, the PC3-14400 has its core clocked at 1800MHz.
 
Among the 4GB kits are the PC3-14400 and the PV234G1600LLK. While the former is similar to the 6GB kit Core i7 kit with its 1800MHz frequency and 8-8-8-24 latency, the latter is clocked at 1600MHz with a lower latency of 7-7-7-20. Both these kits work at 1.9V and are designed for AMD fans.
 
Talking about the new low latency DDR3 kits, Patriot’s Director of Engineering Les Henry said, “The next-generation Viper II technology is designed to work with Patriot's latest and greatest DDR3 memory, and will provide the most stability to hit maximum performance. Viper II provides all the essentials for gaming enthusiasts.”
 
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31-05-2009, 12:01:09

Kempez
Is it me, or does this p rick not know at all what he's on about.

Thinking about giving him a warning or a PM. You can't just accuse people of knowing nothing when you're hardly an expert yourself.....

What does anyone else think about.

31-05-2009, 12:54:18

Ham
Check the thread below this one ;)

Edit: or two below now, as i bumped this one... failme

31-05-2009, 13:11:45

Kempez
Werd I know

He's an idiot but we don't want to be seen as heavy handed

31-05-2009, 13:59:53

tinytomlogan
I say go for it, people should only post an answer if they have half an idea wtf they are on about, afew people have had issues with his posts lately.



edit youngie has got abit close to the line the last couple of weeks aswell I think.


Perhaps we need a come on guys post with respect thread or we will have to start stepping in.

31-05-2009, 14:23:31

Kempez

Perhaps we need a come on guys post with respect thread or we will have to start stepping in.



Yep agreed mate, want to do it or shall I?

31-05-2009, 16:28:47

Kempez
Here ya go, what dy'all think?

Good Evening Guys and Gals

It's come to our notice that there has been some instances of impoliteness and immaturity has been posted on the forum.

We have been removing these posts as they come up and some warnings have been issued.

OC3D is a forum of tolerance, friendship, forbearance and respect. We will NOT tolerate ANY abuse or rudeness to ANY member, be they new or old, experienced or new to the PC scene; all members must respect each other.

This is a warning and we will ensure that in future the Mod Team will not be easy on those crossing these boundaries.

Basically: get along people! :awhip::cuddle:

Thanks

Kempez

On Behalf of the OC3D Mod Team

31-05-2009, 16:56:23

tinytomlogan
Emphazise (you spell it) on respect. As that what we need, proper old school WW2 respect and comradery

31-05-2009, 16:59:21

Kempez
Edited :)

And posted

31-05-2009, 17:36:36

Ham
I've closed the thread guys, i really don't think an announcement such as that warrants discussion. It's either do it or gtfo.

31-05-2009, 17:42:36

Kempez
I'll make it sticky for a week, then we can un-stick it.

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