Patriot Memory to Display Viper Solutions in Intel Next Gen Architecture at CeBIT Page: 1

Patriot Memory today announced their DDR3 Extreme Performance, 2GB Viper Series PC3-14400 (2 x 1GB) low latency kits are on display at several booths featuring Intel's newest X48 Architecture. The Viper series 1800MHz kit and Intel's X48 architecture is ideal for those PC Gamers and enthusiasts who are looking for unsurpassed performance on their systems.


"Patriot Memory is honored to work with Intel® and their motherboard partners to demonstrate the X48 and our 1800MHz XMP Low Latency Kit capabilities," says Paul Jones, CEO Patriot Memory. "With the X48, Intel has once again provided an architecture to help the enthusiast take their performance to the next level. The Viper 1800MHz is another in a long line of performance solutions proving Patriot Memory possesses the innovation and manufacturing capabilities to match."

Each kit is programmed with Intel's Extreme Memory Profile (XMP), an exclusive set of Serial Presence Detect (SPD) settings that automatically configure the memory settings to allow uncomplicated overclocking capabilities for consumers looking to maximize the performance of their systems.


"Support of the Intel® XMP specification, highlights Patriot's commitment to delivering high performance memory for the PC industry. Further, in conjunction with the Intel® X48 Express Chipset and the Intel® CoreTM 2 Extreme Processor QX9770, DDR3 high performance memory enhances the overall platform experience," said Steve R. Peterson, Director of Chipset & Graphics Marketing at Intel.

Patriot Memory will be located in Hall 21, Stand A22 during CeBIT taking place March 4-9 in Hannover Germany. Intel's Pavilion is located in Hall 33. Patriot's Viper series 1800MHz solutions can be found at ECS's booth in Hall 21 stand C10 PX2 motherboard; Gigabyte's Bonn room at the Conference Center in their X48T-DQ6 motherboards and Abit's booth in Hall 21 stand H21 and B21 in their IX48 and IP45PRO.



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