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Patriot Viper II Sector 5 4GB DDR3-2000

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Posted October 16, 2009 by Jake in Memory
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Introduction

With Intel’s new LGA1156 platform, it would appear that high performance for the masses is the goal, attempting to bring performance to the mainstream. The costs are certainly lower than its big brother LGA1366 socket, but there are a few differences as well, one of which is in the memory employed: 1366 can utilize a triple channel configuration, whereas 1156 uses a dual channel setup. And with that difference comes new memory products from several manufacturers, each offering something a bit different, in terms of latency, speeds, aesthetics, and price.

Today we’re looking at a set of Patriot Viper II Sector 5 4GB DDR3-2000 modules that are optimized for use in the LGA1156 socket Core i5/i7 platform. We’ve seen in our past testing that Patriot modules typically offer great performance and value, so we’ll see today if they can continue the trend.

Thanks go to our friends at Patriot Memory for supplying the review sample.

Established in 1985, Patriot Memory builds a full range of memory module and flash memory products, offering a perfect blend of quality and value. We understand the value of designing and responding quickly and intelligently to the rapid changes inherent in the memory module industry.  This commitment to R&D enables us to deliver the best quality memory modules powered by the latest innovative technology. Patriot’s goal is to be your memory solutions provider with high quality products and services that are value priced. With our courteous and knowledgeable sales and technical support staff, industry leading warranty terms, and customizable logistic services; we feel there is no requirement we can not satisfy.

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