Patriot, a leading manufacturer of computer memory, USB/flash memory, SSDs, and mobile accessories, today extended their Viper 4 series of DDR4 memory to include new 64GB and 128GB quad kits designed for the latest Intel® X99 DDR4 platform and Haswell-E processor.
Patriot's latest addition to their Viper 4 DDR4 line of extreme performance memory built for the most demanding environments will include a 64GB (4 x 16GB) and a 128GB (8 X 16GB) kits for the ultimate PC build. Testing in at 14-16-16-31 the Viper 4 64GB and 128GB will start at 2400MHz 1.2V with higher speeds to be announced at a later date. Designed for the PC enthusiast builder or content creator the latest capacity of Viper 4 DDR4 will take any build to the ultimate level of speed.
"The addition of the 64GB and 128GB DRAM to the Viper 4 line will help to propel our already well established catalog of gaming memory" said Les Henry, Patriot's VP of Engineering. "Patriot is committed to further developing its gaming line of memory in order to meet the ever growing demand of today's high-end PCs."
To ensure rock solid performance, the Patriot Viper 4 is built with a new custom heat shield to ensure your system runs cool and stable. Compatible with XMP 2.0, the Viper 4 gives users the capability to easily overclock their system by using the predetermined memory profile while still having the option to manually edit the SPD in the PC BIOS. Backed by a lifetime warranty and Patriot's superior customer service, the Viper 4 is hand tested for quality assurance and validated for system compatibility.
The Patriot Viper 4 DDR4 quad kits were originally launched in January 2015 in 16GB and 32GB capacities with speeds ranging from 2400MHz to 3000MHz starting at 1.2V - 1.35V. Both capacities are available for purchase worldwide online and at select retail outlets.
The Patriot Viper 4 64GB and 128GB memory kits will be available in Q3 of 2015.
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