Package and Contents
Patriot's DDR3 modules come in a retail package that can be hung on a shelf in any good computer store that has all of your great performance parts. The front of the box has the company logo and the Viper series logo.
The back of the box contains a large colour photo of the memory so you aren't in for any surprises on what you're getting, unlike a lot of other products out there in today's market. It's a very good policy to have a photo of the product, either on the front or back.
Inside the box a small user manual that contains info on the modules, voltage settings as well as an installation guide can be found.
Unpacking the modules, we can see the kit supplied is a 2GB Dual Channel offering, so we get two pieces of 1GB modules. The modules come with the new Viper Fin heatsink which has the company logo on one side and a sticker with the info on the modules and a DDR3 logo.
The sticker on one side of each memory module contains info on the modules. The kit we received was rated for speeds of 1866MHz or 933MHz core speed with timings of 8-8-8-24 with a maximum voltage of 1.9v. The modules are all RoHS which means they all are manufactured with lead free solder.
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