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6000 MHz RAMs: New generation of gaming memory

Viper Venom DDR5, Patriot’s first DDR5 performance system RAM, will be hitting the shelves as early as 2022 Q1.

The age of DDR5 is finally here. We’ll see PCs have DDR5 memory inside very soon, after dealing with DDR4 for so long. Patriot recently announced the Patriot Viper Venom DDR5, its first DDR5 performance system RAM. It is designed to work with Intel’s latest Z690 motherboards which support DDR5 memory, and it will also support memory from 4800MHz to 6200MHz.

A worldwide leader in performance memory, solid-state drives, and a characteristic brand of Patriot, Viper is enthusiastic about the announcement of the new Viper Venom RGB and non-RGB DDR5 high-performance DRAM modules which will be presented in the first quarter of 2022.

The Viper Venom DDR5 memory modules deliver greater speed which ranges from 4800MHz to 6200MHz with capacities of 16GB to 32GB armed with the special Venom heat spread design along with an option for RGB illumination.

The VP of Patriot Viper, Roger Shinmoto said, “The VIPER VENOM DDR5 is our first DDR5 DRAM customized for enthusiasts and hardcore gamers who might be obsessed with aggressive performance and reliability. Our engineering team put exceptional effort into this VENOM DDR5 series to ensure it can have the best compatibility and reliability across Intel’s latest platforms.”

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Viper Venom RGB DDR5 modules arise with the trendy VENOM heatshield design with an innovative design to associate the LED light bar and the heatshield. The RGB light bar is a completely original design with updated harmonization software and illumination designs.

The exceptional architecture of DDR5 has confined voltage modifications created on a locked/unlocked PMIC (power management integrated circuit) and SPD HUB (serial presence detection), which delivers instantaneous monitoring, threshold protection, intelligent voltage control, and power management to attain more inclusive voltage control.

Moreover, the on-chip ECC function allows dynamic error correction to advance data integrity and boosts performance and stability. Each module is constructed with a ten-layer PCB to offer brilliant signal integrity and unrivaled stability with a physical height perfect to fit most CPU coolers in the market without meddling.

There is no announcement regarding the cost of the latest memory kit by Patriot Viper, but it is supposed to be revealed within the first quarter of 2022.

By Emiel Willis

Computer shop owner and PC mechanic for 10+ years in Salt Lake City, UT, Emiel has learned building computers by breaking stuff, a lot. Emiel writes short, casual pieces, necessary to keep things a little lighthearted here. His favorite TV show is Mr. Robot.

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