|RAM Size||32 GB|
|Memory Storage Capacity||32 GB|
|Ram Memory Technology||DIMM|
|Computer Memory Type||DIMM|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Has Auto Focus||No|
|Has Programmable Buttons||No|
|Product Dimensions||4.44 x 13.57 x 0.7 cm; 95.25 Grams|
|Item Weight||95.2 g|
|Item Model Number||PVS432G320C6K|
|Date First Available||8 May 2019|
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Patriot Viper Steel Series DDR4 32GB (2x16GB) 3200MHz PC4-25600 Dual Memory Kit - PVS432G320C6K
- 288-Pin Buffered Dual In-Line Memory Module (UDIMM)
- Capacity: 32GB(2x16GB) Voltage: 1.35V; tested frequency: PC4-25600 (3200MHz), tested timings: 16-18-18-36
- Custom design and series: All aluminum heat shield featuring gunmetal grey sides with diamond- cut viper logo and black top.
- Compatible with the latest Intel and AMD DDR4 platforms
- 100% Tested, RoHS Compliant, Limited lifetime warranty
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Patriot Memory’s Viper Steel memory modules are designed with true performance in mind. Built for the latest Intel and AMD platforms, the Viper Steel series provides the best performance and stability for the most demanding computer environments. The Viper Steel utilizes a custom designed high performance aluminum heat shield for a clean sleek steel-look inside any motherboard. The Viper Steel is made to ensure rock solid performance even when using the most taxing applications. Built from the highest quality Build of Materials, Patriot’s Viper Steel Series memory modules are hand tested and validated for system compatibility. Patriot’s Viper Steel Series will be offered at speeds from 3000MHz up to 4400MHz with XMP 2.0 support. Hand tested for quality assurance the Viper Steel series is backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
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Built from the highest quality Build of Materials, Patriot’s Viper Steel Series memory modules are hand-tested, validated for system compatibility. Steal The Game, Steel The Performance.
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Offering speeds from 3000MHz up to 4400MHz with XMP 2.0 support, the Viper Steel boosts performance eliminating lag.
Built for the latest Intel and AMD platforms, the Viper Steel series provides the best performance and stability for the most demanding computer environments.
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Update: changed motherboard to a Asus XI Apex and can now use these at 4400mhz stable no errors and even 4600mhz eith slight voltage bump but haven't tested for errors at this higher speed.
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Does 4400mhz CL19 which means for Ryzen it will do 3733mhz CL14 which is the fastest that Infinity Fabric will support at it's native speed, which means +20% fps for gaming and much lower minimal fps drops.
I don't game however so I just run it at 3600mhz CL14. When it drops back down to £150 I will pick up another pair for 32GB 3600 CL16!
There are plenty of websites, such as pcpartpicker, that will allow compatibility checking and flag any issues without the user needing to have any technical knowledge on the subject. There are also numerous software tools to set up overclocking, provided by motherboard retailers such as MSI, Gigabyte, ASUS, etc. Each of these tools work differently, and the various components possible in a build make for a lot of factors that these tools must consider. They aren't perfect, and are known to cause unstable settings in some cases. Sometimes it'll be a case of trial-and-error to achieve the settings which provide you with a stable, if not optimal, overclock. In such cases, it's best to find a trustworthy guide. If you've looked around in the BIOS, you'll know that there are a lot of settings; it's not always clear what each one does or whether or not it would be a good idea to modify it. The smallest change can cause your system to fail to boot, and then you need to try to reset everything and start from scratch.
For me, there was no issue with the RAM, directly. I got it because I was buying a new motherboard and CPU and my then-current RAM was incompatible, and I knew my new system would be able to handle the new speeds. That said, I did need to adjust my CPU settings after I overclocked the RAM, though. 16GB of this RAM overclocked to 3773MHz well out performed my older 24GB RAM. I plan to buy it again when I find myself able to justify the cost to double up to 32GB. That's not to say this RAM is overpriced, but it is still an expense.
Just a tip for new buyers. If you want to run over 3600mhz make sure you board is using t-topology and not daisy chaining for the dimm slots.