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Viper 3 Series, Black Mamba, DDR3 8GB (2 x 4GB) 2400MHz Dual Channel Kit (PV38G240C0K)
  




Patriot Memory’s Viper 3 Series memory kits are designed with true performance in mind. Tested and compatible with Intel’s® and AMD’s DDR3 compatible processors and chipsets, The Viper 3 series provides the best performance and stability for the most demanding computer environments.

The Viper 3 series utilizes a custom designed high performance heat shield for superior heat dissipation to ensure rock solid performance even when using the most taxing applications. Built from the highest quality Build of Materials, Patriot Memory’s Viper 3 Series memory kits are hand tested and validated for system compatibility.

Available in dual and quad channel kits, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB Kits, Patriot Memory’s Viper 3 Series will be offered at speeds from 1600MHz up to 2400MHz at 1.5 - 1.65 volts and are XMP 1.3 ready. Hand tested for quality assurance, the Viper 3 series is backed by a lifetime warranty.


 
   
After testing the Viper 3, this is a great high-end dual channel kit with a great performance, excellent design and a lifetime guarantee
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The unique heat dissipation system used on these modules is of really excellent quality. The memory remains "fresh" even after long sessions of work. We never had a crash or sudden freeze due to increased operating temperatures.

 

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This memory looks great in the system and would look even better if the PCB were black. That said the performance is great and I have no doubt that the performance would be even better in a newer Intel system. ... Patriot has built a reputation of manufacturing quality, high performance memory kits. If you are in the market for a memory upgrade, wait no longer and look no further.
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The Patriot Viper 3 Series 8GB DDR3-2400 CL10 memory kit is a great upgrade for those who are using a memory kit with lesser speeds If you are in the market for a memory upgrade, wait no longer and look no further.
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    For gamers and enthusiasts 2400 MHz memory is becoming the standard and Patriot is ready with their Viper 3 kits. The 8GB 2400 MHz kit (PV38G240C0K) that we reviewed today has some pretty impressive timings too at 10-12-12-31 at 1.65V. This ensures that you will get the best performance possible., ThinkComputers.com Read More
   

By using higher latencies and/or more voltage we were easily able to crack DDR3-2600 at 10-13-12 and DDR3-2800 using 11-14-13, which are the sort of numbers you normally see by a memory located in a completely different price league. ...if Patriot are able to remain consistent with use of Hynix chips then the Vipers should definitely be taken seriously by anyone browsing the surrounding memory market. What we have in the end is another strong upper midrange product. 

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Well I’m speechless, especially because of how far these overclocked.  I have had some pretty decent kits of DDR3 RAM in my time, but this has to be the fastest kit I have had the pleasure of testing to date.  A 600MHz overclock on top of the already fast 2400MHz rating, is a superb achievement and although not every Viper 3 kit will do this, it shows how good Patriot really are.
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My System does not boot after installing new memory. I hear a continuous pulsating beep from my computer. What am I doing wrong?

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Does Patriot have memory that work with my Apple Computer?

My memory kit does not post, is my memory defective?

I see that you have certain memory lines intended for specific platforms, why are some modules posted on a motheboard QVL list not compatible with my platform?

I purchased an extra kit of memory for my system. Why does the one kit work at the rated speed but when combined with the extra kit, it does not?

Why is my systen reporting missing memory space?(X58/Socket 1366)

I'm running a 32-bit O/S and have 4GB or more memory installed, why does Windows report less than 4GB of memory available? Where is the rest of the memory?

Is there anywhere I can go to get help setting up timings for my motherboard?

If only one of my sticks in a kit of memory are bad, why do I need to ship in all of the sticks?

Why does my memory boot at a lower advertised speed or bandwidth?

What is the difference between ELK (Enhanced Latency Kits) and LLK (Low Latency Kits)?

Can I mix and match different memory or memory of different speeds? If my board supports Dual Channel/Triple Channel, will my memory still run in Dual channel/Triple channel?

I'm running 64-bit XP, Visa and Windows 7 and have more than 4GB of memory. Why can I only see 4GB?

Why does the label on my memory have a different voltage rating that what is advertised on your website or another reseller-site's specs? Which one should I use?

My system keeps restarting, does the mean the memory is defective?

I purchased your performance memory, why is my WEI score so low?

Why do some of your memory have rated timings but some don't, such as the Signature Lines? What are the rated timings for your Signature Memory Lines?

How do I know which memory will work for my platform?


My DDR3 system states that it must use 1.5v rated memory. The memory I purchased is rated higher. Is it safe to use the higher voltage?

I purchased another set of memory to match my existing set, why does it have different voltages? Which voltage should I use?