Patriot & Super Talent DDR3-1800

1. Introduction3. Super Talent Project X 1800MHz


Patriot Viper 1800MHz

Patriot package their memory in the industry standard plastic packaging with an information leaflet inside. The leaflet gives details on the specification of the sticks including voltage and timings and folds open to reveal installation and warranty/support details. The modules themselves use a green PCB and attached to each set of chips is an aluminium copper composite heatspreader with Patriot branding on one side and an information sticker on the other. These stickers give useful information on the module timings (8-8-8-20), voltage (1.9v) and speed (1800MHz).

Finally, as with most recent modules this product supports XMP with 1800MHz operation programmed to the advertising voltage and timings as well as 7-7-7-20 -2T at 2.0v.

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