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Patriot Viper 4 Blackout Series DDR4 16GB (2x8GB) 4400MHz Kit $132.99 Shipped @ Patriot Memory Amazon AU


4400mhz at CL18 timings. Pretty good for $132.99.


Capacity: 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 Kit
Base Frequency: PC4-17000 (2133MHz); Tested Frequency: PC4-35200 (4400MHz); Tested Timings: 18-26-26-46; Voltage: 1.45V

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  • I love Viper Ram, last time I had issue, I got brand new RAM replaced very quickly. A++++ seller.

  • Wish I needed this, but just bought 2 x 8gb 3200 a few months ago.

    When I added it to my card I also got a further 5% discount. https://i.imgur.com/8PVY6Hz.jpg

  • bought a16g kit fit into my b450i, only 8g can be recognised, swap the slot still the same. Wow

    • +3

      Check the qvl of your board first

      • its listed on the qvl

        • For 2 slots?

          • @somm: yes, I guess my mb is kinda broken. It is a real concern I install 2 different brand rams, only can recognise one ram

  • If only it comes with the RGB, would have been all over it.

    • -2

      Is inside the case, you can't see the ram anyway.

  • i got the 4000mhz kit, not stable with xmp when in 4000mhz, tune down to 3600 is ok

    • So many buyers of this family of kit are reporting similar issues / experience.

      • +3

        More likely to do with the chipset and memory controller of the motherboard people are putting the ram in. 4400mhz is beyond the spec of many chipsets on the market.

        • emwearz is right, the only CPU's that would be able to run this would probably be a 10980xe or 10900k on some very high end motherboards designed for memory overclocking. Technically anything above 2933, or 3200mhz on ryzen is overclocking and isnt guaranteed to work by cpu or board manufacturers. That being said it's a shame I missed out on this, I would have used 4 sticks on my 10980xe/x299 dark system.

          Edit: It's back in stock at $139.50 for one set of two sticks

          Edit: And I bought two kits for my 10980xe on an X299 Dark, Lol

    • What CPU/motherboard? If it's an older AMD system it's fairly common to be picky with 4000Mhz and up.

      • 3900x with msi x570 ace latest bios, i have tried xmp and dram calculator, both aren't stable, it worked like for 2-3days then back to 2133mhz

  • Unavailable for me =(