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Patriot 16GB (2x8GB) Viper III DDR3 1600MHz (PC3 12800) CL9 $79.99 Delivered @ Patriot Memory via Amazon AU

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The price of Patriot 16GB(2x8GB) Viper III DDR3 1600MHz (PC3 12800) CL9 Desktop Memory with Black Mamba Heatsink - PV316G160C9K has dropped to a low of $79.99. This is the lowest according to CamelCamelCamel. Cheap option for older desktops that require DDR3 and support Patriot memory.

Brand: Patriot Memory
Computer memory size: 16 GB
Memory speed: 1600 MHz
Column address strobe latency(CL): 9
Number of pins: 240

About this item

  • Capacity: 16GB (2 x 8GB) dual channel kit
  • DIMM Type: 240-Pin NON-ECC UDIMM
  • 1.5V, Timing: 9-9-9-24, 1600 MHz
  • Compatible with the latest DDR3 based Intel and AMD dual channel processors
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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closed Comments

  • +1

    how many people out there still using DDR3?

    • +5

      Definitely not common these days as it's only for older PCs. Earlier this year I bought my son a G.Skill RipjawsX 8gb DDR3 kit to bum up his RAM to 16GB. It cost much more than this item. I personally still run a PC with DDR3 too (Xeon x5675 CPU )and it works fine for what I do which includes some gaming.

    • +2

      People that are buying the SFF PC's that pop up here. Ill grab some to take it from 8 gig to 16 gig.
      Only used for office/homework and roblox and a bit of command and conquer.

    • I’ve got a file/plex server still using it.

    • +5

      stick rocking a haswell cpu

      • i'm still rocking i5 2500k

      • +1

        4790k life

    • Me. Still running a 4690k. As it happens, also bought 2x8GB Patriot Viper III from Amazon a couple of years ago for $78 so nice to see something not increased in price in these times

    • Still rocking the i7 3770K 32g ram and RX 6700 XT. Still using for gaming on my oculus quest 2.

    • i think you'd be surprised

  • Still running a crosshair V and EX-58 Extreme paired with Intel 940 here.

  • +1

    Running an i5 in one the Aliexpress mystery Chinese mainboards, needs DDR3.

  • The OzB favourite Dell 9020 loves these.

  • DDR3 still worth $80 these days? wow

  • please beware of trying 8 GB sticks on old motherboards, most Intel ones didn't support 8 GB sticks. I had to use 4*4 GB on my Sandy bridge i5 (Q67 chipset) which I used until few weeks back.

    • +2

      the safest bet is to check your mobo spec

      • I think most can support with a BIOS update, mine was a refurbished business desktop with ECS Q67H2-AM motherboard and just had "Max 16GB" without exact slot config.

  • +1
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