Last month, we had a chance to take a look at the Patriot Viper 4 Blackout, which was designed for new chipsets like the AMD X570. It performed pretty well and we really liked it. Today, we will be taking a look at a different memory kit from Patriot that offers similar specification – the Viper RGB 16GB DDR4-3600 CL17.
The main difference between the two mentioned memory kits seems to be the RGB lighting and design, but there’s more than just looks. Stay with us to find out what is hiding under the aggressive-looking heatsinks with RGB lighting.
Patriot’s Viper RGB Series memory modules are designed with extreme performance. Built and tested for the latest Intel and AMD platforms. The bright RGB lighting brings a colorful dimension to any build and will take it to the next level.
With a unique aluminum heatshield and aggressive design, the Viper RGB Series will look good in any build. The aluminum heatshield offers superior heat dissipation to ensure excellent performance, even when using demanding applications. The 5 RGB lighting zones are all fully customizable with our easy to use Viper RGB Software.
The Viper RGB Series is suited with XMP 2.0 support for automatic overclocking and compatible with lead motherboard partners’ RGB sync applications. The Viper RGB Series DRAM has the most competitive and aggressive specifications in the Patriot OC DRAM product lines and is available with either a white or black heatshield.
You can buy the Patriot Viper RGB 16GB DDR4-3600 memory kit for around $115 from Amazon.
- Amazon US – https://amzn.to/31geSxO
- Amazon UK – https://amzn.to/35DjPUM
- Amazon DE/EU – https://amzn.to/33AhIPT
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