Patriot Viper Steel Low Latency 16GB DDR4-4000 CL16 Memory Kit Review

Last week, we reviewed the Patriot Viper Steel RAM from their Low Latency DDR4 series. The first review covered the 16GB DDR4-3600 CL14 kit, one of the best options for gamers for today. As I promised, we will show you both memory kits from the Low Latency DDR4 series, so today, we will present the higher model rated at DDR4-4000 CL16.

The Viper Steel LL DDR4-3600 has already proved it’s a well-designed gaming product, and we expect only better results from the DDR4-4000 kit.

Let’s not make this introduction any longer and jump to more exciting parts of the review. As usual, we still have to pass the specifications and features pages, but there will be some exceptional results after that.

 

 

Patriot Memory’s Viper Steel memory modules are designed with true performance in mind. Built for the latest Intel® and AMD™ platforms, the Viper Steel series provides the best performance and stability for the most demanding computer environments.

The Viper Steel utilizes a custom designed high performance aluminum heat shield for a clean sleek steel-look inside any motherboard. The Viper Steel is made to ensure rock solid performance even when using the most taxing applications. Built from the highest quality Build of Materials, Patriot’s Viper Steel Series memory modules are hand tested and validated for system compatibility.

Patriot’s Viper Steel Series will be offered at speeds from 3000MHz up to 4400MHz with XMP 2.0 support. Hand tested for quality assurance the Viper Steel series is backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

 

You can buy the Patriot Viper Steel LL 16GB DDR4-4000 CL16 memory kit for around $109 from the Amazon store – https://amzn.to/3oO5K1Y

 

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Bartosz Waluk aka Woomack is from Poland. He's been interested in computer hardware and extreme overclocking for over 15 years. Bartosz has also over 12 years experience in IT what includes sales, technical support and computer building ... but not only. He joined the Funky Kit team in January 2013.