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Thread: Patriot Viper II Sector 5 4GB DDR3-2000

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    Today we're looking at a set of Patriot Viper II Sector 5 4GB DDR3-2000 modules that are optimized for use in the LGA1156 socket Core i5/i7 platform. We've seen in our past testing that Patriot modules typically offer great performance and value, so we'll see today if they can continue the trend.



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    Good review! Price vs Performance is not bad at all with the the Sector 5 kit.

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    Well they are the second-fastest kit I've tested so far (fastest review is coming very soon) but the price jump to go faster is considerable. Great thing about these Sector 5's is that they are not picky about voltages and hit some excellent speeds. Just set them to 2100MHz @ CAS9 @ 1.65V.........DONE. No fuss no muss. Gotta love that.

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