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Patriot Viper 4 16GB (2x 8GB) 3200MHz C16 DDR4 RAM Memory Kit £69.90 at CCL Online
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Patriot Viper 4 16GB (2x 8GB) 3200MHz C16 DDR4 RAM Memory Kit £69.90 at CCL Online

£69.90£746%CCLOnline Deals
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Posted 3rd Oct
Under £70 for a good quality and fast memory kit.

Key Features:
  • Voltage: 1.35V
  • Latency Timing: CL16
  • Speed: 3200MHz (PC4-25600)
  • 2 x 8GB DIMM Dual Channel Kit
  • Intel XMP Profile Support
  • non-ECC Unbuffered Memory
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I have this exact RAM, but 2*16gb, which cost 140...
It's a good deal but for those with older, especially 1st gen Ryzen beware that this is Hynix and not Samsung B die any more. Apparently the reviews all got Samsung B but they switched to Hynix... It was a ballache even with Ryzen 2700 to get it to even post with advertised speed, and my timings are not as good as they advertise... A bit of a con really, but for this price it's still good ram and looks great too if it your bothered about aesthetics
rendeverance04/10/2019 12:12

I have this exact RAM, but 2*16gb, which cost 140...It's a good deal but …I have this exact RAM, but 2*16gb, which cost 140...It's a good deal but for those with older, especially 1st gen Ryzen beware that this is Hynix and not Samsung B die any more. Apparently the reviews all got Samsung B but they switched to Hynix... It was a ballache even with Ryzen 2700 to get it to even post with advertised speed, and my timings are not as good as they advertise... A bit of a con really, but for this price it's still good ram and looks great too if it your bothered about aesthetics


What speeds do you get mate
ohhdanielson04/10/2019 13:01

What speeds do you get mate


3200, but 17-18-18-38 iirc (I am not home, cannot remember if the last one is 36 or 38), it won't post at 16, it's still decent for the money.

The XMP that is recognised is nowhere near that, and runs at 2400 or something rediculously slow given the advertised.

The con is them sending a different product to reviewers and switching the memory out while still advertising the memory as the same, when the chances of achieving the advertised latency on the Hynix memory is virtually impossible, at least in my case. I spent a fair few hours playing with it and having to reset BIOS and everything a dozen times.
Edited by: "rendeverance" 5th Oct
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