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Patriot Viper 4 Blackout Series DDR4 16GB (2 x 8GB) 3200MHz Kit £53.98 at Ebuyer / eBay with code
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Patriot Viper 4 Blackout Series DDR4 16GB (2 x 8GB) 3200MHz Kit £53.98 at Ebuyer / eBay with code

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Posted 18th Nov 2019

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Nice looking, good quality and value memory.
RAM PerformanceTested - 3200 MHz - 1.35 V - CL16 - 16-18-18-36 ¦ SPD - 2133 MHz - 1.2 V - CL15 - 15-15-15-36
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What a great price.
Amazing price. 🔥🔥🔥
Crikey that is cheap
I bought this RAM from an Amazon promotion recently and it seems to work well enough on my Ryzen 3rd gen setup.
nice, might upgrade my current 8gb on the desktop - any idea if its gonna work with dell precision 3620 tower and i7 6700 cpu? Not sure what the motherboard is. Cheers
Elbandito18/11/2019 10:44

nice, might upgrade my current 8gb on the desktop - any idea if its gonna …nice, might upgrade my current 8gb on the desktop - any idea if its gonna work with dell precision 3620 tower and i7 6700 cpu? Not sure what the motherboard is. Cheers


Unfortunately the motherboard is really the only part that decides whether the RAM will work or not. The board needs to support the correct frequency.. given that you're using an I7 6700 it would stand to reason that you would be fine but I couldn't guarantee without knowing what board you're running.
steve_bezerker18/11/2019 10:58

Unfortunately the motherboard is really the only part that decides whether …Unfortunately the motherboard is really the only part that decides whether the RAM will work or not. The board needs to support the correct frequency.. given that you're using an I7 6700 it would stand to reason that you would be fine but I couldn't guarantee without knowing what board you're running.


I found the order confirmation but it doesnt list the model of motherboard - can probably check when I get home. Bu the default ram is:
8GB (1x8GB) 2133MHz DDR4 Memory Non ECC But I guess motherboards can support various speeds not just the 1 right?

Also found that for specs:
39018897-2plUL.jpgBut that doesn't seem to say either
Edited by: "Elbandito" 18th Nov 2019
Elbandito18/11/2019 11:26

I found the order confirmation but it doesnt list the model of motherboard …I found the order confirmation but it doesnt list the model of motherboard - can probably check when I get home. Bu the default ram is:8GB (1x8GB) 2133MHz DDR4 Memory Non ECC But I guess motherboards can support various speeds not just the 1 right?Also found that for specs:[Image] But that doesn't seem to say either


In that picture you see the part it talks about memory that it supporting UP TO 2133Mhz.. the frequency of this particular ram seems too fast for yours but it's hard to tell from the picture.
steve_bezerker18/11/2019 11:34

In that picture you see the part it talks about memory that it supporting …In that picture you see the part it talks about memory that it supporting UP TO 2133Mhz.. the frequency of this particular ram seems too fast for yours but it's hard to tell from the picture.


Yeah it says up to 64GB 2133MHz memory, think it refers to up to 64gb rather than up to 2133mhz, but I guess not worth risking. Not that I need to update it, more like I am craving for spending some money lol
Elbandito18/11/2019 11:37

Yeah it says up to 64GB 2133MHz memory, think it refers to up to 64gb …Yeah it says up to 64GB 2133MHz memory, think it refers to up to 64gb rather than up to 2133mhz, but I guess not worth risking. Not that I need to update it, more like I am craving for spending some money lol


Usually they list the limits of both.. so typically Max memory (64GB) and max speed (2133Mhz).

You'll see the same on other boards where it says 64GB/4000Mhz
steve_bezerker18/11/2019 11:41

Usually they list the limits of both.. so typically Max memory (64GB) and …Usually they list the limits of both.. so typically Max memory (64GB) and max speed (2133Mhz).You'll see the same on other boards where it says 64GB/4000Mhz


Ok thanks for help and advice! Will give it a miss
Elbandito18/11/2019 11:42

Ok thanks for help and advice! Will give it a miss


Still find out when you're at home though. I might be wrong. Don't think I am but you never know
steve_bezerker18/11/2019 11:45

Still find out when you're at home though. I might be wrong. Don't think I …Still find out when you're at home though. I might be wrong. Don't think I am but you never know


Is it gonna say on the motherboard somewhere? Or need to look up the model?
Elbandito18/11/2019 11:52

Is it gonna say on the motherboard somewhere? Or need to look up the model?


Just run CPUZ or some other software to find out what board you're running and then you can simply google what's supported.
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