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Patriot Viper Steel Series DDR4 16GB (2 x 8GB) 4000MHz Memory Kit £83.03 @ CCLOnline delivered
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Patriot Viper Steel Series DDR4 16GB (2 x 8GB) 4000MHz Memory Kit £83.03 @ CCLOnline delivered

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Posted 17th Jan

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Great price for the 4000MHz memory, well reviewed.

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Patriot Viper Steel Series DDR4 16GB (2 x 8GB) 4000MHz Memory Kit
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 aluminium 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.

Features

  • Gunmetal grey sides with Diamond-Cutting Viper logo / Black top
  • Aluminium heat spreader with unique and specific design element
  • Compatibility: Tested on the latest Intel premium/high-end platforms and i7 processors
  • Limited lifetime warranty
Specifications

  • Capacity: 16GB (2 x 8GB)
  • Base Frequency: PC4-17000 (2133MHz)
  • Base Timings: 15-15-15-36
  • Tested Frequency Profile 1: PC4-32000 (4000MHz)
  • Tested Frequency Profile 2: PC4-30900 (3733MHz)
  • Tested Timings: 19-19-19-39
  • Tested Voltage for Profile 1: 1.35V
  • Tested Voltage for Profile 2: 1.35V
  • Format: NON-ECC Unbuffered DIMM
  • Pin Out: 288-Pin

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Kosmonaut18/01/2020 09:45

This memory is for Intel users, AMD fanboys can forget it.I have a Ryzen …This memory is for Intel users, AMD fanboys can forget it.I have a Ryzen 2700X and Samsung B-Die Corsair Dominator 3200Mh memory.My wife has a Ryzen 3400G + TeamGroup 3600Mhz memory.Both won't accept anything over 2933Mhz, without occasional blue screens.I have set the memory to 2933 CL14 and called it a day.



You have first gen zen with its weak memory controller. Ryzen 3000 / Zen 2 now has easily the best IMC in its seperate I/O die. All can do 4000+.

That said, to anyone thinking of building a ryzen 3000 system with this RAM, you'd be better off running it slower with tighter timings. The infinity fabric / memory ratio stays at 1:1 until DDR4-3733. Going over this means you'll *lose* performance despite the higher RAM clock.

I saw other commenters saying this is samsung B-die, every single example I've seen of viper steel (including my set) are using Micron E-Die. You should be able to get 3600 CL15/16 out of this no problem.
This is Samsung B-die so is good for overclocking/tightening timings. Got mine running 3600Mhz @ CL16 which is very conservative but rock solid out of the gate.
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Oooh yeah, nice. Fast memory with tight timings. It's only for those already spending a lot of money on a PC, but this is good value.
This is Samsung B-die so is good for overclocking/tightening timings. Got mine running 3600Mhz @ CL16 which is very conservative but rock solid out of the gate.
would this be worth pairing with a 2700, or would i not be able to get everything out of the ram
thehiggsboson17/01/2020 22:58

would this be worth pairing with a 2700, or would i not be able to get …would this be worth pairing with a 2700, or would i not be able to get everything out of the ram


You're not going to be able to run it anywhere near 4000MHz, but it's still excellent RAM for Ryzen (the best memory chips in fact, Samsung B-die) if you're willing to put a little effort in by using the Ryzen DRAM Calculator and inputting the settings from that in the BIOS. Realistically you could probably expect around 3200/CL14 to 3466/CL14, depending on how strong your specific chip's memory controller is. You're not going to find Samsung B-die any cheaper than this, so it doesn't really matter if it's a higher bin than you need (as long as you're willing to set it up).
Aretak17/01/2020 23:24

You're not going to be able to run it anywhere near 4000MHz, but it's …You're not going to be able to run it anywhere near 4000MHz, but it's still excellent RAM for Ryzen (the best memory chips in fact, Samsung B-die) if you're willing to put a little effort in by using the Ryzen DRAM Calculator and inputting the settings from that in the BIOS. Realistically you could probably expect around 3200/CL14 to 3466/CL14, depending on how strong your specific chip's memory controller is. You're not going to find Samsung B-die any cheaper than this, so it doesn't really matter if it's a higher bin than you need (as long as you're willing to set it up).


thanks, appreciate the reply.
rcom17/01/2020 22:19

This is Samsung B-die so is good for overclocking/tightening timings. Got …This is Samsung B-die so is good for overclocking/tightening timings. Got mine running 3600Mhz @ CL16 which is very conservative but rock solid out of the gate.


This is exactly what i did with mine
pauleden17/01/2020 21:05

Oooh yeah, nice. Fast memory with tight timings. It's only for those …Oooh yeah, nice. Fast memory with tight timings. It's only for those already spending a lot of money on a PC, but this is good value.


Having spent £160 buying 2x8GB 3000 memory when I build my R7 1700. This while higher than current prices isn’t unreasonable.
Bleh just spent £260 on RGB 32GB 3600 Samsung Bdie memeory.... why o why.....
Edited by: "BobbyUK" 18th Jan
Scouse23418/01/2020 06:38

This is exactly what i did with mine


Hi do you have your timing setting please lar
2% is not a deal...
Edited by: "Level0fZer0s" 18th Jan
thehiggsboson17/01/2020 22:58

would this be worth pairing with a 2700, or would i not be able to get …would this be worth pairing with a 2700, or would i not be able to get everything out of the ram


This memory is for Intel users, AMD fanboys can forget it.

I have a Ryzen 2700X and Samsung B-Die Corsair Dominator 3200Mh memory.
My wife has a Ryzen 3400G + TeamGroup 3600Mhz memory.

Both won't accept anything over 2933Mhz, without occasional blue screens.
I have set the memory to 2933 CL14 and called it a day.
Edited by: "Kosmonaut" 18th Jan
Kosmonaut18/01/2020 09:45

This memory is for Intel users, AMD fanboys can forget it.I have a Ryzen …This memory is for Intel users, AMD fanboys can forget it.I have a Ryzen 2700X and Samsung B-Die Corsair Dominator 3200Mh memory.My wife has a Ryzen 3400G + TeamGroup 3600Mhz memory.Both won't accept anything over 2933Mhz, without occasional blue screens.I have set the memory to 2933 CL14 and called it a day.



You have first gen zen with its weak memory controller. Ryzen 3000 / Zen 2 now has easily the best IMC in its seperate I/O die. All can do 4000+.

That said, to anyone thinking of building a ryzen 3000 system with this RAM, you'd be better off running it slower with tighter timings. The infinity fabric / memory ratio stays at 1:1 until DDR4-3733. Going over this means you'll *lose* performance despite the higher RAM clock.

I saw other commenters saying this is samsung B-die, every single example I've seen of viper steel (including my set) are using Micron E-Die. You should be able to get 3600 CL15/16 out of this no problem.
Kosmonaut18/01/2020 09:45

This memory is for Intel users, AMD fanboys can forget it.I have a Ryzen …This memory is for Intel users, AMD fanboys can forget it.I have a Ryzen 2700X and Samsung B-Die Corsair Dominator 3200Mh memory.My wife has a Ryzen 3400G + TeamGroup 3600Mhz memory.Both won't accept anything over 2933Mhz, without occasional blue screens.I have set the memory to 2933 CL14 and called it a day.


3200mhz cl16 works fine for me
Kosmonaut18/01/2020 09:45

This memory is for Intel users, AMD fanboys can forget it.I have a Ryzen …This memory is for Intel users, AMD fanboys can forget it.I have a Ryzen 2700X and Samsung B-Die Corsair Dominator 3200Mh memory.My wife has a Ryzen 3400G + TeamGroup 3600Mhz memory.Both won't accept anything over 2933Mhz, without occasional blue screens.I have set the memory to 2933 CL14 and called it a day.


You do know the 2700 memory controller native speed is 2933? As for not running it faster, are you using B350/X370 boards?
I run my 1700 and 2600 at 3000 using...3000 a Corsair LPX memory. I highly doubt your pegged at 2933.

Oh and why mention fanboys if you are running 2 AMD systems. Especially as Intel doesn’t scale with memory speed very well.
If someone knows, is this ram better then the one I've just order for £83 - CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB PRO 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3600 (PC4-28800) C18 Desktop memory – Black

Thanks
Some information about ram performance on AMD Ryzen 3000 series.


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jo77ua18/01/2020 10:29

If someone knows, is this ram better then the one I've just order for £83 …If someone knows, is this ram better then the one I've just order for £83 - CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB PRO 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3600 (PC4-28800) C18 Desktop memory – BlackThanks


Ram latency for 3600mhz is a bit high, if you can lower them to 16.16.16.38 they will be good.
Mazze18/01/2020 10:35

Ram latency for 3600mhz is a bit high, if you can lower them to …Ram latency for 3600mhz is a bit high, if you can lower them to 16.16.16.38 they will be good.


Thanks mate
Excellent price on these! +1
I saw other commenters saying this is samsung B-die, every single example I've seen of viper steel (including my set) are using Micron E-Die. You should be able to get 3600 CL15/16 out of this no problemI read
I read somewhere that Samsung had stopped making B-die , a few (6?) months ago .
Looks like a Decepticon
Aretak17/01/2020 23:24

You're not going to be able to run it anywhere near 4000MHz, but it's …You're not going to be able to run it anywhere near 4000MHz, but it's still excellent RAM for Ryzen (the best memory chips in fact, Samsung B-die) if you're willing to put a little effort in by using the Ryzen DRAM Calculator and inputting the settings from that in the BIOS. Realistically you could probably expect around 3200/CL14 to 3466/CL14, depending on how strong your specific chip's memory controller is. You're not going to find Samsung B-die any cheaper than this, so it doesn't really matter if it's a higher bin than you need (as long as you're willing to set it up).


Mine Patriots working on 3866MHz 18-22-22-40 with 3700x and x470 but on 4000MHz impossible without touching voltage.
PS. I bought it for 79.11 3 weeks ago in ebuyer.
I’ve heard MHz are far more important on Intel chipsets as timing changes are negligible. Is this true?
Edited by: "1nsomniac" 18th Jan
1nsomniac18/01/2020 11:32

I’ve heard MHz are far more important on Intel chipsets as timing changes a …I’ve heard MHz are far more important on Intel chipsets as timing changes are negligible. Is this true?


Jump to 2:35 min

Edited by: "Mazze" 18th Jan
Scouse23418/01/2020 06:38

This is exactly what i did with mine



i have the same kit and have managed 3800 c16, i can share the timings and voltages with you, if you want send me a pm.
I've got these on CL 14 @ 3600mhz. They are Samsung die
Edited by: "Ricky_Bird" 18th Jan
Transformers memory
If I was to get 2 of these kits what compromise would I have to make in timings? E.g. 32GB would it still do 3600 CL16?
3600 Ryzen on a tomahawk max b450
Edited by: "beezneez" 18th Jan
Kosmonaut18/01/2020 09:45

This memory is for Intel users, AMD fanboys can forget it.I have a Ryzen …This memory is for Intel users, AMD fanboys can forget it.I have a Ryzen 2700X and Samsung B-Die Corsair Dominator 3200Mh memory.My wife has a Ryzen 3400G + TeamGroup 3600Mhz memory.Both won't accept anything over 2933Mhz, without occasional blue screens.I have set the memory to 2933 CL14 and called it a day.


You've either got a really, really bad chip, a really, really bad motherboard or are doing something wrong. I'm running a first-gen 1800X right now and it's perfectly stable at 3466/CL14 (with all subtimings tightened), and that's with a 32GB kit. Running a Crosshair VI Hero for the motherboard.

Roph18/01/2020 09:50

every single example I've seen of viper steel (including my set) are using …every single example I've seen of viper steel (including my set) are using Micron E-Die. You should be able to get 3600 CL15/16 out of this no problem.


The sub-4000 Viper Steel kits use Rev.E, but these are B-die unless something has changed very recently. I can personally confirm both this and the 4400 kit as being so, as I've owned both. They're also both listed as B-die, and B-die exclusive, on this handy compiled list of B-die kits:

hardwareluxx.de/com…30/

GwanGy18/01/2020 10:49

I saw other commenters saying this is samsung B-die, every single example …I saw other commenters saying this is samsung B-die, every single example I've seen of viper steel (including my set) are using Micron E-Die. You should be able to get 3600 CL15/16 out of this no problemI read I read somewhere that Samsung had stopped making B-die , a few (6?) months ago .


That was fake news.

Kosmonaut18/01/2020 09:45

This memory is for Intel users, AMD fanboys can forget it.I have a Ryzen …This memory is for Intel users, AMD fanboys can forget it.I have a Ryzen 2700X and Samsung B-Die Corsair Dominator 3200Mh memory.My wife has a Ryzen 3400G + TeamGroup 3600Mhz memory.Both won't accept anything over 2933Mhz, without occasional blue screens.I have set the memory to 2933 CL14 and called it a day.


I'm running a 1600X on a B450 motherboard and have no problem running my memory at 3600Mhz Cl14 or 3866Mhz Cl16!
Now showing at £87.24
keenan31618/01/2020 16:22

I'm running a 1600X on a B450 motherboard and have no problem running my …I'm running a 1600X on a B450 motherboard and have no problem running my memory at 3600Mhz Cl14 or 3866Mhz Cl16!


Ive never had a problem with memory speeds either, Ive got 5 ryzen cpus and boards and they all run over 3000. Ive not had much luck getting big ram overclocks, but certainly not had issues at XMP profile speeds+ 5%
39707477-vhJdb.jpgI bought mine from overclockers in december and its b-die
Edited by: "Scouse234" 18th Jan
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Thats my timings. I just used the msi try it settings in the bios (i havent run memtest to 100% test if its stables but they have been perfect since iv had them)
As someone who doesn't understand all the 'timings' discussion above, I'm looking to updated the 16GB RAM on my Aurora R7 with 16GB more. Is there anything I should be aware of before I click the purchase button please?
Roph18/01/2020 09:50

You have first gen zen with its weak memory controller. Ryzen 3000 / Zen 2 …You have first gen zen with its weak memory controller. Ryzen 3000 / Zen 2 now has easily the best IMC in its seperate I/O die. All can do 4000+. That said, to anyone thinking of building a ryzen 3000 system with this RAM, you'd be better off running it slower with tighter timings. The infinity fabric / memory ratio stays at 1:1 until DDR4-3733. Going over this means you'll *lose* performance despite the higher RAM clock. I saw other commenters saying this is samsung B-die, every single example I've seen of viper steel (including my set) are using Micron E-Die. You should be able to get 3600 CL15/16 out of this no problem.


I can assure you they are B-Die, i bought this kit a month ago, i was told that any Viper Steel kit that is 4000+ mhz is using B-die and Thaiphoon Burner confirmed this for me.
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