Patriot 16GB Viper Steel DDR4 4400 MHz UDIMM Memory Kit (2 x 8GB)

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Patriot 16GB Viper Steel DDR4 4400 MHz UDIMM Memory Kit (2 x 8GB)
Key Features
  • 16GB (2 x 8GB) Capacity
  • 4400 MHz Clock Speed
  • PC4-35200
  • 288-Pin UDIMM
Maximize your system's performance and stability with the 16GB Viper Steel DDR4 4400 MHz UDIMM Memory Kit (2 x 8GB) from Patriot. Delivering speeds up to 4400 MHz, this 2 x 8GB kit is a plug-and-play memory upgrade designed to improve your computer's start-up times, overall responsiveness, and ability to handle data-intensive applications. The modules are non-ECC and unbuffered, feature a tested CAS latency of 19 and a power rating of 1.45V, and work on systems with 288-pin DIMM slots and a DDR4-enabled chip.
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Patriot Viper Steel DDR4 4400 MHz UDIMM Overview

Maximize your system's performance and stability with the 16GB Viper Steel DDR4 4400 MHz UDIMM Memory Kit (2 x 8GB) from Patriot. Delivering speeds up to 4400 MHz, this 2 x 8GB kit is a plug-and-play memory upgrade designed to improve your computer's start-up times, overall responsiveness, and ability to handle data-intensive applications. The modules are non-ECC and unbuffered, feature a tested CAS latency of 19 and a power rating of 1.45V, and work on systems with 288-pin DIMM slots and a DDR4-enabled chip.

Tested on Intel and AMD platforms
Supports XMP 2.0 profiles to assist with overclocking
Aluminum heatshield
Sleek, steel appearance
Gunmetal gray sides with Viper logo, black top
UPC: 814914024935

Patriot Viper Steel DDR4 4400 MHz UDIMM Specs

Capacity16 GB
Kit Configuration2 x 8 GB
SpeedPC4-35200 (4400 MHz)
Memory TypeDDR4
DIMM Type288-Pin DIMM
Buffered/RegisteredNo
Error Correction (ECC)Non-ECC
Voltage1.45 V
CAS LatencyCL19
Heat SpreaderYes
Built-in LEDNone
Performance ProfileXMP 2.0
Height1.75" / 44.45 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.1 x 6.2 x 0.7"

Patriot Viper Steel DDR4 4400 MHz UDIMM Reviews

Great deal

By Brian
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-27

No brainer. This is a deal. Dimms are solid.

Great!

By Teomiro
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-28

The product has great quality and delivers what it promises, it was delivered quickly and on time.

mixed bag, might return

By Joseph
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2021-07-04

Its been really hard trying to get it to clock correctly. With default XMP profiles, this thing doesn't even boot. going into manual mode, I can crank this thing to 3733... but I can do the same with gskill ram half the price. Am I doing something wrong? Ryzen 9 5900x Dark Hero mobo Rtx 3090

Only stable up to 4000MHz

By Emmett
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-12-22

Both XMP1 and XMP2 were unstable on my MSI Z390 Gaming Edge AC motherboard, I had to manually clock it down to 4000MHz, but I'm still happy with the performance for the price, and I appreciate the aesthetics.

Excellent choix pour du RYZEN

By Frederic
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-09-20

Excellent choix de memoires qui meritent de super bien fonctionner en XMP 2.0 avec un 3700x et d'une B550 ASUS Republic of Gamers Strix. B&H... Merci pour votre réactivité concernant l'envoi du paquet. Les elements ont été bien sécurisé et rapide.

best ram ever no problem worldwide shipping

By Rafis
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-01-10

paired with my ryzen 3950x running at 3733 mhz (max infinity fabric 1867) ryzen without problem. running at tight [email protected] latency. . ran at 2T getting it stable long run. while at 1T still not bad. both tested are pass stress test. GIGABYTE mobo X570 TAKES IT WELL. happy to own the ram into my collection. also tested running mixing with 3200 c14 kit ( samsung b die) which i already own setted at same speed it takes well together. b die can take b die at same frequency and latency setting. the price, same b die. heatsink? tridentz is better heat spreader. i have to add watercooling block ram. because i think the ram heatspreader which mix plastic and steel not giving a good for heat spreading enough for this great chip.

Good But Not Perfect

By Doug
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-09

Like other users here have commented, this memory appears to be stable up to 4000 MHz with my ASUS ROG Maximum XII Hero WiFi board (Hence, one star deduction). Other than that, it works as expected.

Took a weak processor and made it better

By Chris
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-18

This is Samsung B-Die, yes. For most all DDR that has flat primary numbers of 14-14-14, 16-16-16, 19-19-19, etc. will allow you to assume that the chips are B-Die. Further, this is Single-Rank (2x8GB normally is, but if you see B-Die primary numbers in a 2x16GB kit assume it is Dual-Rank) so high speeds are possible with higher end CPU's. I was originally using with my 5600X a B-Die kit from G.Skill of 3200/Cl14 (also B-Die). But my own 5600X has an incredibly weak UMC (memory controller) when compared to my previous 3600X. The 3600X could do 3733 Mb/s at CL15 with the G.Skill set at matching Fabric Clock speeds (FCLK) without stability issues. Where as my 5600X just, for the life of me, could not take the same kit past 3600 Mb/s at CL15 (and only 3400 Mb/s at CL14 was ever truly stable), but even then I would get intermittent stability issues due to the Fabric Clock instability. All voltages with the G.Skill B-Die kit were between 1.42v and 1.49v depending on what I was trying. That said, the 5600X just has better instructions per clock (IPC) than the 3600X so it was always still faster. But moving to this 4400 Mb/s CL19 kit, I was able to both get 3733 Mb/s and CL 16-16-16-16 stable with a matching FCLK at about 1.44v and SoC voltage about 1.12v. While not great, no, at least it's all stable now and I can pump out just a few more frames per second with good settings on (questionably good) games like Cyberpunk 2077 at 1440p (faster RAM will always be tied to more FPS at lower resolutions, though, as higher resolutions tend to be very GPU bound). A high price, even at ~$115'ish, for just a few frames per second more, but, honestly, this is all more a hobby than anything else. If one really cared about graphics and system performance then reasonable money should really be put towards both cooling a mid-range CPU and buying a better graphics card than I have (currently using a 3070Ti).

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