Patriot gave me a preview of their new Viper Xtreme Division4 DDR3 memory due out later this year. Patriot is targeting this new line at Sandy Bridge E systems, which support up to four channels of DDR3 memory (official support for DDR3-1600, but overclocking will surely be an option).

Given the current price of memory, Patriot expects the default configuration for SNB-E systems to be a kit of four 4GB DIMMs for a total of 16GB. Sandy Bridge E isn't expected until the Fall at the earliest so memory pricing isn't certain, but Patriot expects a 16GB SNB-E memory kit to sell for around $130 when Division4 is released later this year.



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  • KokoBill011 - Monday, February 13, 2012 - link

    ..if I`m only in position to buy myself, not 16GB but 64GB of RAM I would do it right now...why not...???? Tell me ...why NOT, if I have a large wallet...... (which I don`y)...!!! Reply

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