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Viper Series, DDR3 8GB 1600MHz SODIMM (PV38G160LC9S)
  




The Performance Advantage - Patriot’s Viper Performance SODIMMs are designed to provide enthusiast performance for faster system response times in the most demanding mobile computing environments. For no hassle upgrades, these modules offer plug and play speeds of up to 1600Mhz at 9-9-9-24 timings.

The Viper 3 Performance SODIMM series is built using a high quality build-of-materials (BOMs) to ensure each module meets and exceeds industry standards to provide worry-free upgrade. Each and every component that goes into these high performance Viper SODIMM modules must pass strict testing to ensure compatibility, quality and reliability.

Backed by Patriot’s award winning customer support, the Viper Performance SODIMMs are covered by a lifetime warranty. Viper Performance SODIMMs are available in 4GB and 8GB single packs and 8GB and 16GB kits.


 
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My memory kit does not post, is my memory defective?

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If only one of my sticks in a kit of memory are bad, why do I need to ship in all of the sticks?

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What is the difference between ELK (Enhanced Latency Kits) and LLK (Low Latency Kits)?

Can I mix and match different memory or memory of different speeds? If my board supports Dual Channel/Triple Channel, will my memory still run in Dual channel/Triple channel?

I'm running 64-bit XP, Visa and Windows 7 and have more than 4GB of memory. Why can I only see 4GB?

Why does the label on my memory have a different voltage rating that what is advertised on your website or another reseller-site's specs? Which one should I use?

My system keeps restarting, does the mean the memory is defective?

I purchased your performance memory, why is my WEI score so low?

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