Patriot Announces NVIDIA SLI-Ready Certification on Nvidia based DDR3

"Patriot Memory today announced their DDR3 2GB 1800MHz NVIDIA based Viper Series gaming memory kits are now SLI-Ready certified. "

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Patriot Announces NVIDIA SLI-Ready Certification on Nvidia based DDR3
 
 
Patriot Memory today announced their DDR3 2GB 1800MHz NVIDIA based Viper Series gaming memory kits are now SLI-Ready certified. Tested at NVIDIA's labs throughout the world, the SLI-Ready certification given to Patriot's DDR3 2GB 1800MHz NVIDIA based Viper Series ensures complete compatibility and system stability with NVIDIA's newest nForce SLI motherboard, the nForce 790i Ultra SLI motherboard.
 
 
NVIDIA's SLI-Ready certification ensures customers that Patriot Memory is committed to bringing the latest innovations and technology to market, says Les Henry, Technical Director for Patriot Memory. Patriot Memory is proud to share in this dedication to bringing high-quality, innovative solutions to this generation of PC gamers.

When paired with the nForce 790i Ultra SLI motherboard, this memory kit exposes advanced performance memory settings, otherwise known as Enhanced Performance Profiles (EPP2.0). EPP2.0 allows automatic configuration of the memory settings in an easy, uncomplicated manner to maximize system performance.
 
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29-06-2008, 04:35:19

Silentsnake
Hello

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So do you think these are good parts to cool my cpu? thanks for any advice

29-06-2008, 06:31:10

!TIMMY!
They should be fine with a decent Rad and fans.

30-06-2008, 18:09:53

Silentsnake
o ok :) thanks for your reply


Sooooo any1 got a Rad for sale :p
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