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Old 07-09-20, 09:47 PM
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Just a quick update...

As part of the rebuild I upgraded to 32Gb (2x16Gb kits) of Patriot Viper Steel DDR4 PC4-32000C19 4000Mhz DDR4 (PVS416G400C9K) -




Well, I finally got around to dialling it in and tightening up the timings -




32Gb of DDR4 running timings of 15 15 15 30 1T @3600MHz, result!!

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Old 07-09-20, 11:55 PM
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Just a quick update...

As part of the rebuild I upgraded to 32Gb (2x16Gb kits) of Patriot Viper Steel DDR4 PC4-32000C19 4000Mhz DDR4 (PVS416G400C9K) -




Well, I finally got around to dialling it in and tightening up the timings -




32Gb of DDR4 running timings of 15 15 15 30 1T @3600MHz, result!!
Sweet. That Viper B-Die is magical.
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Old 09-09-20, 11:33 PM
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Sweet. That Viper B-Die is magical.
I couldn't agree more Avet, in terms of bank per buck it sure takes some beating; I'm pleased beyond words with the timings I've achieved with it
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Old 09-09-20, 11:59 PM
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Bloody good price that RAM is too. I nearly bought it when I got my new PC. It's also some of the best looking too, IMO.
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Old 12-09-20, 09:45 AM
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Bloody good price that RAM is too. I nearly bought it when I got my new PC. It's also some of the best looking too, IMO.
Agreed AlienALX, If you shop around you can pick up the same kits as mine for under 100 quid; price wise it's an absolute steal for the performance you get AND it's B Die.

In terms of the build quality of the modules themselves, well to be honest it's flawless; the gun metal finish is just plain sexy and a perfect match for my motherboards heatsinks

Basically, if your not into or don't require RGB they're the kits to get for Ryzen IMHO.
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So whilst I wait on the availability of a 5900X and a 3080 (or AMD equivalent) I dropped on a pair of these for under 200 quid (an early Amazon Black Friday deal).



These will replace my existing Samsung 970 Evo Plus (500Gb) and Samsung 960 Evo (500Gb), coupled with my existing pair of Crucial MX500 1TB SATA SSD's it will give me 4TB's of fast storage
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Here's how the new storage solution has played out -





(all drives safely operating within margin of error)


The two Sabrent's are the boot and dedicated game drives respectively, the two Crucial's are utilised as general storage/media drives.
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