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Patriot - Viper 4 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) DDR4-3000 Memory

( 4.6 Average / 13 Ratings )




Part #



Black / Red


288-pin DIMM




8 GB (2 x 4 GB)



CAS Latency





1.35 V

Heat Spreader






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chcltthndridn 9 points 10 months ago

I had no issues getting this to run at 3000mhz on my motherboard.

Lokorfi 20 points 10 months ago
from completed build Lucky Pennies

Saw this kit on sale on /r/buildapcsales on Fry's through Google Express. Managed to use my first purchase on GE to net a discount on it, which equalized the taxes applied. Overall, it's a decent set of RAM sticks, nothing much else to report.

adamc30 7 points 7 months ago
from completed build The little Linux Box that could!

I set xmp profile in bios and it clocked at 2933. Not quite 3000 so it gets 4 stars but I wont notice a difference with Linux.

LoLerScholar 5 points 7 months ago
from completed build R3 2200G build

No complaints; the RAM has been fine.

Rocetmal 4 points 6 months ago
from completed build mITX Mid-Range Gaming < $800

Nice set of RAM. With the current prices, finding 3000 MHz for under $100 is tough. I was able to snag this set at a discount and with a coupon (Google Express first time shopper ftw). While in an ideal world I would have loved to have GSkill, Kingston or Corsair, I went with the "B list" and have no complaints. Happy with my choice.

Ships at 2133 MHz, easy to ramp it up to full spec in my UFEI/BIOS. I use a Ryzen 5 2600 and the AMD boards don't run 3000, they run 2933. However, that was an option in my UFEI so no big deal. Bugged me that so many types of RAM are marketed as "designed for Intel" - give me a break, RAM is RAM. Check your motherboard QVL and ideally get something from there if you want to be extra safe. This stuff works great though. 2 and a half hours on MemTest 86, flawless.

XxJordanB6xX 6 points 5 months ago
from completed build My Little Potato/AMD A6-9500

Haven't been able to test it at 3000mHz yet since I'm running it with a A6-9500 APU but its working perfectly at 2400mHz right now.

DustierDolphin 10 points 5 months ago

Cheapest 2 x 4 GB 3000 ram I could find. At first, said 2133 in BIOS but After changing it to advertised speed it works completely fine.

LoLerScholar 5 points 4 months ago
from completed build R3 2200G + GTX 970

RAM has been fine. Wish I bought it in late 2018 instead of early 2018; I would have saved like $15-20.

XxJordanB6xX 8 points 4 months ago

Works perfect at 3000 MHz on my ASUS PRIME B350M-A mobo. I haven't tried to OC it past 3000MHz yet.

CD1145 3 points 3 months ago
from completed build Studio Workhorse MK. I

It's RAM, and it's cheap RAM. No lights or bells or whistles, but it gets the job done. Can't really ask for more.

Unable to run at the rated 3000 MHz, but I suspect that this is a motherboard issue and not a RAM issue. Currently running at 2667 MHz