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Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Patriot PC3-14400

3. Final words

The Patriot Memory PC3-14400 supports low latencies at high DDR3 speeds. The memory supports Nvidia's EPP 2.0 profile, which means you will automatically get the advanced performance at the lowest timings, a very useful feature for amateur users. However if you try harder, you can get even lower timings.

The modules are designed to work at 1.90V. According to the tests, we easily got the promised 1800MHz at CL8 and a top roof of 1964MHz with CL9. After that point the memory was rather unstable, possibly requiring more voltage..

The modules offer overclocking possibilities for all those who need it, while they are operating in stability at their maximum speeds. And considering its relatively low retail price ($199), we definitely have a safe a buy here.

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