Review: Patriot Viper Venom DDR5 6200 CL40

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Patriot presented a new series of DDR5 memories in April; it’s the Viper Venom DDR5. Most kits come in 32 GB (2 x 16 GB), and their frequency is higher than the base 4800 MHz (5200-6400 MHz). We are...

    Review: Patriot Viper Venom DDR5 6200 CL40
     
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    cucaulay malkin Ancient Guru

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    Alessio1989 Ancient Guru

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    considering how bad DDR5 frequencies scale with zen4 due temperature increase of the MC, better sticking with far more cheaper 4800 kits. on intel side at least if you have money you will get a small increase of your performance and not the cpu throttling :V
     
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    Fediuld Master Guru

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    As you see from this review, the RAM performs properly with Intel. On the AMD 7000 series CPU reviews, the Read/Write/Copy was almost half of what should be, basically the 6000C30 operated like 3800C16 DDR4 instead of DDR5. Have you contacted AMD to find out what is wrong?
     

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    Shame the prices were not that good when I bought my 32gig(4x8) of Trident Z Royal Silver 4000Mhz cl15.....£443, unfortunately prices are still pretty poor in the UK for higher end ram
     
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    cpu throtteling due the heat generated by the MC
     
  7. Fediuld

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    Seems my post has been removed.

    No MC speeds are not affected by the CPU temps when run AIDA64. We see that on other reviews having the correct numbers.

    Also, 7000series doesn't throttle down due to temps but speeds up trying to achieve the 95C max at max set speed. When max speed is achieved it stops. That is why we see all core overclock at 5.4Ghz running much cooler than stock and is much faster (over 40000 on CB23).
     

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