client01_post1G_cephImprove_2.8.2 - Tests on CentOS 5.9, QEMU Virtual 1.4.0, Cirrus Logic GD 5446, Bochs Bochs
cache_write - Tests on Ubuntu 10.04, Intel Celeron D 3.46GHz, GeForce 8800 GTS, Packard Bell BV RC415
cache_read - Tests on Ubuntu 10.04, Intel Celeron D 3.46GHz, GeForce 8800 GTS, Packard Bell BV RC415
ram_write - Tests on Ubuntu 10.04, Intel Celeron D 3.46GHz, GeForce 8800 GTS, Packard Bell BV RC415
RAM_read - Tests on Ubuntu 10.04, Intel Celeron D 3.46GHz, GeForce 8800 GTS, Packard Bell BV RC415
dibcom29 - Tests on Ubuntu 10.04, Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600, ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT, Dell 0GM819
ptslive-10537-9516-22776 - Tests on PTS Desktop Live 2010.1, AMD FX-8350 Eight-Core, ATI Device 6819, MSI 760GM-P34
sgffs - Tests on PTS Desktop Live 2010.1, Pentium E5500, Intel 4 IGP, MSI G41M-P28
test - Tests on PTS Desktop Live 2010.1, Intel Atom D525, Intel Pineview IGP, Intel
ZIP7_test - Tests on PTS Desktop Live 2010.1, AMD A8-5600K APU, NVIDIA Device 104a, Gigabyte F2A75M-D3H
testGM - Tests on PTS Desktop Live 2010.1, Intel Core 2 Duo T7100, Intel Mobile GM965, LENOVO 765801U
power - Tests on PTS Desktop Live 2010.1, Intel Pentium 4 3.40GHz, Intel 82Q963, Intel DQ965GF
pepe - Tests on PTS Desktop Live 2010.1, AMD Athlon 7750, NVIDIA C61, ASUS M2N68-AM Plus
joebob - Tests on PTS Desktop Live 2010.1, AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile TL-60, NVIDIA C67, Quanta 30CF v85.26
overclock3d.net: 2x2GB of extreme performance Patriot memory with green Viper aluminium and copper composite heatsinks breaks into the ultra high end DDR3 memory scene. Suits you Sir?
virtual-hideout.net: However, when the Patriot Viper PC3-12800 6GB Triple Channel Memory is pushed to its full potential, there's a huge amount of memory bandwidth available which the I7 can use with things like audio and video formatting. It's actually quite surprising to see just how fast the kit is in both dual and triple channel mode.
benchmarkreviews.com: When most shoppers compare system memory kits, they often look for the highest speeds for the best price. Everyone is different, but overclockers and performance enthusiasts generally aim for the best combination of low-latency high-speed RAM they can get find.
tweaktown.com: Recently we had a look at a PC3-12800 kit from Patriot that sat in the company's G Series lineup. Today we're kicking it up a notch; not only are we looking at the PC3-16000 kit from the company, but also checking out what's going on in the top of the line Viper II series. Priced at $264.99 U.S.
ocia.net: Though they have been around since 1985, I have never owned any Patriot Memory products before now. My memory purchases have been from the household name companies, as have most of yours. I always enjoy reviewing products from brands I have never owned before, and was delighted when I was asked to review a Patriot memory kit.
benchmarkreviews.com: Overclocking is getting easier than ever, and more and more users are finding that they want to try their hand at what used to be an art reserved for hardcore computer enthusiasts. In this article Benchmark Reviews tests the Patriot Gamer Series 4GB PC3-12800 DDR3-1600 dual-channel system memory kit, SKU PGS34G1600ELKA.
thinkcomputers.org: DDR3 has really taken off in the past year and it only seemed like a little while ago 1333MHz DDR3 was the standard, but now it seems like 1600MHz DDR3 is now. While the 1600MHz memory is fine for most people us enthusiasts want the fastest memory possible for our system to run at its best.
Additional Patriot 6 reviews: Patriot Gamer 2 Series DDR3 4GB 1600MHz.