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As a part of Patriot's new Division 4 series, the kit includes four 4GB memory modules are designed to support the Intel X79 platform and 2nd generation Core processors. Overclocking the Division 4 memory proved harder than all the other quad-channel kits we have tested thus far. The reason was that the voltage was already set to 1.65V, so there was little headroom left to increase voltages.
We still manged to get this kit to DDR3-1866 using CAS 10 latency. While we did have to loosen the timings considerably to get this kit to overlock to 1866MHz, we were still impressed it could reach this speed without increasing the voltage above the default setting of 1.65V. Overall, the Division 4 memory kit is a nice addition to the growing list of quad-channel memory kits for the Intel X79 platform. They come with the right level of performance, thermal efficiency and are cost effective to boot. Source
Patriot Memory Viper Xtremem Division 4 Series 16 Quad Channel Kit DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) 240-Pin SDRAM (PXQ316G1600LLQK) Price $99.99

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