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Patriot Viper Gaming LED Mouse Pad Review

We have often said that 2017 was the year of RGB and tempered glass, and 2018 seems to be continuing the RGB trend, as we saw many new products at CES 2018 that sport plenty of colorful lighting. Not to be left out of the RGB LED mouse pad arena, Patriot Gaming has released their Viper Gaming LED Mouse Pad, which we will be taking a look at in this review. While we have taken a look at a few mouse pads in the past, we have only reviewed one other RGB version, the Corsair MM800. Let's jump right in and see how the Patriot Viper Gaming LED Mouse Pad shines!

Patriot Viper LED DDR4-3000 16GB Memory Kit
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Patriot Viper LED DDR4-3000 16GB Memory Kit Review

Patriot has recently released their latest memory series, the brand new Viper LED. As you can guess by the name these modules will feature LED lighting. While not RGB you have the option to choose from Red or White illumination. The modules have a new heatspreader design, which I have to say is one of the best we've seen from Patriot. The kit will will be taking a look at today is the PVLR416G300C5K which is a Viper Red LED Series kit of 2 x 8GB modules (16GB total) running at 3000 MHz with timings of 15-17-17-35 at 1.35V. Let's get this kit in our test system and see what it can do!

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Patriot Viper V770 Gaming Keyboard Review

In 2017, if your new gaming keyboard aimed at the top-tier of gear doesn't offer RGB lighting and mechanical key switches, you are going to have a tough time getting potential buyers interested. Patriot seems to know this, and has designed their V770 gaming keyboard to include not only these features, but many more that help set it apart from the competition.

Patriot Hellfire
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Patriot Hellfire PCIe M.2 Solid State Drive Review

Over the past year we've seen a new generation of solid state drives enter the market taking speeds and form factor to the next level. These are of course the PCI-Express M.2 NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) drives. These drives offer 3-4x the speeds of SATA-based solid state drives and are extremely small, plugging right into an M.2 slot in your motherboard. Patriot has presented us with their first ever PCI-Express M.2 solid state drive, the Hellfire. It is based off of Phison's E7 NVMe controller and comes in 240GB and 480GB versions. Today we have the 480GB version which offers sequential read and write speeds of 3000 MB/s and 2400 MB/s respectively. Let's see what this drive can do!

Patriot LX Series 256GB MicroSD Card
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Patriot LX Series 256GB MicroSD Card Review

Let's face it, pretty much every thing we use these days requires an SD card either for its main storage, or adding extra storage. If you are shooting photos or video having a reliable SD card is crucial. You want something that won't fail on you and is fast enough to keep up with your recording, especially if you are recording in 4K. Patriot thinks that they have the perfect card for you in their LX Series 256GB MicroSD Card. This is a Class 10/UHS-I compatible card offering transfer speeds up to 90 MB/s. Let's take a look...

Patriot Viper Elite DDR4 Memory
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Patriot Viper Elite DDR4-3000 16GB Memory Kit Review

Patriot entered the DDR4 arena with their Viper 4 Series DDR4 memory. We reviewed both a quad channel kit for X99 and a dual channel kit for Z170. Now Patriot has unveiled the Viper Elite DDR4 memory, which is set to be their best and highest performance DDR4 memory available. This memory is available in dual channel 8GB and 16GB kits with speeds ranging from 2133 MHz all the way up 3200 MHz. It also features one of the coolest looking heatspreaders that we’ve seen in a long time! The kit we are taking a look at today is the PVE416G300C6KRD which is a 16GB (2x8GB) kit with speeds of 3000 MHz. It has official timings of 16-16-16-36 at 1.35V and is designed to perform best on Intel Z170 systems. Let’s get this memory in our test system and see what it can do!

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