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- 11 points
- 11 months ago
from completed build Christy
to use Aura sync, first download the patriot software and turn off the lights, uninstall that and then install the Aura software specifically for Patriot! not the Aura software found in the support section of your MOBO. Enjoi
- 10 points
- 7 months ago
from completed build The Ultimate SuperPRIME Ryzen ViperMaster XPG 1080 Lumi
These are Samsung B-Die. Figured that’s worth noting considering most B-Die are 3200+ or at least C15. So this is a cheap option for B-Die and good RAM for Ryzen. Currently running stable at 3000 on my Ryzen 5 2600 build. Asus Aura has no issue controlling the RGB.
- 10 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build First Build that turned into an all out battle station
So a little about myself, I research things...a lot, probably too much. So when the task of choosing RAM came about I started my journey on researching the best RAM to run with a AMD 450 chip set mobo. There’s everyone’s go-to: Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB, Gskill Trident RGB which people have run without issue with AMD but a lot of people have also experienced problems with those popular choices with AMD chipsets, so I dove a little deeper. The main issues it seems stemmed from the 350 chipset, not the 450 which I ended up running (Asus ROG Strix B450-F Gaming) but I still didn’t want to chance it. I came across Team Tforce RAM which many AMD users had a lot of success with, I thought I had found the one. But of course I didnt stop scouring the internets, reading reviews and blogs and combing through countless QVLs. I then came across Patriot Viper RGB RAM. Read every review I could find on Newegg or Amazon. 99% were great with most people getting the advertised 3000mhz or 3200mhz with AMD chip sets. But then I dove a little deeper and looked at some blogs. Not only were people getting the advertised clock speeds but every review I read people successfully overclocked them easily getting 4000+mhz while keeping their system stable. So at the end of what seemed like preparing to write a thesis on what RAM is best for AMD chip sets and overclocking stability I decided to go with the Patriot Viper RGB 3200mhz 16gb kit. I haven’t had to time to spend to overclock it but I am getting the advertised 3200mhz right off the bat and I don't think I will have an issue pushing it further.
- 8 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build My First Build
Clocked at 3200 with no issues.