Patriot Viper Venom RGB DDR5 7400 CL36 2x16 GB review

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Specifications and features/Thaiphoon Burner and CPU-Z

Specifications and features/Thaiphoon Burner and CPU-Z

Some marketing info first:

“Viper Gaming is excited to reveal the next generation Viper Venom DDR5 DRAM series! The Viper Venom DDR5 memory series will be our fastest DRAM for the latest DDR5 platforms for insane system performance! Viper Venom DDR5 memory modules are designed with groundbreaking technology to set benchmarks even higher than most extremely overclocked DDR4 modules and deliver twice as fast, doubling the current bandwidth of DDR4. The Viper Venom DDR5 modules have innovative onboard power management ICs for more efficient operation and lower power consumption, along with onboard thermal management technology providing longer life for the modules. With a limited lifetime warranty, this cutting-edge technology will enable blazing-quick application start-ups while expanding your system’s capabilities. Viper Venom DDR5 DRAM modules generate superior improvements toward user experience over previous memory lines and will be the next ultimate solution for gaming enthusiasts globally! “



  • DDR5 5200 MHz – 7400 MHz
  • 32GB (2x16GB)
  • CL40 – CL32
  • 1.25V – 1.5V
  • INTEL XMP 3.0 Support
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Enough with the marketing stuff here so we can proceed to the essence. Let’s see what we have under the hood.


At last, the Thaiphoon Burner, an excellent utility for checking the essential data on RAM – can be used for the DDR5. It shows that Hynix is the DRAM manufacturer (probably A-Die). You can find the QVL for this kit.


CPU-Z then. It shows that Hynix is the DRAM manufacturer (A-Die). One important thing to note - the voltage for 7400 MHz is 1.5V, not 1.45 V, as stated on the website.




Venom Viper RGB



Basic timings:



32 GB (16 GB x2)


1.45 V 1.5V

Form Factor:

288-pin DIMM


Limited Lifetime

The chips are covered with a heatsink to ensure the memory and PCB maintain a similar temperature, providing the best performance. Traditionally, we’ll kick off the review with photo-shooting and the practical part (benchmark/games). You put the sticks in, enable XMP (which is, in fact, the industry standard, and it’s hard to spot any RAM without this feature nowadays), reboot, and that’s it.

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