The RAM came in a mainly black box (this time, we got it, not only the modules). It provides rather good protection for the content.
There’s no information about the timings/voltage on the package.
Patriot Viper Venom RGB 7400 CL36 (consisting of two 32 GB modules running at 7400 MHz) has a nice look and a black-silver exterior. PCB is black, and XMP version 3.0 is supported. It’s possible to run it with 7400 MHz using the Z790 motherboard. The radiators are integrated with the PCB using an adhesive pad on each side, and dismantling them would require significant strength (or heating up with a hairdryer for a more extended period), so I did not do this. I did not recommend it either (as it would void the warranty).
It’s a 2 x 16 GB kit operating at 7400 MHz with CL36; the voltage is specified (1.45V), but it was actually 1.5V. This amount of memory should usually be more than enough for the typical user, and it can come in handy if you process video or graphics. We recommend sticking to the preconfigured XMP profile settings for optimal performance.