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Patriot Memory, a leading supplier of advanced DRAM and flash products, has unveiled its new series of memory modules designed for gamers demanding high performance, but not ready to invest considerable sums into their gaming rigs.

“Consumers are looking for options; our goal is to give them the opportunity to add new technology, at a reasonable cost. Patriot's 'G' Series is designed with the same quality and reliability that has made Patriot Memory a steadfast name in the gaming industry. The G-series will help us reach that segment that is looking for something new and original, but needs an economical solution,” said JR Wakabayashi, Patriot's marketing manager.

The Patriot G-series memory module family of kits features two 6GB triple-channel DDR3 kits capable of operating at 1333MHz and 1600MHz, two 4GB dual-channel DDR3 marched pairs functioning at 1333MHz and 1600MHz as well as two 4GB DDR2 memory kits functioning at 800MHz and 1066MHz.

Patriot said it would spotlight its new G-series kits around its “Enhanced Latency” line for both DDR2 and DDR3 products.

“With the Patriot "G" Series, you get the look and feel of many of the high end, gaming memory products, but with an advantageous price,” a statement by the company reads.

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