No the best looking ram out there. I'll wait to see some numbers.
I think the tactical series looks pretty cool, but the elite looks too much like they hyperx t1's. It's nice to hear about a revamp of the crucial product line, looking forward to seeing some numbers as well.
Now you're just mashing it!
Nice to see a refresh of Crucial's memory products. I think it is important to note that Crucial is owned by Micron and many manufacturers use Micron chips in their memory.
it sure is nice to them revitalize the ballistic line up.Recall Crucial having some tighter timings on previous versions as well. One of things that I liked about Crucial mem sticks in the past is that they simply 'just worked' and were commonly available for older PCs .More choices available is a good thing too.
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I owned a pair of Crucial Ballistix which is the parent company of Micron who made the D9 "Fatboyz" back in the day.
I wish these had the Tracer as it makes trouble shooting memory much easier.
Having said that I bet these perform very good.
"They don't looks as cool as the Corsair Vengeance series , though they match the Asus sabertooth line of motherboards. I know some might say its no about the looks, but these days color matching the inside is pretty important to people and builders."
Numbers will tell the tale,......how do they all perform,.....and at what cost?
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Cool, now that I am set with 16GB I am just wondering when DDR5 will be out?!
What, no specs? That's all I care about.
crucial is a good RAM brand, I expect the numbers to be good.
Still, I'm holding off until I see some reviews of this baby.
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