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Crucial Ballistx 1600 Tracers - Crucial Ballistx 1600 Tracers
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Since Intel started to put the memory controller on die of the CPU (IMC, Integrated Memory Controller), I have seen a lot of the same frequency of memory perform almost identical to each another. Especially if that memory is in the 1066-1600MHz range. So the only thing left for memory manufacturers to do to set one apart from the other, is adding different types of heatspreaders, lowering the required volts of the memory itself, which adds that extra little bit of visual stimuli. Crucial Memory, has always been the one memory manufacturer that not only produces fast, reliable memory, Crucial Memory offers users the ability to add that extra little touch to our builds for that perfect theme. The memory type we are referring to is th Ballistx Tracer memory. Crucial has also out done themselves by offering 4 different colors of Ballistx Tracer memory. We can use a Blue LED Tracer, Green LED Tracer, Red LED Tracer, or even a multi-colored Tracer memory. Today at Bjorn3D, we are going to look at a set of Blue Ballistx Tracer memory. This memory should definetly add the extra eye candy to a build while also providing my smallest computer 'Minor Me' the performance from the memory it requires to keep this little computer of mine in top shape.
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