Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4-2400 32GB Quad-Channel Memory Kit
Oct 08,2014 0 Comments
Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4-2400 32GB Quad-Channel Memory Kit. The other day we got a chance to take a look at a 16GB G.Skill kit that carried with it a stock clock of 2400MHz DDR. The default rated memory speed for the new Intel X99 platform is 2133MHz DDR. If you’re looking for something that offers a little bit more of a kick, though, you can move up to 2400MHz DDR, which is the next jump in speed.
The G.Skill kit we looked at the other day was a great kit of memory that came in at an excellent price point. After testing the ADATA 2x 32GB kit, though, it felt like the sweet spot for people wanting a serious amount of RAM was at the 32GB level. It offered a solid amount of RAM, without the painful price tag that is associated with 64GB of DDR4.
When Crucial said they’re launching their new line of DDR4 kits, taking a look at price and the general knowledge of the DDR4 market gained in the past few weeks since launch, it looked like I had found the perfect kit of RAM to test from the folks over at Crucial.
Taking a look below, you can see the new Crucial Ballistix Sport kit. The heat sink design here is really cool, as it’s more a protector than anything else. If we’ve really learnt anything about RAM over the last few years, it’s that the heat sink most companies use is more cosmetic than anything else. It’s simply a plate that covers each side of the RAM kit with this particular one coming in grey.
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