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Crucial Ballistix PC-4000 Review

Posted on Tuesday, August 17 2004 @ 11:14:44 CEST by LSDsmurf


What us worry? That seemed to be Crucial's attitude not too long ago. For ClubOC to be located in the same vicinity as Crucial, it was somewhat disheartening to see them not partake in the high speed DDR wars of the last few years, and concentrating mostly on OEM and JEDEC minimum spec modules without a "CL 2" rating. It seemed to us like no fun, but that just is not the case anymore. The Ballistix memory lineup is very impressive, and given Crucial's excellent customer service, not to mention how easy it is to grab some of these fabulous sticks of memory, I cannot really see a downfall. At least it sounds good on paper, but is Crucial really taking a stand this time? Or are they merely trying to again give us just the bare minimum of overclocking overhead so we can have default speeds at high latencies? Well unlike some other sites that have reviewed the Ballistix lineup, ClubOC decided to take the long road and give you an impressive array of benchmarks to give you an example of what a couple sticks of Ballistix can give you..



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