Crucial Releases New Ballistix Enthusiast-grade Memory

By Derek Sooman on July 15, 2004, 11:41 AM
Now I know what my new machine will be running...

"Crucial, a subsidiary of Micron and one of the biggest names in the business, has just announced the release of its new Ballistix memory line. Made for ultra-high speeds and extra-low latencies, Ballistix brings Crucial into the enthusiast market sector and gives gamers a very competitively priced alternative."

"Today, Crucial officially announced its new high-performance memory line: Crucial(R) Ballistix(TM). Yes, you heard right! Crucial, the company you’ve always relied on for high-quality, stable memory, is now offering DDR and DDR2 modules made just for enthusiasts! You’ve never seen higher speeds or lower latencies from Crucial--ever. And for the first time in Crucial’s history, each module comes with a double-sided aluminum heat spreader. No, that is not a type-o, I said "heat spreader"!"

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