Crucial Ballistix Tactical and Elite DDR4 Memory
Crucial Ballistix Tactical and Elite DDR4 Memory – RushKit
These days there is a vast choice of memory, so much so that the aesthetics that you want from your memory can be just as important as the hardware specifications and capacities. Over the last year DDR4 memory prices have plummeted, leaving consumers with the ability to purchase a large amount of fast memory for a relatively small amount of money.
Over the last year DDR4 memory prices have plummeted, leaving consumers with the ability to purchase a large amount of fast memory for a relatively small amount of money, making it a great time for consumers to buy the memory kit that is perfect for them at a reasonable price.
Today we are looking at the Crucial Ballistix Tactical and Elite series’ of DDR4 memory, offering some fairly fast memory speeds with an aesthetic that can match almost any PC build. Both the Tactical and Elite series of memory can come in 2666MHz and 3000MHz, with higher end Ballistix Elite memory coming in at speeds of 3200MHz.
If you are looking for a rugged memory for a military themed build the Ballistix Elite should be your first port of call, with the Tactical series memory offering a cleaner and more polished aesthetic.
Below are the specifications and prices of all of the available Crucial Ballistix Tactical and Elite memory kits that are available on the Crucial storefront, which are available to purchase as single DIMMs or as larger dual or quad channel kits.
|Memory Type||Memory Speed||DIMM Cappacity||Timings||Voltage||Single DIMM||Dual Channel Kit||Quad Channel Kit|
When it comes to value for money Crucial’s new Ballistix Tactical and Elite memory have a lot to offer, coming in at reasonable priced, great specs and some beautiful aesthetics.
On the Crucial storefront, PC builders are also presented with a lot of choices, giving them the option to buy their memory one DIMM at a time or as a full set as needed. Those who build PCs on a budget will appreciate the ability to buy a single DIMM with plans to upgrade to a larger memory setup later, or just want to buy half of their memory now and a second identical kit when their next paycheck arrives.
These new memory sets will suit most modern system builds whether you want a more rugged/industrial look with the Ballistix Elite memory or a more sleek and clean look with the Ballistix tactical series memory.
All in all, Crucial gives us very little to complain about here with these new memory kits, offering a variety of capacities, speeds and with affordable pricing. These kits are certainly something to look into if you are looking for some new DDR4 memory.
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