Crucial Ballistix goes DDR2

Subject: Memory | August 15, 2006 - 02:15 PM |
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Think Computers reviews Crucial's new DDR2-5300, running at 667 Mhz.  Since it is part of their Ballistix line, it comes with Gold coloured heatspreaders and black PCB.  With the low latencies at stock speeds, overclocking reveals some interesting results.

'Crucial is one of the world's leading memory manufacturers. If you have Crucial in your machine

people know you have a quality rig and you value performance. Today for review I have 2 gigs of

Crucial Ballistix DDR2 PC2-5300 for review, running at low latencies of 3-3-3-12. I'm going to put it

up against some Corsair and Super Talent DDR2 and see what we get for results.'

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