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Crucial Ballistix 1GB (2x512MB) PC4000 DDR Memory Kit

Company: Crucial Technology
Product: BL6464Z505 - Ballistix PC4000 DDR Memory
Date Reviewed: August 17, 2004
Reviewed By: Jason Rabel

Crucial.com Ballistix PC4000 Memory


Crucial Technology has always been known for their quality memory, great prices, and fast shipping. Recently Crucial has added a new "high performance" memory product line, called Ballistix. The Ballistix line of memory encompasses both DDR & DDR2 products, and emphasizes performance while still maintaining Crucial's high standards of quality.

As a division of Micron, Crucial Technology is the only company in the world that actually manufactures memory and sells it directly to individual computer users. More than 95 percent of our transactions are done over the Internet, allowing us to cut costs and provide high value to our customers.

Today we are taking a look at the Crucial Ballistix 1GB PC4000 DDR Memory Kit, which is a pair of 512MB modules rated to run on a 250MHz (500MHz DDR) overclocked memory bus! One of the more unique features of the PC4000 Ballistix memory is the CAS Latency is rated at a lower 2.5 timing, giving better performance!


Crucial Ballistix PC4000 Memory Specifications:

Crucial currently sells the PC4000 DDR Ballistix memory in 256MB & 512MB modules. For DDR2 specifications, please refer to the Crucial Ballistix web site.

  • Speed: PC4000 / 250MHz FSB / 500MHz DDR
  • Available Module Sizes: 256MB, 512MB
  • Configurations: 32Meg x 64, 64Meg x 64
  • Package: Ballistix 184-pin DIMM
  • DIMM Type: Unbuffered
  • Error Checking: Non-parity
  • Voltage: 2.8V0.2V
  • Memory Timings: 2.5-4-4-8
  • Heat Spreader: Aluminum
  • Lifetime Warranty

The Ballistix memory is encased in very attractive Aluminum heat spreaders, also included are some Ballistix stickers and instruction manual.

Crucial.com PC4000 Ballistix Memory Crucial.com PC4000 Ballistix Memory


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