Crucial Ballistix PC2-6400 Dual Channel Kit Pro Reviews
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"Offering solid specifications, respectable performance, and a good value to boot, this is an excellent choice for anyone seeking a 2GB kit of 800 MHz DDR2 memory."
"This is another great memory product from Crucial ... Well done. These modules offer good overclocking and performance and at a price that's right. If you're an extreme gamer or enthusiast wanting to upgrade your ram, you won't be disappointed."
"All in all, they definitely overclock well. Getting 430mhz stable at 3-3-3 and 540mhz stable at 4-4-3 is not very common from the results people are getting with other sticks. My experience with Ballistix in the past indicates that most kits will have relatively similar capabilities as these. Obviously, overclocking is very dependant on the test system, as was just shown here. For an AM2 system, there is no question that the pc6400 Ballistix are amazing performers. While it may take a little bit of tweaking to get the most out of your system, the Ballistix should take it all in a stride and ask for more."
"At the end of the day, we would have preferred to run both a higher memory frequency with our overclock, but we can't complain about a kit that runs at and exceeds advertised specifications. What we can do is gripe mildly about the $299 street price, though it's not too far above other similarly timed kits, and the stellar customer service helps offset some of that pricing discrepancy. We still prefer Crucial's 10th Anniversary DDR2-667 RAM that we recently reviewed and it remains our mainstream choice, but if you need the guarantee of a higher frequency kit with the Crucial label, this 2GB DDR2-800 is calling your name."
"The Crucial Ballistix PC2-6400 dual channel memory kit can provide far more bandwidth than your current Pentium 4-based systems can currently use. You can rest easy that memory speed will not be the bottleneck in your system with these modules -- as a matter of fact, they should be fast enough not to limit performance until you reach a ~1600 MHz FSB on the Pentium 4 platform. This is the definition of "future-proof", or perhaps just an invitation to overclockers to let 'er rip."