Crucial Ballistix Tactical Low Profile DDR3-1600 2x8GB Kit Pro Reviews
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"The Crucial Ballistix Tactical LP 16GB DDR3-1600MHz Memory Kit earns the Bigbruin.com "Recommended" award. This is an especially good kit if you need the low profile design to fit your configuration while still enjoying the benefits of high performance memory that can be overclocked."
"Bottom line, Crucial once again have put together a kit that offers up a great level of performance for a well set price but have upped the anti one step more by packing everything into a low profile PCB. For the money, there is nothing out there that I could see that can better this at the current moment in time and with a 30% overclock, this surely has to get our Extreme Performance award."
"The new Ballistix Tactical LP memory from Crucial measures up to 16% lower in height than the standard modules and was designed to operate at a lower voltage (1.35V) than the regular 1.5V. Besides better clearance in systems which require it, we also get less power consumption (up to 10%)."
"The Crucial Ballistix Tactical LP could be the ideal kit for many especially those that need some low profile memory for their build like the SFF we are seeing becoming more and more popular. And for those that are using one of the many humongous coolers we are seeing infest the shelves of our favorite computer warehouse."
"Since you have nice heatspreaders overclocking is going to made much easier as your modules are not going to get as hot. Also the fact that these are lower voltage (1.35v) means you are going to be able to get a pretty good overclock. I was able to push these modules from their stock 1600MHz with timings of 8-8-8-24 to 2133MHz with timings of 10-10-10-30. Not bad at all!"