Crucial Ballistix Tracer PC4000 Pro Reviews

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Crucial Ballistix Tracer PC4000 Reviews

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Neoseeker  --- Jan 17 '05
Dev Hardware  --- Mar 02 '05
Extreme Overclocking  --- Feb 02 '05
InsaneTek  --- Apr 19 '05
LAN Addict 9/10 Mar 13 '05
OCModShop 9.5/10 Dec 06 '04
PC Stats 84% Dec 09 '04
Red & Blackness Mods 5/5 Sep 13 '05
techPowerUp! 9.2/10 Sep 06 '05
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"Crucial has hit the mark with the Ballistix Tracer, providing high quality, high performance, visually appealing memory, and backing it up with Crucial's reputation for taking care of their customers. These modules should not be overlooked by anyone in the market for DDR memory."
"...the AMD platform was able to overclock the Ballistix Tracer memory much higher than the Intel platform. We achieved similar overclocking results on the same Intel setup with some regular Crucial Ballistix memory in a previous review, so the results are consistent."
"The performance and overclocking potential is superb too. Being able to reach a high 270HTT with 2.5-3-3-7 1T makes the Tracer a good competitor for the highly acclaimed Samsung TCCD chips. The memory also packs flexibility too. If you ever happen to run HTT and memory frequencies with a divider, then these are probably the best sticks for you."
"It will run at 2-2-2-5 latency settings at the default voltage and overclock a bit, too! If you run Intel or AMD in your rig, you owe it to yourself to give serious consideration to Crucial's Ballistix Tracer PC4000!"
"We wished that there was a bit more headroom as a 1T timing at 250Mhz would not work nor would clockspeeds above 250Mhz. This memory should be a wise purchase for those interested in comfortably raising your HT or FSB bus speed in order to overclock those multiplier-locked processors without having to resort to using a memory divider, and of course for getting some extra oomph from your computer's memory performance department."