Micron, an international brand launched its next-generation series of Memory for gamers under its sub-brand Crucial that deals in PC memory and storage products.
The company has showcased its latest memory product in Las Vegas at CES 2020 to gamers and overclocking enthusiasts. The launched series consists of two product variants one is Crucial Ballistix and other Crucial Ballistix MAX.
The speed of the Crucial Ballistix memory line falls between 2400MHz to 3600MHz with a size of 4GB to 32GB for both desktop and laptops with a 1-year warranty. For cooling, it has a black, red or white colour aluminium heat sink. To add a tint of modernity the RGB with 8 zones with 16 LEDs has been added that can be customized and controlled using mainstream RGB software.
Note: Crucial Ballistix SODIMM memory is available in speeds from 2666MHz to 3200MHz and capacities of 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB.
On the other hand, the flagship product of the series i.e Crucial Ballistix MAX memory line speeds from 4000MHz to 4400MHz in 8GB and 16GB packages.
Just like the entry product of this series, it also has an aluminium heat sink, black in colour, spread across the DIMM RAM module. In addition to this, it also includes thermal sensors for real-time temperature monitoring.
For flaunting off 8 zones RGB with 16 LEDs with support for ASUS Aura, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, and MSI Mystic Light RGB control software. A removable lightbar can be replaced with a 3D printed version for ultimate personalization. Crucial Ballistix Max memory is available in desktop (DIMM) form factors and comes with a limited lifetime warranty.
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