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Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Crucial BallistiX Tracer PC3-10600

4. Summary

Like any other Crucial product we have reviewed here at, the BallistiX Tracer PC3-10600 is an attractive memory solution and also comes at a good retail price - an important factor that sometimes Crucial forgets to bring on the table.

The 2x1GB BallistiX Tracer PC3-10600 costs around $110 as found over Crucial's website. While the memory specs are minimal, meaning DDR3-1333 rated with CL6 @ 1.80V, this memory product can easily go up to 916.50MHz, which is 250MHz higher than the default speed. Increasing the memory voltage you will get you additional performance, an interesting feature for overclockers.

The "cool" look of the activity LEDs is a subjective issue, not our favor if you ask me, but again modders will appreciate them. On the negative side, we should mention the lack of support for Nvidia's EPP and Intel's XMP memory profiles, which could trouble the amateur users in their overclocking attempts.

Concluding this review, we can safely say that the the Crucial BallistiX Tracer PC3-10600, memory modules are great performers and also affordable for almost everyone.

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