I’ve had the chance over the years to check out a wide variety of Crucial Ballistix branded memory. Being a part of Micron, they have always been priced well, and as far as memory goes been solid. Styling-wise I loved the old Ballistix designs and there are a few of the modern designs like the Elite and their Tactical Tracer RGB kits that I was able to 3D print and CNC carve custom designs for. But as a whole, their mainstream stuff, while not bad looking has looked dated for a while now. So back at the start of the year, they announced new memory kits with new heatspreaders and I was excited to see what Crucial had going on. It took a while to come in, but I recently finally had the Crucial Ballistix BL2K32G36C16U4B kit come in which is their 2x32GB dual channel kit running at 3600 MHz. The timing couldn’t be much better given my personal PC has been begging for more memory with Microsoft Flight Sim 2020 and chrome having full-on MMA fights for the memory. So today I’m going to check out the new design and see how this kit performs.

Product Name: Crucial Ballistix DDR4 2x32GB 3600MHz BL2K32G36C16U4B

Review Sample Provided by: Crucial

Written by: Wes Compton

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Specifications

Color Options

Black, Red, and White

RGB

Available with and without RGB

Speed

DDR4-3600

CAS latency

16

DRAM family

Ballistix

Density

64GB Kit (32GBx2)

Module type

UDIMM

Extended timings

16-18-18-38

Form factor

UDIMM

Technology

DDR4

Voltage

1.35V

PC speed

PC4-28800

Kit Qty

2

Buffered or Unbuffered

Unbuffered

ECC

NON-ECC

Warranty

Manufacturer's Limited Lifetime

 

 

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