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Lexar Launches Crucial Ballistix Memory with Thermal Sensor

Category: Memory
Posted: June 3, 2010 03:36AM
Author: premiumgfx


Lexar has launched its latest Crucial product, a Crucial Ballistix memory kit with a thermal sensor. The thermal sensor coupled with a monitoring utility allow users to view memory module temperatures instantly, helping with overclocking. The new kit also features a redesigned heat spreader with 32 fins for better cooling performance, up to 30% over the current Ballistix design according to Crucial. The new Ballistix memory is only available in a DDR3-1600 4GB (2x2GB) kit. The Crucial Ballistix memory kit with thermal sensor (Product number: BL2KIT25664FN1608) is available exclusively from Newegg for $119.99, with more retailers getting it next month. The temperature-monitoring utility is available free of charge for purchasers of the kit from crucial.com.



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sack_patrol on June 4, 2010 08:48PM
looks good, I might get that instead of GSKILL for my next build.
overclocking101 on June 5, 2010 08:10PM
they are good ram, think regular ballistix tracers with temp sensors and no lights, They oc just as good as the other crucial 2X2GB kits, I was able to achieve close to 2ghz speeds. I'm in the process of reviewing them, nice ram and the temp thing is neat as well.

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