Starting next month, Micron will begin a refresh on the look and feel of the memories.Crucial Her Ballistix - now offered under the names Ballistix RGB, Ballistix and Ballistix Max at the high end of the field. The Ballistix and Ballistix models RGB They will all be offered with a black, white or red metallic shade of choice for consumers - with or without a built-in color illumination respectively, and with volumes of 4GB to 32GB for each module at speeds starting at 2,400 MHz at the lower end and reaching up to 3,600 MHz.
these are Memories Extremely low-profile dynamics - compared to all other models in the environment that include RGB illumination
Want to go all the way? You will prefer Memories The Ballistix Max will be offered with metallic black diffusers, with 8GB or 16GB volumes per module and high test speeds of between 4,000MHz and 4,400MHz under a number of different timing levels. Built-in temperature sensors and even the option of customized XNUMXD printing for the top edge colored LED lights.
Micron has not yet reached the peak speeds of some of its competitors - but it does order in branding and is definitely approaching it
The standard Ballistix models can be obtained in both standard desktop and compact SO-DIMM configurations for tiny stationary and computers Mobile - whereas the Ballistix Max models will only be available in full size at this time.
What else is on the menu for the beginning of the current year? Crucial X8's external SSD drive also featured on the display with a reminder that it is designed and compatible with both Windows-based and MacOS-based PCs - as well as consoles Xbox One And PlayStation 4. Now just wait until prices drop and get as close as possible to the price of the drivesCrucial P1 (or Intel 660p) on which it is based.
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