Crucial creates Ballistix Sport DDR4 notebook memory

Crucial creates Ballistix Sport DDR4 notebook memory

Crucial Technology, also known as the US memory maker Micron, has presented a new version of its Ballistix Sport DDR4 memory. Two weeks after the US company unveiled desktop Ballistix Sport DDR4 memory modules, Crucial has now demonstrated the same memory but made for notebooks and small form factor PCs.

Of course the new memory comes to us in the well-known SO-DIMM form factor. The new Ballistix Sport DDR4 SO-DIMM memory has been designed from the ground up for high-end gaming notebooks and powerful small PCs as well as for people who like to game on their integrated GPUs every once in a while. As you probably know, processors with integrated GPUs need dual-channeled memory at a high clock speed so that the integrated GPU can perform in the best possible way.

The new Ballistix Sport DDR4 SO-DIMM memory is available as memory modules with capacities of 4 GB, 8 GB and 16 GB. The same memory can also be purchased in the form of dual-channeled kits with capacities of 8 GB, 16 GB and 32 GB, respectively. All these memory modules run at 2400 MHz and feature latencies of 16-16-16 clocks. In addition to this the memory supports Intel XMP 2.0 and sports integrated metallic heat spreaders for easier cooling.

Crucial’s latest Ballistix Sport DDR4 memory for notebooks and small-sized PCs is now available online where a 4 GB module sells for just USD 22 and a 16 GB dual-channeled kit retails for USD 180.

Source: Crucial Technology

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