Crucial presents Ballistix Sport LT Red DDR4 memory

Crucial presents Ballistix Sport LT Red DDR4 memory

Micron has presented new DDR4 memory under its popular brand name of Crucial. The new memory is called Crucial Ballistix Sport LT Red and belongs to the latest DDR4 memory generation. It has been designed from the ground up to offer unmatched performance and this is why the new Crucial Ballistix Sport LT Red is best used by gamers.

The memory features red heat sinks (as its name suggests) and capacities of 4 GB, 8 GB and 16 GB. It is also available in dual- and quad-channeled kits. The Crucial Ballistix Sport LT Red runs at 2400 MHz at 1.2V and comes with CAS latency of 16 clocks. The memory has support for Intel XMP and features lifetime warranty.

The pricing of the new Crucial Ballistix Sport LT Red has not been announced yet but there’s information that a 4 GB module will sell for USD 22 in Japan. A 64 GB (4 x 16 GB) quad-channeled kit will retail for USD 310.

Source: Crucial

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