Crucial Ballistix Tracer 2GB DDR2 SDRAM Memory Module - 113718

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Excellent Product

by Dallas on 9/25/2007

I would recommend this memory. Not only is it an excellent product, if you have a case with a clear side it puts on a great light show with the built in LEDs.

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Awesome Deal

on 11/29/2007

Extremely happy with purchase. First time buy from and sure won't be the last. I shopped around and this was the best price and delivery was very prompt. I won't hesitate to buy from here again. Oh, and the RAM looks fantastic as well as exceeds performance spec. This Ram is very highly rated and works well with quad core processors.

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Product Overview

When You Have The Ultimate Performance System, Can You Really Tolerate Inferior Memory?
It doesn't matter how fast a memory module is if it isn't stable and doesn't fit your system. Software crashes, choppy game play, and driver and operating system hiccups — all can be caused by bad memory modules. Performance and stability are Crucial! Don't settle for anything less than Ballistix!

So, What is Ballistix Tracer Memory?
Ballistix Tracer memory is specifically built for performance enthusiasts and case modders who want to push the performance envelope while adding flash appeal to their boxes. The Ballistix line of high-performance memory modules features advanced speed grades, low latencies, and integrated aluminum heat spreaders. Ballistix Tracer memory features a black PCB, black integrated heat spreaders, and one or two rows of eight "chasing" red and green LEDs atop the module, circulating in a random pattern based on memory utilization. A custom-designed circuit relays bus activity to the LEDs, allowing them to accurately reflect usage of each memory module. In addition, eight blue ground effects LEDs emit a constant glow near the pins.

So you ask yourself, "What has Crucial done to make sure Ballistix products operate at the published speed ratings?"

Good question!
After Crucial manufacture's the modules, every Ballistix product is tested in a platform capable of running at its published operating speed.
Crucial Ballistix DDR2 is a leading-edge generation of memory with an improved architecture that allows it to transmit data extremely fast & stable.

What is a Ballistix 240-pin DIMM?
A Ballistix dual inline memory module (DIMM) consists of a number of memory components that are attached to a black printed circuit board. The gold pins on the bottom of the DIMM provide a connection between the module and a motheboard. Ballistix 240-pin DIMMs are used to provide DDR2 SDRAM memory for desktop computers.


Manufacturer Crucial
Mfg Part# 113718
SKU 204681868
UPC 649528737984
UPC 14 00649528737984
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Capacity: 2GB (2 x 1GB)
Type: 240-pin DDR2
Speed: PC2-8500 1066Mhz
Latency: 5-5-5-15
Signal Processing: UNBUFFERED
Error Checking: NON-ECC
Voltage: 2.2V
Configuration: 128MB x 64
Warranty: Lifetime Limited
Manufacturer Part Number: BL2KIT12864AL1065
Tech Specs
Product Type RAM Module
Brand Name Crucial
Manufacturer Part Number 113718
Product Line Ballistix Tracer
Product Name Ballistix Tracer 2GB DDR2 SDRAM Memory Module
Manufacturer Website Address
Manufacturer Crucial Technology
Form Factor 240-pin
Dimensions 1.18" Width x 5.25"
Error Checking Non-ECC
Memory Technology DDR2 SDRAM
Number of Modules 2 x 1 GB
Memory Speed 1066 MHz
Memory Standard DDR2-1066/PC2-8500
Signal Processing Unbuffered
Memory Size 2 GB
Standard Warranty Lifetime Limited
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