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Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB 3200 MHz DDR4 DRAM Desktop Gaming Memory Kit 32GB (8GBx4) CL16 BLT4K8G4D32AET4K
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- Customize your rig’s color scheme with 16 RGB LEDs in 8 zones on each module
- Select RGB LED patterns and adjust brightness
- Control LEDs with the Ballistix M.O.D. Utility or motherboard RGB software *Compatible with ASUS Aura, MSI Mystic Light, Gigabyte AORUS Graphics Engine, and other popular LED-controlling software
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Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB DDR4 gaming memory
- Light up your game with RGB LEDs and control patterns and brightness
- 16 RGB LEDs in 8 zones on each module
- 3D print your own light bar
- Speeds up to 3200 MHz
Performance isn’t enough if you want to customize your gaming rig – your system needs to stand out as you’re crushing opponents. Game at high speeds while firing up Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB DDR4 gaming memory modules that match your system’s color scheme with RGB LEDs and deliver all the features of the Ballistix Tactical series like XMP profiles, stylish black PCB, and custom heat spreaders.
Customize your rig with prismatic LEDs
With 16 LEDs in 8 zones built into the top edge of every Tracer module’s design, Tactical Tracer RGB DDR4 modules light up your rig’s color scheme and other components. Adjust LED colors and brightness, turn them on and off, switch up display patterns on the fly, or sync your memory’s lights with other components using your motherboard’s provided software.*
Modify your memory’s look like never before
Take your system’s look even further with different light bar options. The choice is yours!
Get a diffused look with the Ballistix-labeled light bar.
Remove the light bar for maximum brightness.
Or 3D print your own for the ultimate customization.
Command your memory with the Ballistix M.O.D. Utility
See how your memory is running at any moment with the detailed system information that the Ballistix M.O.D. (Memory Overview Display) Utility provides. Designed exclusively for high-end Ballistix modules, the M.O.D. Utility is a free downloadable tool that works with Microsoft Windows-based systems. Play full throttle while gathering intel on memory speed and temperature via an integrated thermal sensor, then use this info to enhance your performance.
Accelerate your game in style
Get faster speeds and more aggression with speeds up to 3200 MHz. Burst towards the top of leaderboards and knock out opponents with module densities up to 8GB and kit densities up to 32GB.
Micron quality: Pro gamer reliability
Ballistix memory, a brand of Micron Technology, is built and tested from start to finish as part of a major DRAM manufacturer, and as such delivers a high level of performance for those needing it most in gaming applications.
For more than 35 years, we’ve engineered old-school DDR memory all the way to Ballistix DDR4 modules, which deliver the performance that pro eSports players rely on to win. Backed by a hardcore community of fans, and a dedicated gamer support team, Ballistix memory is ready to take your in-game performance to the next level.
*Compatible with ASUS Aura, MSI Mystic Light, Gigabyte AORUS Graphics Engine, and other popular LED-controlling software.
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The first pair order were giving random Windows 10 memory errors. Amazon was terrific in replacing these in a fast and friendly manner. The second set also gave random memory errors.
Motherboards was flashed to the latest F7 bios and would report the memory as correct. Did automatic detection of modules and manual. No overclocking was utilized with the installation. However when testing with third party software for errors it was obvious that the memory was either bad or incompatible with the board. When in doubt use the free software by Memtest86. I was able to test the pair of modules (and each individually) and find several (OK, LOTS) of reported errors. This was tested on the first batch of memory and replacement.
Side Note - I did switch to another manufacture for memory and have had absolutely no issues. The memory used was Corsair Vengeance RGB 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3000MHz C15 Desktop Memory - Black. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B074Q45BNH/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 About the same price point and even a tad bit faster. Memtest86 did not find any errors (after 8 hours of deep scanning).
Hope this helps anyone else out there looking to use this with a Z370 AORUS Gaming 7 motherboard. I'm sure these modules work with other boards but it was certainly odd getting two different batches giving the same random memory errors in Windows 10.
Prime pulled through again, with 2 day delivery on a Saturday, and at a busy time, a week after Black Friday.
I've seen better packing for ram, it was just a simple plastic clamshell, which is fine if you buy it from BestBuy etc, but not for shipping. Just came in a small padded envelope.
Quality seemed nice, heavy, slick looking. Part wise, not so sure. It overclocks pretty decently and stays relatively cool. Has some coil whine when changing the led's for some reason?
The most negative and ironic thing about this RGB Ram, is THE LACK OF RGB SOFTWARE. So far I've found 1 working, and it's the one from Ballistix, and it's god awful. The custom options are based off "time" so to change/make effects, you have to time each led to blink, and for how long etc. There are no good "wave" or "rainbow" or any of the other things you'd normally want from RGB Ram. To put more salt in the wound, you HAVE to have the software opening and running. It does not have the ability to be sent to your notification area like any other normal software, so it has to stay on your taskbar. And the coil whine makes it even more annoying, when you set up any type of flashing or effect, you get this variable pitched whine, that makes it sound like a 3D Printer. You can audibly hear it from outside the case, and even with a headset on not playing anything.
Overall, the ram is a solid 4/5 as the important things are there.
When I run Windows I don't install all that crap ware anymore, and that is the big let down here. I took a star off because of it. I do acknowledge this is a major problem with PC vendors, ticky tacky software to make hardware work. Why do I need motherboard headers for RGB if nothing uses them? This is a general critique of the industry, I've noticed that everything seems to use the USB headers and proprietary software. So a fully kitted system is going to need a funky USB hub and a task tray of half dozen running apps?
If for some reason Ballistix reads this, go back to having the ram default to showing memory activity like the original, had that been the default I wold hav put 5 stars and been very happy. White? Just plain white? Doesn't even pulse, just sits there imitating a flashlight. The sheer laziness and lack of imagination are just breathtaking. The original was fantastic because it looked cool and would instantly tell you if the PC was locked up. Cool and useful.
As I said earlier you just change one setting in the BIOS and they run at rated speed! The heat sinks look great and are not ridiculously oversized. There is a lot to like here, just disappointing if you don't happen to run Windows as your main OS or don't like annoying pieces of software in the task tray. Software is cheap, in many ways, and that is what cheapens these is the software.
UPDATE: After going through Crucial instead of Amazon I finally received a 2nd stick that actually works! As for RAM it works great! Still only giving it three stars though due to the annoyance of going through 4 sticks to finally find one that works as it should, and the annoying coil whine it makes. I also contacted Crucial about that and they said that's normal...
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It is very easy to install, even if your mobo is already in the case, obviously it will depend on your own set up.
I was having trouble with BOSD in Windows 10. Everything pointed to a RAM issue, memory diagnostics test wouldn't run fully.
I've a brand new MSI Mortar mobo, Team Group ram 2 x 8GB installed just did not seem to work with mobo, may have been a compatibility issue.
Decided after many reviews to change out for this brand (2666 version).
RGB was about 10% of a deciding factor.
After fitting this new RAM, diagnostics completed fully and everything appeared to be fine.
A few runs on Sisoft Sandra and Aida64 and a few stress tests on MSI Kombuster showed that the PC was handling well and stability issues appear to be gone. No BSODs
If you have Mystic Light it may interfere with Ballistix own program.
At least under Mystic Light you can (sometimes) get the MSI mobo and Ballistix RAM to sync.
I have noticed that sometimes there is a lag between both RAM sticks when the LEDs are perfoming whichever pattern that is selected...but as long as my system is up, running and stable, the light show can take a back seat.
Money's worth? Similar kits for similar price, cheaper kits, more expensive kits.
I can't test them all...happy, so far, with what I have just bought.
I will tinker with the settings as I progress into trying to overclock the system (Ryzen 2600x) and report back with any issues encountered.
Also figured why not try overclocking it a bit - bumping the voltage to 1.4V and setting it to 3200Mhz also worked great. Haven't tested the limits of that yet but 3200Mhz seems plenty fast.
The MOD software for controlling the RAM works well enough but could be better. If you shut down the computer then it loses it's colour scheme and reverts to default on startup until you restart the MOD software. This can be automated and runs minimized so once you're into windows it can pick up your preferences. The only issue is it seems to trigger Windows User Account Control so you either need to turn UAC to it's lowest level or click on a prompt every time you start the computer. So I'll give it 4 stars. Pretty good in general though, may get another 2 sticks for 32GB at some point.
As RGB RAM I have many issues. The software crashes regularly, I can only open it once per session then I have to restart my computer and the lights get stuck after a short while. The MOD manager (RAM software) takes up near 50% CPU utilisation in 2 different backgrounds apps (around 22% each) even while crashed.
If you just want DDR4 RAM then I can recommend these at the price I payed. You never know, you might not have the problems I have had, and I've had no hard crashes due to these sticks. If you're buying them for the RGB then I'd recommend looking at Corsair Vengeance or buying some sticks that match your MB brand. The MOD software is crap and there's no syncing with the rest of your system (unless I'm missing something).
My only problem is the software for the RGB which has gotten annoying to deal with as it keeps popping up the security window to have permission to run every time i boot my PC which should not be a thing i need to deal with as other software such as corsair keyboard RGB software launches on start without any annoying pop up to run the program every time i boot my PC. Until then its not truly worthy of 5 stars but dont let the software part turn you off from buying it. Its very good ram.
Just to be fair, I was sent replacements by Amazon. I put the first set in dual mode, ran Memtest86 immediately and all good. I then put in the second set and immediately it jumped to over 100 errors and kept climbing! Bottom line, out of 8 sticks of ram only 2 sticks are fault free.... this is shocking!
I ordered some G.Skill from Amazon in the end. Naturally I ran them through memtest86 straight away after such a bad experience and they are perfect and fault free. I will never trust Ballistix again!!!
Im on linux so I don't think i can play around with the colors from the OS . havent looked into that yet, but they seemed to automatically adapt to the color of the motherboard after first load , - light blue-ish (asrock x299m) so I'm pretty happy with that - looks nice enough for me.
A big thumbs up from me, great memory.
On the MSI dragon centre there is loads of options and the led and ram can either be connected to work together or disconnected to have different colours. Overall its excellent! 10/10