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Lexar Announces High-Performance Crucial Ballistix DDR3 Memory Modules

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    Lexar Media, a subsidiary of Micron Technology, today launched its first Crucial Ballistix DDR3 memory modules. Crucial Ballistix DDR3 modules feature a newly redesigned heat spreader with a clip-less design, giving the modules a cleaner look. Additionally, the new Ballistix modules feature a Micron company logo on the heat spreader, calling attention to the exclusive use of Micron components in the Ballistix DDR3 product line. Crucial Ballistix DDR3 memory modules feature Micron's highly sought-after DDR3 components, running at speeds of 1600MHz (PC3-12800 CL8-8-8-20@1.8V). Crucial Ballistix 1600MHz high-performance memory modules are available now in 1GB modules (BL12864BA1608) and 2x1GB kits (BL2KIT12864BA1608).

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    Very nice, good speed, I'm just not interested in DDR3 right...There isn't a huge market for DDR3 yet.
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    Only £200 for 1GB, oh how wonderfully affordable:rolleyes:
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    $680 for 1GBX2 :laugh: I saw these like last week
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    ditto, though patriot is leading the way atm with memory, they've got the fastest speeds out there, with team xtreme and super talent behind them. crucial is late. even corsairs got a few modules, but they're not as fast as patriot.
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    i bet ddr2 1066 with cl4 performs much better.
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    and Patriot uses Micron. Most all memory makers are using Micron these days
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