Tuesday, April 17th 2018

Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB DDR4 Gaming Memory Now Available

Ballistix, a leading global brand of gaming memory, today announced the availability of Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB DDR4 memory. The new Tactical Tracer RGB modules, available in 8GB and 16GB densities with speeds up to 3000 MT/s, allow gamers to light up their systems with 16 RGB LEDs in 8 zones on each module. PC modders can customise their system's look by removing the Ballistix-labeled light bar for maximum brightness, or 3D printing their own light bar to truly leave their mark on their memory.

"A lot of the members in our community love to personalise their gaming rigs and the new Tactical Tracer RGB DDR4 modules help achieve just the style they are looking for," said Jim Jardine, Director of DRAM Product Marketing. "Having an RGB module with a removable light bar that enables you to custom-make your own system gives system builders the best options for customisation and personalisation."
Tactical Tracer RGB modules also work with the Ballistix M.O.D. Utility - software that's designed exclusively for Ballistix modules. Gamers can use the M.O.D. Utility to monitor memory temperatures in real time, adjust Tactical Tracer RGB LED colour schemes and brightness, turn the lights on and off, and switch up display patterns. PC modders can also use their motherboard's software to sync Tactical Tracer RGB LEDs with the other components in their rig. In addition to increasing personalisation, users get all the features of the Ballistix Tactical series including XMP profiles, stylish black PCB, and custom heat spreaders.

The Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB DDR4 modules are available to purchase at Crucial.com and through select global partners. All Ballistix memory is backed by a limited lifetime warranty[2]. For more information about Ballistix memory and to download design files for your 3D printer, visit this page.

For more information, visit the product page.
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6 Comments on Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB DDR4 Gaming Memory Now Available

#2
cadaveca
My name is Dave
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They are late to the party
Seems they waited to make sure they had software that works with nearly every board. I've got a kit in for review just yesterday.
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cucker tarlson
where's vlp ddr4 ? ballistix was known for vlp ddr3. they were so cute, and overclocking beasts too.
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#4
Woomack
Soft works great - can configure 8 zones separately and each memory module also separately.

quick videos of my kit:




I'm testing 4x8GB DDR4-2666 kit / Micron IC and on Threadripper / ASRock X399M Taichi it runs up to 3733 / 1.35V at relaxed timings.
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Enzarch
Woomack
Soft works great - can configure 8 zones separately and each memory module also separately.

quick videos of my kit:




I'm testing 4x8GB DDR4-2666 kit / Micron IC and on Threadripper / ASRock X399M Taichi it runs up to 3733 / 1.35V at relaxed timings.
Do tell more please, might be on my short list for Ryzen 2. How loose?
Do we think the 3000 kits are actually any better than the 2666 since they are rated 1.35v and 1.2 respectively?

That said; I am very disappointed these are not activity lights like the previous Tracers
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#6
CheapMeat
Their DDR3 kits are my absolute FAVORITE. I've even bought them AFTER I already had enough RAM. I love activity lights / blinkenlights and they were the ONLY kit out there that wasn't just flashy but also functional. I have two rigs with those kits. I was super excited to hear they came out with their DDR4 variants. But it looks like they're not activity based in although still nice. I'm disappointed. =/
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