|Processor:||Intel Core i9-9900K|
5.0 GHz (Max Boost Clock), 16 MB Cache
|Memory:||1x 16 GB DDR4 3200 MHz|
Ballistix Sport AT 3200 MHz CL16
|Cooling:||Alphacool Eisbaer 240|
|Motherboard:||ASRock Z390 Taichi|
Intel Z390, BIOS E7B10IMS
|Graphics Card:||MSI GTX 980 GAMING 4 GB|
|Harddisk:||1x Crucial M4 128 GB SATA 6 Gb/s SSD (OS)|
1x Crucial BX200 256 GB SATA 6 Gb/s SSD (Data)
1x Samsung 950 PRO M.2 (NVMe)
|Power Supply:||Seasonic Prime Titanium 1000 W|
|Case:||Lian Li T60 test bench|
|Software:||Windows 10 Pro 64-bit, NVIDIA GeForce 376.33 WHQL|
While none of my other components are yellow, the Ballistix Sport AT is mostly a deep gunmetal gray that fits in perfectly with my ASRock Z390 Taichi test board. This kit definitely won't work in every build, but it will work in more than just TUF Gaming builds.
Running this kit at its rated speed was as simple as enabling XMP. The Ballistix Sport AT proved very stable in my testing.
Thaiphoon shows that Ballistix is using Micron ICs, which should surprise no one. Producing memory in house is one of the strongest points of Ballistix.