Crucial Lanfest 2 GB DDR2-800 Kit Review 26

Crucial Lanfest 2 GB DDR2-800 Kit Review

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Crucial Technology was launched in 1996 in response to a growing demand for high-quality memory upgrades among end users by Micron Technology, Inc. Since that launch, Crucial has done nothing but exceed the expectations of those end users with their wide range of memory products and to this day remains the only consumer memory upgrade supplier that's part of a major DRAM manufacturer, selling high-quality memory that has been qualified and approved by all major original equipment manufacturers. Needless to say, Crucial has made a name for itself in the enthusiast market with the high-performance line of Ballistix and Ballistix Tracer memory. Today we will be taking a look at Crucial's latest limited edition kit, designed especially for's Lanfest.

A representive of the Ballistix division of Crucial had the following to say:

"We have a good relationship with the community that attends these events [Lanfest] and Newegg. We thought it would be fun to provide a unique product that gave the attendees and other fans of both companies something they could utilize in their systems that was specific to the event and different in design. Also, these were created in a limited edition run and will not be produced again."

From Crucial:
  • Suitable for: Desktop PC
  • Model: NE2KIT12864AL804
  • 240 Pin Unbuffered-DIMM non-ECC
  • Versions available: 2GB Kit (1GBx2)
  • Pin layout: 128 Meg x 64
  • Module Bandwidth: 6.4 GB/s
  • Memory Clock: 2.5ns
  • Data Bit Rate: 800MT/s
  • Timings: 4-4-4-12-2T
  • Operating Voltage: 2.2V
  • Exclusively designed for high-performance systems
  • SLI-Ready
  • Aluminum heat spreader
  • Blue ground effects LEDs

Packaging & Contents

The packaging for the Lanfest Edition RAM is standard, being clear plastic and having a label containing the barcode along with the general specifications for this kit.
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