Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB DDR4 Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅17-04-18
Packaging & Product
Ballistix have packaged the Tactical Tracer RGB in a small plastic carton, with clear sections to allow a glimpse of the modules inside. Capacity, speed and voltage is all listed on the front.

The reverse side of the packet gives information about faster speeds and lower latencies and Intel XMP profiles being preloaded onto the DIMMs.

The “left” side of the modules feature all of the relevant stickers, regarding latency timings, frequencies, serial numbers and safety information. There’s also two plastic pins on each module, these hold the translucent RGB diffuser in place on the top of each module; they can be replaced with 3D Printed alternatives which you can create yourself. Those pins also prevent the modules from moving excessively within the DIMM slots on the motherboard by joining all 4 modules together.

The heatspreaders on each module help to limit any thermal throttling which could occur under extreme usage or in poor airflow areas. They also look excellent in gun-metal grey.

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