11-11-2009 11:07 AM - last edited on 07-27-2017 02:46 PM by Crucial_YogiH
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11-11-2009 11:08 AM
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11-11-2009 11:12 AM
It depends on what you use your computer for.
Because the Ballistix product line was designed to run at speeds above and beyond industry standard specifications, Ballistix is not for the mainstream computer user. The Ballistix product line was developed specifically for gamers and power users who are trying to squeeze every bit of performance out of their systems.
If you're a casual computer user, sending e-mail, surfing the Web, or downloading photos from your digital camera, then Ballistix probably isn't the product match for your needs. The Crucial standard line is likely the right memory for you.
11-11-2009 11:18 AM
Every motherboard is different. Check the documentation that came with your system, or visit your motherboard manufacturer's Web site for information about your particular system.