Tactical Tracer DDR4

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Tactical Tracer DDR4

When they become available ram Tactical Tracer DDR4?

Thank you

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Re: Tactical Tracer DDR4

Hi Ivansuper,

 

Thanks for contacting us today. Unfortunately, we do not have an ETA yet on when DDR4 Tactical Tracers will be available. We expect that they should be available eventually as we did have them in our DDR3 and DDR2 line ups.





YogiH, Crucial Moderator, US


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Re: Tactical Tracer DDR4

@Ivansuper Our Ballstix Tactical Tracer DDR4 RGB has finally launched. Check out the announcement here





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Re: Tactical Tracer DDR4

hello,

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