DDR2 great says Crucial: AMD disagrees

 WE’VE HAD the diamond geezers from Crucial on the blower today, telling us that their new Tracer memory is now available in DDR2 667 and DDR1 500 speeds.

The Tracer line of Ballistix modules from Crucial, a division of Micron, features top-specced RAM with funky flashing LEDs on top. The RAM is low latency, making it perfect for overclockers looking to squeeze every last drop of performance out of their system. That’s what Crucial reckons, anyhoo.

For the hardcore users, Crucial is offering this memory in 1GB sticks, meaning you can easily equip your ninja rig with 4GB of system RAM, should you have the wonga and the nerve to withstand the flashing lights.”


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