Introduction to the Crucial Ballistix Elite DDR3 1866 16GB Quad Kit
In my past days of retail it was very common for customers to come in the store and ask for memory. And it was also very common for people to come in and ask for a particular brand of memory. More some it is better to do with what has worked for them in the pass. If it isn’t broke don’t fix it type mentality. Many of us are like that and nothing wrong with it.
More often than so the brand asked for was Crucial. People have seen Crucial memory used in their HP, Compaq, Dell and various other systems and figured it worked then it works now. And when memory is used in picky systems like Apples and different servers chances are it will work for you. Crucial has been a leader in ram manufacturing for quite some time.
But many of us aren’t in OEM systems like these except when dealing with a broken system of a family member or neighbor. For many of us we are our own system builder, our systems normally comprised of components that many would not want to spend the money on as they don’t see the point. But we do. And when it comes to our systems we want the best. Well, the best we can afford.
Crucial has a line of ram what would be a worthy choice of a higher-end system. The Ballistix Elite series is designed for the gamers and enthusiasts in mind. Running in frequencies ranging from 1600 to 2133 MHz and kits size of 4 to 16 GB, Crucial as a kit for almost everyone. We will be taking a long look at the Elite 1866 MHz 16GB quad kit today.