|商品尺寸||13.33 x 0.72 x 3.92 cm; 113 克|
|保修说明||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
+ ￥151.61 运费及进口关税
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Crucial 美光 Ballistix BL2K8G36C16U4R 3600 MHz DDR 4 DRAM, 台式机游戏内存套装 16GB (8GB x2) CL16, 红色
- 专为*新的 AMD 和 Intel 平台而设计
- XMP 2.0 支持自动超频或在 JEDEC 标准配置中运行
Legendary parts for legendary wins.
Get ready for the next evolution in Crucial gaming memory. The Crucial Ballistix and Crucial Ballistix Max lines feature high-quality Micron die, brilliant RGB, and dynamic heat spreaders for maximum performance.
Crucial: What legends are made of.
|Crucial Ballistix MAX||Crucial Ballistix MAX RGB||Crucial Ballistix||Crucial Ballistix RGB||Crucial Ballistix SODIMM|
|Speed||4000 MHz, 4400 MHz||4000 MHz, 4400 MHz||2400 MHz, 2666 MHz, 3000 MHz, 3200 MHz, 3600 MHz||3000 MHz, 3200 MHz, 3600 MHz||2666 MHz, 3200 MHz|
|Density||16GB (8GBx2), 32GB (16GBx2)||16GB (8GBx2), 32GB (16GBx2)||16GB (8GBx2), 32GB (16GBx2), 64GB (32GBx2)||16GB (8GBx2), 32GB (16GBx2), 64GB (32GBx2)||16GB (8GBx2), 32GB (16GBx2), 64GB (32GBx2)|
|Color options||Black||Black||Black, Red, White||Black, Red, White||Black/Silver|
|Manufacturer Die (= Micron)||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
Crucial Ballistix Max
Crucial Ballistix MAX gaming memory is designed for extreme overclocking and engineered for the latest AMD and Intel platforms.
Crucial Ballistix gaming memory is designed for high-performance overclocking and is ideal for gamers and performance enthusiasts looking to push beyond standard limits.
Bold RGB Effects
Customize your rig with 16 RGB LEDs in 8 zones on each module and control light patterns and brightness with software utilities.
Crucial Ballistix MAX RGB - Removable lightbar allows you to add your own custom 3D-printed lightbar.
Redefine Game Performance
XMP 2.0 support and pre-defined profiles let you overclock to extract maximum performance. Select the JEDEC default profile for standard performance.
We work with AMD and Intel, as well as motherboard designers and system builders, to ensure our memory is optimized for high performance.
As the manufacturer of memory components, we do more than bin parts. We optimize performance at the die level.
3600Mhz 16-18-18-38-58 1.35v certified.
I tried 3800Mhz with same timing and it was successful.
After using it for about a month, 3800 at 1.35v was unstable, seems like need more voltage.
After all, the clock is lowered and the voltage is raised one step further, so far it is in use without any problems.
(Ryzen 5 3600, msi b450 carbon ac, 3733Mhz 16-18-18-38 1.36v)
I then bought 2 more of 8gb ram by Crucial for 32gb total, 8x4gb at the stock speed of 2666mhz. This was fine, but it really didn't help much bc I was still at the stock speed of 2666, so in essence, I could tell, and feel, that it could be improved upon. I eventually did away with the 4x8 setup @2666 and went with this kit at 3200mhz, 16x2, with XMP enabled. I tried messing with timings to see if I could achieve CL15 or CL14, but every time I saved bios settings and rebooted, it kept throwing away XMP as well as my cpu overclock and rebooting everything to auto. So essentially, what I discovered is that at least with a Ryzen 5 3600 and an ASRock B450M-ibw(same as B450M/ac, just different bios), these Crucial Ballistix either don't like to be overclocked passed their stock XMP overclock settings, or the motherboard/bios doesn't like it. I have a feeling it's the ram that doesn't like it.
Full specs are:
Ryzen 5 3600 overclocked to 4200ghz @ 1.400volts
Crucial 32gb(16x2) 3200mhz CL16 with XMP enabled.
So right now with this setup, my best Cinebench rating is 1825, which I noticed beats out quite a few Ryzen 7 setups listed on Cinebench. I still have the stock PSU and graphics card which I'm itching to upgrade, but I haven't decided if I'm going to add 2 more 16x2 sticks for a total of 64gb. I know most activities won't benefit, but some will, so there's that.
Crucial is definitely solid kit. There's a reason they are as reputable as they are. Hope all that helps.
** Edit (as of 04/25/2020): I’ve upgraded to 64gb of ram, 16x4 with xmp enabled @3200mhz.
If this makes sense, overall it’s not faster per se, but does feel ‘smoother’. Everything feels effortless, almost like the cpu accesses to ram when it needs to for help, which is rare, but seems to ‘know it’s there when needed’, if you will. I’ve upgraded the cpu to an EVGA 750w Gold, the graphics card is now an RTX 2060 Super and I’ve put a Noctua U12A cpu cooler on the cpu which has allowed me to squeeze the overclocking to 4.3 @ 1.375. I’ve upgraded the intake and exhaust fans to Noctua F12’s and this thing is not only stable as mountain, but quiet as a mouse. I have an air purifier in my room that is louder than this thing. Anyway, just some tweaks I thought I’d add. Well worth it. Ram is excellent, can’t go wrong.
MSI B450-A Pro Max
*crucial ballistix gaming memory 3200
a few samsung 860 evos
bfg nvidia gtx 275 (upgrading next)
500w corsair psu
bought these for my ryzen 5 3600 build, on an MSI B450 TOMAHAWK MAX, and they work just fine, when you first turn the system on they will read at a lower speed, so you have to go in to the bios and turn on the XMP, once you do that they will read at 3200.
other then that, looks great, easy to use, and works good, i have been using ballistix for my last 3 builds and have never had a problem with them.