Wednesday, 18 July 2018 07:50

Ballistix Sport AT Gaming memory released in TUF alliance

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Gaming RAM manufacturer, Ballistix, today announced its new Ballistix Sport AT memory line, in support of the ASUS TUF Gaming Alliance.

Ballistix is the gaming-focused brand of Micron Technology, who also sells its RAM under the Crucial and Micron brands.

The ASUS TUF Gaming Alliance is a collaboration between ASUS and other industry partners that ensures specification-compatible and aesthetic-compatible components for easier system building at a competitive price.

The new Ballistix Sport AT range offers memory with densities up to 16GB, speeds up to 3000MT/s, a lifetime limited warranty, and a unique new heat spreader.

Ballistix is the only major gaming brand of memory that is built and tested from start to finish as part of a major manufacturer.

The new Sport AT heatspreaders are designed specifically to visually complement products from other members of the TUF Gaming Alliance, including ASUS, Cooler Master and InWin. Additionally, XMP 2.0 profiles enable an easier install, regardless of skill level.

“We’re thrilled to collaborate with ASUS, a best-in-class brand, to develop products for the TUF Gaming Alliance,” said Jim Jardine, Director of Ballistix Product Marketing. “The TUF Gaming Alliance offers enthusiasts a blend of compatibility, durability, and aesthetics – the same qualities Ballistix has been known for since it launched more than a decade ago.”

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