Crucial is now releasing its Ballistix line of DDR3 RAM kits with either 6 GB or 4G of total memory designed for users who want to push the performance boundaries. The RAM modules have thermal fins to help dissipate heat along with built-in thermal sensors. The 6 GB kit, DDR3-1866, uses three 2 GB modules while the DDR-2000 is the 4 GB capacity and utilizes two 2 GB modules. Each module connects to a 240-pin DIMM slot on your motherboard and the kits are designed for Intel Core i5 or i7 systems. The 4 GB kit is available at $140 while the three channel 6 GB kit is selling for $150.
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