Ballistix Sport LT Grau BLS2K8G4D32AESBK 16GB DDR4 Kit [BLS2K8G4D32AESBK] is a memory kit that is ideal for gamers and high-performance fans. The user can buy a memory with a radiator in three color variations: in white, gray and red colors.
A multi-channel memory architecture maximizes data transfer rates. The memory is optimized for the latest Intel 300 Series platforms and has an out of the box speed of 3200 MHz (PC4-25600U).
- Brand Name: Crucial
- Item model number BLS2K8G4D32AESBK
- Hardware Platform: PC
- Color: Gray
- Computer Memory Type DDR4 SDRAM
- Form factor DIMM 288 pin
- RAM 16 GB DDR4
- Memory Speed 3200 MHz
- Heatspreader: yes
- CAS Latency (CL) 16
- RAS to CAS Delay (tRCD) 18
- Row Precharge Delay (tRP) 18
- XMP Support
- Item Weight 1.28 ounces
- Product Dimensions 5.2 x 0.2 x 1.3 inches
- Item Dimensions L x W x H 5.25 x 0.22 x 1.27 inches
- Voltage 1.35 volts
Get more out of your memory. Ballistix Sport LT Grau BLS2K8G4D32AESBK 16GB DDR4 Kit [BLS2K8G4D32AESBK] memory gives your processor the resources it needs to perform.
Get faster speeds and run demanding games and apps with ease. Multitask at will with increased bandwidth. And strike first with better latencies and reduced lead times.
With a stealth digital camo design and integrated heat spreader, Ballistix Sport LT comes in red, white, and gray.
Install with ease
Designed for performance enthusiasts, gamers, and anyone who simply wants to get more out of their system, Ballistix makes installation a cinch. Just plug-and-play, and get ready to win with XMP 2.0 profiles and little to no BIOS configuration.
Micron quality: Pro gamer reliability
Backed by competitive warranties, a hardcore community of fans, and a dedicated gamer support team, Ballistix memory is ready to take your in-game performance to the next level.
How do set the memory speed
If your system supports XMP, the easiest way to optimize your Ballistix memory is to enable XMP in your system’s UEFI/BIOS. Please refer to your owner’s manual for instructions specific to your system.
Can mix Ballistix memory with another brand of memory?
In most cases, you can mix manufacturer parts, however, all memory in the system will run at the slowest performance of the installed parts. To maximize performance, we recommend that you install your memory in matched pairs.
My Ballistix memory is not running at the rated speed. What is going on?
To optimize your Ballistix memory, you will need to enable XMP in your system’s UEFI/BIOS. Please refer to your owner’s manual for instructions specific to your system.
Will the Ballistix memory work with my CPU cooler?
Some CPU coolers will restrict access to the memory slots on certain motherboards. Our Ballistix modules vary in height, depending on the model. We highly recommend confirming the amount of space you have available.
I just installed my memory and my system will not boot. What do I do?
When a system doesn’t boot after a memory upgrade, it is usually because the memory isn’t fully pressed into the slot. For DIMM memory, press memory until the retaining clips click.
Customers in their reviews noted the excellent ability of RAM for overclocking. One of the users managed to disperse it to 3600 Mhz with timings 16-16-19-16-36-58. Among the main advantages of the kit: high-quality Micron chips, a beautiful camouflage design of memory and heat-spreaders. Many buyers noted reliability, good cooling of radiators, excellent overclocking ability and low cost.
Works with Alienware Aurora R7
Review from United States customer from November 17, 2018
Capacity: 64GB Kit (16GBx4) DRStyle: 2666 MHz CL16Color: RedVerified Purchase
Worked fine with my R7, which is apparently picky about memory. Be aware that the period between power on and when the video output starts up is much longer, and the first time you fire it up it is even longer still. I almost concluded the memory was bad before the BIOS opened a screen saying “Memory size has changed….”, but then things went fine. So give the first boot a minute or so.
Positive customer review from Amazon site
Works perfectly in my Ryzen 7 1700 build.
Review from the United States buyer from April 6, 2017 [Verified Purchase]
Capacity: 32GB Kit (8GBx4) DR Style: 2400 MHz CL16 Color: Gray
Works perfectly in my Ryzen 7 1700 build at it’s full speed of 2400Mhz. Motherboard I used is the Asus Prime PB350-Plus and it’s been rock solid. When I first got the mobo it has the 0406 BIOS. all 4 sticks worked. I later upgraded to the 0503 BIOS and now the 0513. No problems.
I don’t overclock. The machine is plenty fast enough for modern games, and doing 4K video editing…. or both at the same time! Happy with this ram and it looks great in my NZXT Noctis 450 black and red build.
One thing to keep in mind is that Ryzen seems to perform better on faster memory. If you have a motherboard that can support quicker RAM, and you want to get the most out of your processor, even on stock speeds, this may not be the choice for you.
Hope this is helpful.
Positive feedback about memory from USA customer from Amazon
Does not peform as well as previous Ballistix Sport kit
Review from USA customer from December 14, 2018 [Verified Purchase]
Capacity: 8GB Kit (4GBx2) SR Style: 2400 MHz CL16 Color: Gray
I don’t like how Amazon is lumping together reviews of different products by the same manufacturer. It ignores how different these products actually are. I’m reviewing the Ballistix Sport LT 8GB Kit (4GBx2) DDR4 2400 (BLS2K4G4D240FSB (Gray)). This kit was a bit of a disappointment compared to a similar kit I bought a few months ago. The previously purchased memory was also a Ballistix Sport LT 8GB Kit (4GBx2) DDR4 2400, but it had the white heat spreaders (BLS2K4G4D240FSC), instead of the gray. The first kit proved to be capable of easily running at DDR 3066 MHz speed, using 16-16-16-39 timings. This current kit, which I am reviewing now, barely can barely reach 3066 MHz. It requires relaxing the timings to 16-18-18-39 and using more voltage than the previous kit required in order to achieve this speed. Because the chips are covered by heat spreaders, which are probably attached with adhesive thermal tape, I cannot say if there is a difference in the chips being used or whether this is due to some variation in manufacturing quality of the chips.
I am now running both kits together on an Asrock X370 PRO4 motherboard with an Ryzen 5 2600. I was unable to run the four modules together at 3066 MHz, but they do seem to be stable at 2933 MHz with 16-18-18-18-39-55-CR=1T timings (the sub-timings are the Auto timings for this speed) and 1.35 volts.
Negative feedback from Amazon user