Performance memory for everyone
Serious gamers are serious about our award-winning Ballistix and Ballistix Tracer products. At Crucial, we engineer these products to deliver the fastest, most reliable memory for gaming and performance enthusiasts.
But why should the most hardcore gamers have all of the fun?
If you‘re new to performance memory and like what Ballistix has to offer, the Crucial Ballistix Sport Series is a great place to start. This line was created for mainstream users and general enthusiasts. They feature heat spreaders for thermal performance -- along with standard timings and voltages, making this reliable, quality module ideal for maximum stability and compatibility.
Unlike traditional Ballistix products, those industry -standard specifications require no special or tricky BIOS configuration. That means this product installs easily, so you can get up and running quickly. And, it’s priced affordably—so you can have your fun and stay on budget.
Crucial Ballistix Sports Series memory is backed by our outstanding service and support, enjoys a limited lifetime warranty, and is guaranteed compatible.
I tried install both of the RAM together on my motherboard (Gateway RS780), but after installing it my PC refuses to boot. The PC powers up, but my screen stays completely blank.
Type #1 - http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/ct25664aa800
Type #2 - http://www.amazon.com/Crucial-CT2CP25664AA667-240-pin-PC2-5300-Memory/dp/B000SOVVUQ (Couldn't locate the crucial link)
I bought Type 1 ram today costing me a little over $51 and I must say, I am not very impressed at all.
I have 4 slots, 3 are filled with Type 2 ram.
The two parts are basically the same. When you order online by system information, you are shown what we refer to as an “external” part number, in your case number CT4027395. It is a system specific number and is mapped exclusively to the Lenovo IdeaPad Z400. The longer part number, CT1064BF160B, is the one that would you see printed on your module, and that is the actual module part number, or the "base" part number. There are other specifications to memory than the basic ones published on the site, and they sometimes requires us to filter out a certain build of a part for a specific system. The external part number can accomplish this, since we can build filters into them when necessary. Those filters are also the reason that we can only guarantee compatibility if you order by system; the external part number tells us which computer you are ordering for. If you order by specifications we don't know what model of computer you have, and that makes it impossible to guarantee compatibility.
Thanks for contacting us today. A download for this information can be found here. You will need to use the Micron part number MT36KSZF2G72LDZ-1G6 (this is the Micron equivalent to CT16G3ELSLQ8160B) for finding this download on the link above. Please let me know if you have any other questions or concerns.
I'm looking at getting a new pc, and went to check what kind of ram I need, but I think the information is wrong.
The specification for the pc state is takes ram running at 1333mhz, yet the advisor tells me to get 1600mhz.
The pc is a gigabyte Brix GB-BXA8-5545.
Hope someone can help clarify.