Reviews and Problems with Crucial BLT2CP4G3D1869DT2TXRGCEU
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It's what you want for low profile memory
RONNIE B., Newegg
3 weeks ago
Summary: If you're concerned about memory compatibility with your motherboard or need low profile modules, this is your last stop.
Pros: Have been using Crucial memory for as long as I can remember. It's good stuff, and never lets me down. These particular modules only have heat spreaders on the sides, so they allow good clearance when the taller stuff just won't fit with your CPU cooler. Probably the most compatible DDR3 memory a...
Summary: I originally bought this kit a little over a year ago for a new X99 build - I decided to go with just 8GB, as DDR4 prices were quite high at the time. I was a little worried about compatibility between the 2 kits, as sometimes mixing kits can cause problems, but I plugged these in and they worked...
Pros: Simple, quick upgrade to allow Quad-channel mode on X99 platform Black PCB and understated colors blend in nicely with just about any build
Summary: I love it works with no lag I'm buying another one to upgrade to 16 gb just for the hel* of it and to have extra space for when i really need it great product crucial never let me down on memory sticks exceeded my expectations period.
Summary: I won't purchase these again, the cost savings wasn't worth the hassle. I went upscale to G.Skill and have had no issues since. I've even heard of Crucial switching IC manufacturers on the same part number. That can cause a world of trouble with RAM and its just not worth the risk.
Pros: Cheap! Low profile compared to most RAM.
Cons: Doesn't work. These went in an ASUS RVE which is known for being very very RAM friendly. One stick was dead and another had a 40% drop out, at the kits rated speed. Return process is horrible, they just assume you are a criminal and are trying to scam them, but I provided ample documentation of t...