Summary: Because there is a lot of system tweaking that goes along with clocking up memory to non-standard speeds, we haven't included a lot of "real world" benchmarks. Often, in order to get the memory to run at speeds other than 1066MHz, 1333MHz, or 1600MHz, the motherboard bus and CPU must be clocked up in order to achieve these speeds.
Pros: Awesome custom lighting, Software monitoring of DDR3 temperatures!, XMP profile, Decent overclocking kit at CL9
Cons: Doesn't overclock much at CL8, Only 2GB sticks available currently
Crucial Ballistix Tracer 4GB DDR3 1333MHz Memory Unboxing Video
15 September 2010
Excerpt: Today we are unboxing the Crucial Ballistix Tracer 4GB DDR3 1333MHz memory module kit. It comes in a simple brown box with a Crucial security seal. Inside the box we can find an instructions booklet and the memory modules in seperate anti static bags with relevant serial numbers on.