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The new Ballistix Sport AT DDR4 memory takes things a different direction, look-wise, thanks to its association with the ASUS TUF Gaming Alliance. A collaboration between the well-known and respected hardware maker and trusted brands like Ballistix.

One of the Ballistix Sport AT DDR4’s most impressive features comes part in parcel with the ASUS TUF Gaming Alliance look – and that is the custom heat-sinks with deep yellow highlights. When coupled with the right board it allows the memory to blend in a way rarely seen. Subtle and effective. It’s something that falls perfectly into Ballistix Sport memory line – which is built primarily for gaming to offer reliable and robust speeds with additional avenues for customisation thanks to the cooling.

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