Recently, Micron sent over a 2666MHz 16GB kit of their all-new Tactical Tracer RGB DDR4 RAM for me to review. How could I refuse?
I was planning on having a break over Christmas and doing no Play3r work whatsoever… until I was asked “wanna take a look at a top secret new product, before any news of it has been broken to the public?”
Recently, Micron sent over a 16GB kit of their all-new Tactical Tracer RBG RAM for me to show you an overview of. The video is linked inside so check that out too.
On the test bench is a set of DDR4 memory from Ballistix, the Sport LT 2666MHz 16GB kit in white to be exact! Any good? Read and find out for yourself
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