Layout, design and features …
The Ballistix Max series from Crucial is surprisingly simple and, unlike the Crucial Ballistix Max RGB, comes without LEDs. The module itself looks very robust and has an unobtrusive black design with purposeful heatspreaders.
The capacity and the specification of the XMP profile can be seen on the back of the RAM module.
Viewed from above, the “Ballistix Max” lettering is the only highlight.
When installed, it looks very inconspicuous and fits in well with many a visual concept.
If the RAM modules look a bit too boring, you can design your own light bar. Of course, this is only possible if you have a 3D printer. Crucial offers 3D printing templates for download for the experienced modder. More details can be found on the manufacturer page.
As already mentioned, the Ballistix Max kit is also available as an RGB variant for a small surcharge. From a technical point of view, this is completely identical to the kit tested here.
Now we come to the Crucial Ballistix Max benchmark values and test results …