Yet, Crucial isn't just about providing memory to the mainstream consumer, they've also chosen to focus on the enthusiast sector over time, doing so by releasing video cards based on ATI's VPUs, being greeted only with success. With all of these enthusiast products, Crucial still lacked one thing - a line of memory dedicated to the enthusiast. While many of their modules had already been adopted by overclockers and gamers worldwide, this just wasn't enough. With the launch of the Ballistix Series in mid 2004, Crucial made some serious waves within the Enthusiast community - bringing premium quality modules with incredible Overclocking potential to the table at incredible prices to boot. Such an action turned heads in the hardware and enthusiast communities, and any initial doubts about the success of Ballistix was quickly dispelled as enthusiasts quickly began to gobble the memory up, and followed positive review after review, Crucial's here to stay. Let's see if these Ballistix modules we've got on the block today are worth their weight in gold.
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