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Ballistix Sport LT 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) SR x8 DIMM 288-Pin - BLS2K8G4D240FSEK (Red)
256.92 SAR

Ballistix Sport LT 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) SR x8 DIMM 288-Pin - BLS2K8G4D240FSEK (Red)

by  Ballistix, Memory Modules - 1 review

256.92 SAR 

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  • Speeds start at 2400 MT/s
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    BLS2K8G4D240FSEK is a 16GB Kit consisting of (2) 8GB DDR4 single rank desktop modules that operates at speeds up to 2400 MT/s and has a CL16 latency. It is an Unbuffered DIMM. It conforms to the industry standard DDR4 UDIMM layout of 288 pins and is compatible with systems that take DDR4 2400MT/s UDIMM memory.


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    By user-MFLTA41 on 16 September 2019

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  • INSANELY overclockable and reliable RAM that works great for Ryzen builds
    By Shibiwan on 07 February 2019

    Bought this for a Ryzen 3 2200G build. XMP profile set it at 2933MT/s with 16-18-18-18-38 timings and booted up without any issues. Note that the closest you can get to 3000MT/s on a Ryzen platform is 2933MT/s . When overclocking, I stepped up from 2933MT/s to 3200MT/s (15-19-19-39 @ 1.35V) with no problems. I was very surprised to find that it was able to pushed to 3466MT/s at 16-20-20-41 timings if you set it manually. The system is stable on my 3466MT/s settings on an MSI B350 PC Mate board even after a 24-hour memory stress test.

    103 people found this review helpful

    Published on Amazon.com

  • Works perfectly in my Ryzen 7 1700 build.
    By Kiteless on 06 April 2017

    Works perfectly in my Ryzen 7 1700 build at it's full speed of 2400Mhz. Motherboard I used is the Asus Prime PB350-Plus and it's been rock solid. When I first got the mobo it has the 0406 BIOS. all 4 sticks worked. I later upgraded to the 0503 BIOS and now the 0513. No problems.

    I don't overclock. The machine is plenty fast enough for modern games, and doing 4K video editing.... or both at the same time! Happy with this ram and it looks great in my NZXT Noctis 450 black and red build.

    One thing to keep in mind is that Ryzen seems to perform better on faster memory. If you have a motherboard that can support quicker RAM, and you want to get the most out of your processor, even on stock speeds, this may not be the choice for you.

    Hope this is helpful.

    56 people found this review helpful

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  • Works with Alienware Aurora R7
    By Roy S. on 17 November 2018

    Worked fine with my R7, which is apparently picky about memory. Be aware that the period between power on and when the video output starts up is much longer, and the first time you fire it up it is even longer still. I almost concluded the memory was bad before the BIOS opened a screen saying "Memory size has changed....", but then things went fine. So give the first boot a minute or so.

    32 people found this review helpful

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  • Lasted ~ a Year and a Half
    By dale on 15 December 2018

    UPDATE 1: Went to get an RMA (return material authorization), and their site directed me to a customer service link that took me to a Page Not Found (see attached video).

    UPDATE 2: I put in the wrong number. The number is not FH116B5, or the longer BL* number. It's 323078. Once I put in the right material number, I didn't get the red error with the bad link. I was able to complete the form to get an RMA sent to my email address.

    UPDATE 3: I still haven't sent the memory back because of the RMA requirements of using the original "clamshell" and antistatic bag. I don't have that anymore. So, if you order this ram, make sure you keep your box, etc.

    I think it worked okay for about a year and a half. Then my Windows and games started crashing intermittently. I analyzed the BSOD (blue screens of death) and then Googled. This led me to running the Windows Memory Diagnostics utility. Even before it scanned the memory it detected an issue. I took out the two Ballistic 4 GB modules out and re-ran diagnostics. Immediately the issue was no longer detected. Windows stopped crashing and my computer actually seemed faster without the extra 8 GB memory.

    27 people found this review helpful

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  • Does not peform as well as previous Ballistix Sport kit
    By Spacecomber on 14 December 2018

    I don't like how Amazon is lumping together reviews of different products by the same manufacturer. It ignores how different these products actually are. I'm reviewing the Ballistix Sport LT 8GB Kit (4GBx2) DDR4 2400 (BLS2K4G4D240FSB (Gray)). This kit was a bit of a disappointment compared to a similar kit I bought a few months ago. The previously purchased memory was also a Ballistix Sport LT 8GB Kit (4GBx2) DDR4 2400, but it had the white heat spreaders (BLS2K4G4D240FSC), instead of the gray. The first kit proved to be capable of easily running at DDR 3066 MHz speed, using 16-16-16-39 timings. This current kit, which I am reviewing now, barely can barely reach 3066 MHz. It requires relaxing the timings to 16-18-18-39 and using more voltage than the previous kit required in order to achieve this speed. Because the chips are covered by heat spreaders, which are probably attached with adhesive thermal tape, I cannot say if there is a difference in the chips being used or whether this is due to some variation in manufacturing quality of the chips.

    I am now running both kits together on an Asrock X370 PRO4 motherboard with an Ryzen 5 2600. I was unable to run the four modules together at 3066 MHz, but they do seem to be stable at 2933 MHz with 16-18-18-18-39-55-CR=1T timings (the sub-timings are the Auto timings for this speed) and 1.35 volts.

    Bottom line is that there is nothing wrong with these chips, but they seem relatively ordinary, especially compared to the first set that I bought.

    PS: Both kits are identified as Single Rank Modules by CPU-Z and HWiNFO64.

    25 people found this review helpful

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