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Ballistix Sport AT gaming memory gets TUF

05 Aug 2018

Ballistix has announced the immediate availability of Ballistix Sport AT memory in support of ASUS’ TUF Gaming Alliance. Developed as a collaboration between ASUS, Ballistix, and other trusted industry partners, TUF Gaming Alliance endeavours to ensure easier system building, the best compatibility, and complementary aesthetics from components to cases.

“Our TUF Gaming Alliance relationship with Ballistix, the memory brand of choice for so many gamers, offers customers and partners an exciting new product for PC builds,” said Sharon Pan, Division Director of the ASUS Motherboard Channel PM Department. “On the heels of all the positive feedback at Computex 2018, we’re looking forward to a successful collaboration with Ballistix as we continue to create products that excel in both performance and aesthetics.”

The Ballistix Sport AT modules are now available in densities up to 16GB and speeds up to 3000 MT/s, and are guaranteed compatible with ASUS TUF GAMING motherboards. The new Sport AT heatspreaders are designed specifically to visually complement products from other members of the TUF Gaming Alliance, including ASUS, Cooler Master and InWin.

“We’re thrilled to collaborate with ASUS, a best-in-class brand, to develop products for the TUF Gaming Alliance,” said Jim Jardine, Director of Ballistix Product Marketing. “The TUF Gaming Alliance offers enthusiasts a blend of compatibility, durability, and aesthetics – the same qualities Ballistix has been known for since it launched more than a decade ago.”

Ballistix Sport AT modules are available now at Crucial.com and through select retail partners.

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