Watch How Crucial Ballistix DRAM is Made

Chances are, if you're reading Tom's Hardware, you probably put a lot of thought into the various components and parts that make up your PC. But how much time do you spend thinking about where they come from, and how much do you know about how they're made? Our friends over at Crucial just sent us the video below, which shows the process that goes into creating its Ballistix DRAM as well as the testing process that Crucial DRAM goes through before it is shipped out. Check it out below:


How Crucial Ballistix is Made

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  • Nossy
    Crucial >>> Corsair.I have these rams and they are awesome. Never will go back to Corsair. All the pairs of Corsairs I've purchase usually have one stick go out within a year.
  • drwho1
    nice advertisement.
  • cappster
    That video reminds me of what it was like working in the FAB at Micron (I worked in Dry Etch). I also remember being miserable in those hot clean room suits for 12hrs a night. Twas a good job even though people were walked out of the building on the regular.