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Enter to Win Crucial Ballistix Smart Tracer RAM!

When it comes to memory, the more the merrier. We've partnered with Crucial to give away five sets of 4GB kit Crucial Ballistix Smart Tracer DDR3-1600 Memory, valued at $90.99 each!

The Ballistix Smart Tracer features activity-indicating LEDs on the top edge and ground-effect LEDs along the bottom. Add to it the downloadable MOD utility, and you get the real-time temperature monitoring-and more! Play with even more bling-customized by you. These Smart Tracer modules are available in either Blue/Orange or Red/Green LED color combinations that you can manipulate in real time, switching up the color options. In addition, select from four different LED patterns, adjust brightness, or turn the LEDs on/off. All of this can be done on-the-fly! Turn on the lights — and turn up your performance — with Ballistix Smart Tracer memory.

Entering the contest is simple – all you need to do is fill in the relevant details into this form and you're entered to win.

Contest is limited to residents of the USA (Excluding R.I.) 18 years of age and older. Contest starts on March, 10, 2011 12:01 am, Pacific Standard Time and closes on March 25, 2011 11:59 PM, Pacific Standard Time.

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  • Snipergod87
    Woo, I love the tracer RAM, the lights are awesome.
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  • woshitudou
    4gb ram? What is this, 2006?
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  • fausto
    hope i win...my motehrboard can handle ddr2 and ddr3....would like to step up
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  • AMD_pitbull
    Honestly, the added lighting makes it look cheap, imo.
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  • lamorpa
    I suspect that turning on the LEDs doesn't actually 'turn up your performance'
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  • zinabas
    Would it be too much to ask for a computer that only has lights for power and hard drive activity. Maybe one more for the power supply for safety's sake. I don't want a video card that glows with a fan that glow next to a cpu fan that glows next to ram that glows on a motherboard that glows. Who told them that lights were cool. (By them I mean every hardware manufacturer.) Last time I check there wasn't an aftermarket cpu cooler on the egg that didn't light up except 2 low profile server models and one old on for LGA775.
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  • bv90andy
    first: Contest is limited to residents of the USA... come on... this is a world wide website.
    second... we already have 4GB ram from another company, so we would have to give up those for these.. pretty pointless.
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  • lamorpa
    bv90andywe already have 4GB ram from another company, so we would have to give up those for these.. pretty pointless.Yeah, that free stuff is a ripoff!
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  • tomsresults
    lamorpaYeah, that free stuff is a ripoff!Yeah, I just hate free stuff. And i am going to leave a long rant about how the free stuff isn't good enough.
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  • slothy89
    zinabas*snip* Last time I check there wasn't an aftermarket cpu cooler on the egg that didn't light up except 2 low profile server models and one old on for LGA775.All Prolimatech Coolers? All Noctua Coolers? All Scythe Coolers? Most Arctic Cooling Coolers? At least half the Coolermaster Coolers?

    All of the above DON'T have LED Fans, therefor don't glow.. OH and the majority work on 775, 1555/1556, 1366, and AM2/+, AM3.

    So either your search criteria on NewEgg is very limited, or you're just blind/dumb... In fact, the first two pages (of 12) of CPU Coolers on NewEgg have only a few LED coolers listed, most are non LED.. LOL!

    But I do agree, LEDs on your RAM modules? Hope they're powered externally not over the RAM Bus... O_o
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