Crucial Ballistix Tactical 32GB DDR4-3000 Memory Kit Review

Conclusion and Verdict

Crucial Ballistix Tactical is an interesting, high quality memory. We had no problems with stability or compatibility of the tested memory kit. Even though these were actually four single packed memory modules, all was working great. Of course the same memory is available in kits of two or four. It doesn’t really matter as memory with the same product number will work together.


The Tactical memory is well designed. Heatsinks are maybe not low but are not much taller than the standard DDR4 height. It’s still low enough to work with any available CPU cooling solution. Heatsinks are also quite unique. I don’t think there are any other memory kits which look similar to Ballistix Tactical.

We could say that overclocking could be better but it’s never guaranteed and considering our maximal memory frequency there is a chance that other users will be able to stabilize this memory at DDR4-3200 or higher.

Price of 32GB Ballistix Tactical kit is about $275 on Amazon what isn’t cheap. It’s actually somewhere in the middle and I’m not sure if it’s somehow related to price changes on the memory market or something else.

Like all other Crucial memory kits, the Ballistix Tactical is also covered by lifetime warranty. Support is also really helpful so if you have any issues then don’t hesitate to contact them. I’ve never had any issues with Crucial memory kits but it’s only electronics so better to have good support on your side. Buy now at Amazon –


Final words:

Crucial Ballistix Tactical 32GB DDR4-3000 memory kit is well designed, high quality memory kit which should satisfy all gamers and those who need fast memory for daily work.

Crucial’s Tactical memory is clearly worth our recommendation! 




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Bartosz Waluk aka Woomack is from Poland. He's been interested in computer hardware and extreme overclocking for over 15 years. Bartosz has also over 12 years experience in IT what includes sales, technical support and computer building ... but not only. He joined the Funky Kit team in January 2013.