Micron’s Crucial brand discontinued Ballistix memory modules last year. Crucial today introduced the new Pro series of RAM. In it, the manufacturer will produce DDR5-5600 and DDR4-3200 RAM modules. Against the background of conventional memory modules, Crucial UDIMM Classic novelties are distinguished by the presence of a heat sink.
Crucial DDR4-3200 Pro RAM modules use environmentally friendly circuit boards. Like other Crucial DDR5 memory modules, the Crucial DDR5-5600 Pro memory sticks are made of black textolite.
Crucial DDR5 Pro Series memory supports AMD EXPO and Intel XMP 3.0 overclocking profiles. DDR4 modules of the same series work with Intel XMP 2.0 overclocking profiles. Crucial DDR5-5600 Pro sticks are said to operate at CL46-46-45-45 timings and 1.1V. They are released as dual-channel kits with a total volume of 32 GB (2 × 16 GB).
The Crucial DDR4-3200 Pro modules, on the other hand, operate at CL22-22-22 timings, at 1.2V, and will also be available as dual-channel 32GB kits.
The Crucial DDR5-5600 Pro dual-channel memory kit with a total capacity of 32GB costs $115, which is $11 more expensive than a memory kit of the same standard but without a heatsink. The manufacturer, in turn, priced the Crucial DDR4-3200 Pro 32GB memory kit at $70, which is $12 more expensive than the version without a heatsink.