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    News - Crucial takes its Ballistix memory to the gym

    After a heavy workout, here comes the Ballistix Sport series.
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    Re: News - Crucial takes its Ballistix memory to the gym

    DDR2? That's one up from a slate, isn't it?

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    Re: News - Crucial takes its Ballistix memory to the gym

    Please stop trying to make analogies. I beg of you.

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    Re: News - Crucial takes its Ballistix memory to the gym

    Your feeble use of the analogy is as pathetic as a fish using a chocolate teapot... on a motorbike... err

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