Adata launches xpg spectrix ddr4
ADATA recently announced that they will release XPG SPECTRIX D50 DDR4 RGB memory kit.
These memory kits have a performance level of up to 4800 MHz and a maximum capacity of 32 GB. The memory will also support the latest AMD and Intel chips.
In terms of latency, these DIMMs range from the lowest clock speed CL 162020 to the highest clock speed variant CL 192323.
XPG D50 is manufactured with high-quality chips and PCB, which can provide stability and reliability. ADATA’s XPG D50 also uses a solid radiator with a wall thickness of approximately 2 mm to improve durability.
For those who need help with overclocking, this memory also supports Intel XMP 2.0 to improve stability during overclocking without messing with the BIOS.
These kits will use geometric design and minimalist style, deeply loved by PC enthusiasts. This ADATA product adopts a simple and elegant design, and is also equipped with a triangular RGB panel, allowing you to take your style to the next level. The
RGB panel can be controlled by the XPG RGB Sync application or other RGB software included with the motherboard. The RGB panel can be switched between Static, Breathing and Comet modes. You can even use the music mode settings, which syncs your RGB lighting to whatever song you're listening to. ADATA
is releasing a number of different DDR4 memory models, with different sizes and speeds.
The 4800 MHz, 4600 MHz and 32 GB variants of the
ADATA will be available in May. All other models in the line will be available in April.
When and where these services are provided vary from region to region; this may also be affected by the outage caused by the COVID19 pandemic. If we hear any more updates on ADATA's new DDR4 memory series, we will notify you in time.