Thursday, April 18th 2019

ADATA Launches XPG SPECTRIX D60G DDR4 Memory Module

ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products, and mobile accessories today announces the launch of the SPECTRIX D60G DDR4 memory module. The XPG SPECTRIX D60G DDR4 memory features a unique dual RGB light diffuser design that gives it the largest RGB surface area of any memory module! What's more, it sports a wide frequency range from 3200-4133MHz and supports Intel XMP 2.0 profiles for easy overclocking.

The D60G sports more RGB lighting per mm² than any other memory module out there, which equates to over 60% of the module's surface area. The fully exposed light diffusers are extra-wide for maximum effect, and combined with a mesmerizing multi-colored flow effect users will outshine their competition! The unique avant-garde styling of the D60G will also turn heads. It includes XPG's signature X-light design with a diamond-inspired, multi-faceted surface that is a cut above the rest.
Programmable RGB Lighting
Users can customize their gaming experiences with programmable lighting effects! They can set up patterns, pulse speed, lighting intensity, and more. Control is hassle-free with the XPG RGB Sync app. If users already have an existing RGB light control software from a major motherboard maker, they can use that too.

Stable, Durable, and Reliable
The D60G is built with high-quality chips and a metal heat sink for excellent signal integrity, reliability, and stability, which effectively extends the lifespan of the memory module. What's more, Intel Extreme Memory Profiles (XMP) 2.0 make overclocking a snap and enhance system stability. Instead of adjusting individual parameters in BIOS, users can do it right through their PC's operating system.
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37 Comments on ADATA Launches XPG SPECTRIX D60G DDR4 Memory Module

#1
Crackong
Heatsink with RGB x
RGB Strip disguised as a heatsink o
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#2
dj-electric
We're coming into a complete circle of having no cooling, just RGB on DIMMs.
From the company who brought you "some liquid in a chamber that contributes absolutely nothing to cooling" on DIMMs, claiming it has "built in water cooling"
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#4
Vayra86
cucker tarlson, post: 4032914, member: 173472"
at least the design is nice.
WTF happened to your avatar :D Speaking of design

cucker tarlson, post: 4032922, member: 173472"
look at my badges.
*sound of penny dropping*
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#5
cucker tarlson
Vayra86, post: 4032921, member: 152404"
WTF happened to your avatar :D Speaking of design
look at my badges.
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#6
lynx29
I used to have a power supply expert badge, it really should not have been removed, I know hot testing, cold testing, and have read every single power supply review on johnnyguru website.

No idea why mods removed it, I felt I wasn't qualified at first, but in retrospect I am and deserve that damn tag. It's not my fault there is never much to talk about regarding PSU's.
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#7
dj-electric
lynx29, post: 4032928, member: 153071"
I used to have a power supply expert badge, it really should not have been removed, I know hot testing, cold testing, and have read every single power supply review on johnnyguru website.

No idea why mods removed it, I felt I wasn't qualified at first, but in retrospect I am and deserve that damn tag. It's not my fault there is never much to talk about regarding PSU's.
You're not being serious, right?
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#8
lynx29
dj-electric, post: 4032938, member: 87186"
You're not being serious, right?
Umm why not? Vast majority of people know nothing about power supplies outside of 80+ voluntary rating systems. I even know what caps are good, etc thanks to JohnnyGuru reviews site.
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#9
Chloe Price
When looking at this RGB craziness (yeah, I have also some lighting in my PC, but still), feels kinda funny that I have naked DDR4 myself.
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#10
cucker tarlson
lynx29, post: 4032928, member: 153071"
I used to have a power supply expert badge, it really should not have been removed, I know hot testing, cold testing, and have read every single power supply review on johnnyguru website.

No idea why mods removed it, I felt I wasn't qualified at first, but in retrospect I am and deserve that damn tag. It's not my fault there is never much to talk about regarding PSU's.
come on,those badges are not for serious.
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#12
EarthDog
I do like the frosted rgb.... hate to say it.
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#13
cucker tarlson
EarthDog, post: 4032949, member: 79836"
I do like the frosted rgb.... hate to say it.






Badges are a friggin sectional post count dude... lol. There are [insert brand here] haters who spew incessant negativity in those threads are "experts"...lololol

When I took a hiatus from here for 6 months, all of mine went away. Lolololol.
I mean we have a whole bunch of amd cheerleaders who still talk nvidia gimping Kepler in every thread yet carry an nvidia expert badge :laugh:
not saying there's no people like that on the other side,they come and usually get banned quickly,while amd fanbase is free to spew whatever they want,lie and attack ppl personally.

I like rgb too,but most ppl are just terrible at using it.sb buys an rgb case with rgb memory and rgb card and just use the rainbow effect on everything like morons,while other ppl complain that rgb looks awful.it's not supposed to be used that way! you're supposed to pick a theme,not just flash colors.but that requires taste and time.
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#14
Jetster
Noone cares about badges. The memory? At least it's something different
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#15
bonehead123
Fast, high-quality ram, OTOH, I DO care about...
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#16
natr0n
I see a plastic heat insulator.

I like rgb stuff but those look like they will overheat.
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#17
Jetster
That would be cool. A light that reacts to heat, goes from blue to red
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#18
EarthDog
natr0n, post: 4032998, member: 102496"
I see a plastic heat insulator.

I like rgb stuff but those look like they will overheat.
I wouldnt sweat that at all. Memory doesnt need cooled in the first place, bub. :)
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#19
RH92
Not sure how plastic heatsinks are supposed to work but at least it will look pretty while burnig :roll::roll::roll:
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#20
EarthDog
RH92, post: 4033084, member: 174545"
Not sure how plastic heatsinks are supposed to work but at least it will look pretty while burnig :roll::roll::roll:
So, we have to answer this nonsense twice? Read the thread peeps!
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#21
RH92
EarthDog, post: 4033085, member: 79836"
So, we have to answer this nonsense twice? Read the thread peeps!
What nonsense dude the nonsense is saying memory doesn't need to be cooled ! Sure if you run at 1.2V but when you overvolt the damn thing it sure needs some minimal airflow an insulating plastic layer doesn't help ......
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#22
lynx29
natr0n, post: 4032998, member: 102496"
I see a plastic heat insulator.

I like rgb stuff but those look like they will overheat.
I think RGB emits some heat as well, however minor, seems like a mistake. I can't see my ram anyway, big boy Noctua in the way. I will be getting cheapest b-die ram 16x2gb 32gb total money can buy when ryzen 3700x launches. let the free markets rumble it out! who wants my money???
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#23
EarthDog
RH92, post: 4033090, member: 174545"
What nonsense dude the nonsense is saying memory doesn't need to be cooled ! Sure if you run at 1.2V but when you overvolt the damn thing it sure needs some minimal airflow an insulating plastic layer doesn't help ......
lynx29, post: 4033098, member: 153071"
I think RGB emits some heat as well, however minor, seems like a mistake.
it never ends... :p

These sticks will not burn, they are not all plastic either. Where the RGB LEDs are yes, but there is aluminum there....... and wouldn't you know, right where the ICs are. They will be fine when using 1.35V and XMP as well. If you are going past their settings, perhaps don't get RGB blinged out sticks if this really (for no reason) concerns you.

These will be juuuuuuuuuuuuuuuust fine heat wise.
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#24
lynx29
EarthDog, post: 4033106, member: 79836"
it never ends... :p

These sticks will not burn, they are not all plastic either. Where the RGB LEDs are yes, but there is aluminum there....... and wouldn't you know, right where the ICs are. They will be fine when using 1.35V and XMP as well. If you are going past their settings, perhaps don't get RGB blinged out sticks if this really (for no reason) concerns you.

These will be juuuuuuuuuuuuuuuust fine heat wise.
price tag won't be just fine though, that was my main point. for those of us rocking big Noctua's anyway, might as well opt for the exact same ram/timings and save $40-60 premium rgb price.
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#25
EarthDog
Price is completely unrelated to the large heatsink/RGB implementation supposedly causing these things to 'burn'. I know you mentioned price, but I responded to multiple people about these overheating/burning and nothing else. :)

That said, yeah, you will likely need water/aio for these, no doubt. Some prefer form over function and pay for the prettier sticks. There's a market out there. :)
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