Wednesday, May 15th 2019

ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D60G Breaks Overclocking Record at DDR4-5634 MHz

ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products, and mobile accessories today announces that the XPG Overclocking Lab (XOCL) has overclocked the SPECTRIX D60G RGB DDR4 memory module to a frequency of 5634 MT/s, a new record. The previous record was 5608 MT/s. The milestone was achieved with an Intel Core i9 chipset and MSI MPG Z390I GAMING EDGE AC motherboard in an LN2-cooled configuration. The results have been certified and published on HWBOT.

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 (XMP) 2.0 profiles 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.
More RGB per mm²
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.
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9 Comments on ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D60G Breaks Overclocking Record at DDR4-5634 MHz

#1
bonehead123
MOAR SUPPPEEEEED, Oh yea :), but too bad this was only done with LN2 cooling, which as we all know full well, is NOT a practical use scenario for us normal people....

MOAR R.friggin.G.friggin.Bfriggin.... MEH :(
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#2
Metroid
Maybe for ryzen 3000 series?
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#3
jmcslob
Adata is growing up so fast...I remember when they were nothing but cheap office memory and now look at them.. Breaking records and selling good reliable enthusiast grade components... Lol
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#4
bug
What's more, Intel Extreme Memory (XMP) 2.0 profiles make overclocking a snap
How so? Do these sticks have a XMP for 5634MHz?

Fwiw, on my mobo selecting an XMP profile does next to nothing, I still have to dial in the timings :(
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#5
Blueberries
Samsung B Dies doing what Samsung B Dies have been doing for years.
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#6
Prima.Vera
Color me impressed if this would have been achieved at room temperature. This record on L2N is bollocks.
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#7
Caring1
Was the RGB on or OFF?
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#8
bug
Caring1 said:

Was the RGB on or OFF?
Obviously ;)
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