Tuesday, April 14th 2020

ADATA Announces XPG SPECTRIX D50 DDR4 RGB 32GB Memory Module

ADATA, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products, gaming products, and mobile accessories,today announces the launch of the XPG SPECTRIX D50 DDR4 RGB memory module. Reaching performance of up to 4800 MHz, sporting a maximum capacity of 32 GB, and featuring an elegant geometric design, the XPG SPECTRIX D50 offers immense performance and minimalist styling gamers, overclockers, and PC enthusiasts will appreciate.

Made with only the highest quality chips and PCBs, the XPG D50 provides ultimate stability, reliability, and speeds of up to 4800 MHz. What's more, it supports the latest Intel and AMD platforms. To ensure all that amazing performance inside is protected from impact, the XPG D50 sports a robust heatsink with a wall thickness of nearly 2 mm for excellent durability. The D50 support Intel XMP 2.0 for hassle-free and stable overclocking without the need to go into BIOS.
Elegant Geometric Styling with RGB Flair
The XPG D50 features a clean and elegant exterior with simple geometric lines and a triangular RGB panel that fits in perfectly with the modules overall design.With the XPG RGB Sync app or a RGB software from a major motherboard brand, users can switch between three RGB modes - Static, Breathing, and Comet. In addition to the three modes, they can also set it to Music mode to synchronize with their favorite songs.

The 4800 MHz and 4600 MHz as well as all 32 GB variants will be available beginning in May. All other variants will be available beginning in April.Exact availability of the memory modules may vary by region.
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4 Comments on ADATA Announces XPG SPECTRIX D50 DDR4 RGB 32GB Memory Module

#1
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Wow! The final madness of DDR4 Memory.But which IC is so powerful like that? Samsung B-die or Micron E-die? In addition,why B-die is still powerful nowadays? This IC is 5 years old but always have the best performance...
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Woomack
It doesn't say that the top speed will be achieved on 32GB modules. I guess that top for 32GB will be DDR4-3600 as most available IC won't make more.
I have a Micron B 2x32GB kit which runs stable at 4133 CL18 and works in benchmarks at 4200 CL18 (looks like IMC problem to stabilize it). It's pretty much what you can expect of better 32GB modules regardless of the brand, Samsung too. Average chips will run at up to 3600 CL18.
I bet that 4000+ kits will be Micron E, Hynix C/D or something from Spectek as ADATA likes to use their IC and you could see that IC in 4000-4800 Corsair kits already. Samsung B is discontinued for a while now and memory vendors like to have some more IC to exchange within a product number so I highly doubt they will decide on Samsung.
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hellrazor
I expect the timings are somewhere in the high 20s
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Sabishii Hito
Woomack
It doesn't say that the top speed will be achieved on 32GB modules. I guess that top for 32GB will be DDR4-3600 as most available IC won't make more.
I have a Micron B 2x32GB kit which runs stable at 4133 CL18 and works in benchmarks at 4200 CL18 (looks like IMC problem to stabilize it). It's pretty much what you can expect of better 32GB modules regardless of the brand, Samsung too. Average chips will run at up to 3600 CL18.
I bet that 4000+ kits will be Micron E, Hynix C/D or something from Spectek as ADATA likes to use their IC and you could see that IC in 4000-4800 Corsair kits already. Samsung B is discontinued for a while now and memory vendors like to have some more IC to exchange within a product number so I highly doubt they will decide on Samsung.
B-die IC production isn't discontinued yet, Samsung is just no longer selling fully assembled OEM DIMMs with B-die chips.
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