Monday, September 21st 2020

ADATA XPG Launches SPECTRIX D50 Xtreme DDR4 RGB Memory Modules

XPG, a provider of systems, components, and peripherals for gamers, eSports pros, and tech enthusiasts, today announces the XPG SPECTRIX D50 Xtreme DDR4 RGB memory module. Delivering speeds of up to 5000Hz, the XPG SPECTRIX D50 Xtreme isn't just about performance but also form with its solidly constructed heat sink with gorgeous geometric lines, dazzling RGB lighting, and a stunning reflective surface.

Manufactured with only the highest quality chips and PCBs, the SPECTRIX D50 Xtreme offers the pinnacle in stability, reliability, as well as speeds of up to 5000 MHz. What's more, it supports the latest Intel and AMD platforms. The SPECTRIX D50 Xtreme is a looker too with the combination of its indented geometric lines, triangular RGB light bar, and a polished and electroplated surface with a mirror-like sheen. The SPECTRIX D50 Xtreme comes as a dual kit with a capacity of 8 GB per module and in two performance variants, 4800 MHz and 5000 MHz.
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, users can also set it to Music mode to sync with their favorite tunes.

The SPECTRIX D50 Xtreme has full XMP 2.0 compatibility to make overclocking effortless when installed on PCs that also support XMP 2.0. XMP 2.0 support means users have more ways to access memory overclocking, including directly from the operating system rather than via more complex BIOS settings.
Source: XPG
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6 Comments on ADATA XPG Launches SPECTRIX D50 Xtreme DDR4 RGB Memory Modules

For those MHz those are bad timings?
5K.. thats reasonable. Wonder what ICs they are using? I know with my B-Die kit (new kit.. IC's were made in May. GSkill rolled the sticks off the assembly line in August. lol.) but they are doing 12-12-13-30-1T @ 3200 @ 1.35V and doing well with it. Passed a 24 hour run of Memtest so.. guess they are stable. Glad Samsung decided to keep rolling out B-Die RAM. ;-)
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pretty sticks, but how much $$ is all that bling bling gonna cost us ?????????
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Customer: how much will it cost???? Salesman : Brace yourself for the shock:) first
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