Friday, May 14th 2021

ADATA XPG Launches SPECTRIX D45 RGB and GAMMIX D45G DDR4 Memory Modules

XPG, a fast-growing provider of systems, components, and peripherals for Gamers, Esports Pros, and Tech Enthusiasts, announces the XPG GAMMIX D45 and SPECTRIX D45G RGB DDR4 memory modules. Sporting rugged industrial designs and equally robust capabilities, the modules are designed for discerning overclockers and gamers seeking gaming flair and reliable overclocking performance.

The GAMMIX D45 and SPECTRIX D45G RGB sport black armor-like aluminium exteriors with rugged ridges and a hefty look and feel. Not only do they look and feel robust, but they also offer incredibly sturdy performance for overclocking. They achieve this by using only the highest quality IC chips and PCBs and feature Intel Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) 2.0 support. XMP 2.0 makes overclocking a snap and enhances system stability. Instead of adjusting individual parameters in BIOS, users can do it right through their PC's operating system. Both modules have been rigorously tested, and verified to work with the latest AMD platforms for hassle-free compatibility and seamless performance. Both modules come in the following capacities - 8, 16, and 32 GB.
RGB Gaming Flair That Shines Through
Users can set the RGB lighting on the SPECTRIX D45G exactlythe way they want it. They can choose from different effects (static, breathing, and comet) or sync the lights with their favorite jams via Music Mode. All this can be done through the XPG RGB Sync app or RGB control software from all the major motherboard brands, including those from ASUS, MSI, GIGABYTE, and ASRock.

To learn more about specific prices and availability in your region, please contact your nearest XPG/ADATA representative.
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4 Comments on ADATA XPG Launches SPECTRIX D45 RGB and GAMMIX D45G DDR4 Memory Modules

Yikes... That lighting diffuser looks like a cancerous growth lol.
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m2geekYikes... That lighting diffuser looks like a cancerous growth lol.
RGB nice~
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Ramx it, bamx it, GAMMIX it :)

If it looka like ram, smells like ram, lights up like (everyone else's) ram..... well guess what....

It probably IS ram, hehehe :)
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Are these seperate models or is the RGB thing something is can be taken off?

Really like the all black look and low profile nature of non-RGB ones.
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