A-DATA is a very interesting company to me. As a PC enthusiast, they offer a wide range of products that obviously cater to people like me, but that is not their only focus. Their full portfolio traverses many industries. For us enthusiasts, their forward-facing division is Xtreme Performance Gear, or XPG. The XPG lineup has been around for a long time now, and they've shown a definite focus on high-performance, high-quality products they've developed by listening to their users requests, and they are constantly releasing new products to help keep us excited about our hobby while supporting their past products as well.
One thing many may not be aware of is that A-DATA has a consumer-facing lighting division focused on LED solutions for various markets, both industrial and consumer. That provides them a deeper insight into things like RGB LEDs other companies do not have, so when they sent me this current kit, the XPG SPECTRIX D41, my expectations were high. If anyone has the chance to do this RGB LED thing right, it really is A-DATA.
The XPG SPECTRIX D41 is an RGB LED-lit series of DDR4 products in varying speeds and capacities, built with the intent of having a look all their own while remaining true to their core foundation of delivering high-performance, high-quality products. With plans to release kits all the way up to 5000 MHz, these are made to support Intel X299 platforms as well as AMD AM4/Ryzen systems. Add in a focus for gaming and moderate overclocking via XMP, also with RGB LEDs, and that these RGB-LED DIMMs support most motherboard RGB controls from all brands for you to customize your entire system's lighting effects all together.
|Tested Capacity:||32 GB (8 GB x4) |
|Tested Voltage:||1.35 V|
|PCB Type:||10 layer |
|Error Checking:||Non-ECC |
|Form Factor:||288-pin DIMM |