Another week, another announcement by the renowned tech manufacturer ADATA. This time we are looking at a new memory module part of the XPG gaming lineup. The model’s name is XPG SPECTRIX D41. As you can tell by the pictures, this device comes with a revamped design with intriguing heatsink (Crimson Red or Titanium Gray) and programmable RGB LEDs – every gamer’s dream. This new device supports both Intel’s X299 2666 MHz and AMD AM4/Ryzen platforms.
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And so, how can you actually control the fancy lighting? Well, it’s simple – either with the software provided by most major motherboard manufacturers or via the ADATA RGB Sync app. Additionally, Spectrix D41’s operating frequencies vary from 2660 MHz to 4600 MHz. Furthermore, the device sports the Intel Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) 2.0 for effortless overclocking, if you are into these things. Toward the end of this year, ADATA will offer a version of this module whose top speed will be able to reach 5000 MHz!
Also noteworthy is the fact that is that the manufacturer makes use of high-quality chips so that you are provided with durability and reliability. The used 10-layer PCB promises improved transfer signal quality. As it is typical of XPG products, this one too comes with lifetime warranty.