ADATA recently announced that they would be launching XPG SPECTRIX D50 DDR4 RGB memory kits.
These memory kits will be capable of reaching performance levels of up to 4800 MHz with a maximum capacity of 32 GB. This memory will also support the latest AMD and Intel chips.
In terms of latency, these DIMMs vary between CL 16-20-20 for the lower clock speeds and CL 19-23-23 for higher clock speed variants.
The XPG D50 is made with high-quality chips and PCBs which provide stability and reliability. ADATA’s XPG D50 also uses a solid heatsink which has a wall thickness of about 2mm for increased durability.
For those who want help with overclocking, this memory also supports Intel XMP 2.0 for increased stability during overclocking without the need to mess about with the BIOS.
New RGB Design
These kits will feature a geometric design with minimalist styling that PC enthusiasts will love. With a simple yet elegant design, this offering from ADATA also features an RGB panel in a triangle shape which gives you just that little bit extra in terms of style.
The RGB panel can be controlled through the XPG RGB Sync app or other RGB software included with your motherboard. The RGB panel can be switched between three modes including Static, Breathing, and Comet. You can even use the Music Mode setting which will synchronize your RGB lighting with whatever songs you’re listening to.
Different Models Available
ADATA is releasing a range of different models for the DDR4 memory in a range of different sizes and speeds.
ADATA’s 4800 MHz, 4600 MHz, and 32 GB variants will become available for purchase in May. All of their other models in this lineup will be available in April.
When and where these will be available will be different for each region - which may also be impacted by disruptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If we hear any more updates on ADATA’s new range of DDR4 memory, we will keep you updated.