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ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D60G DDR4 Memory Module - PCSTATS.com ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D60G DDR4 Memory Module
Fri, May 10 2019 | 6:16PM | Filed under: Memory| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

"ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products, and mobile accessories today announces the launch of the SPECTRIX D60G DDR4 memory module. The XPG SPECTRIX D60G DDR4 memory features a unique dual RGB light diffuser design that gives it the largest RGB surface area of any memory module! What's more, it sports a wide frequency range from 3200-4133MHz and supports Intel® XMP 2.0 profiles for easy overclocking.

The D60G sports more RGB lighting per mm2 than any other memory module out there, which equates to over 60% of the module's surface area. The fully exposed light diffusers are extra-wide for maximum effect, and combined with a mesmerizing multi-colored flow effect users will outshine their competition! The unique avant-garde styling of the D60G will also turn heads. It includes XPG’s signature X-light design with a diamond-inspired, multi-faceted surface that is a cut above the rest.

Users can customize their gaming experiences with programmable lighting effects! They can set up patterns, pulse speed, lighting intensity, and more. Control is hassle-free with the XPG RGB Sync app. If users already have an existing RGB light control software from a major motherboard maker, they can use that too.

The D60G is built with high-quality chips and a metal heat sink for excellent signal integrity, reliability, and stability, which effectively extends the lifespan of the memory module. What’s more, Intel® Extreme Memory Profiles (XMP) 2.0 make overclocking a snap and enhance system stability. Instead of adjusting individual parameters in BIOS, users can do it right through their PC's operating system.

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