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Adata introduces XPG Spectrix D50 RGB DDR4 memory kits

Adata has announced the launch of a new line of memory modules called XPG Spectrix D50 RGB DDR4. Available with speeds of up to 4800MHz and a maximum capacity of 32GB, these new Adata XPG memory not only offer high performance but also eye-catching aesthetics.

The metal heatsink surrounding the memory modules is painted in tungsten grey and was designed to offer a clean body with simple geometric lines and an RGB panel that fits in with the rest of the module. The RGB panel can be synchronised through XPG RGB Sync app or most motherboard RGB software, including Asus Aura Sync, MSI Mystic Light, Gigabyte RGB Fusion, and ASRock Polychrome Sync. The RGB panel effects can be switched between static, breathing, and comet. Additionally, there's also the Music mode to sync the modules' RGB with the music you're listening.

These modules support XMP 2.0 and the announced memory configurations start at 1x 8GB module clocked at 3000MHz, CL 16-20-20 at 1.35V. However, if you want speed there's also a 2x 8GB kit clocked at 4133MHz, CL-19-23-23 at 1.4V, or you can opt for the 2x 16GB kit clocked at 3600MHz, CL18-20-20 at 1.35V if you want memory capacity.

According to TechPowerUp, the 32GB Adata XPG SPECTRIX D50 RGB DDR4 memory kits and modules will be available at the beginning of May, just like the 4600MHz and the 4800MHz modules. The remaining kits and modules should be available this month. Pricing has not been revealed. If you want to learn more about Adata's XPG SPECTRIX D50 RGB DDR4 memory, click HERE.

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