ADATA announced the launch of new high-performance memories, the XPG SPECTRIX D50, where we only know that we will have models up to 4800 MHz in the form of a Dual Channel configuration with two sticks of 16 GB capacity each. Although they did not reveal all the configurations that will be available, it is expected that models starting at 3200 MHz. Additionally, the company did not reveal any other relevant details such as latencies, voltages and, of course, prices.

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In this way, the information of the ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D50 memories is completed with the support of Intel and AMD platforms, support for the Intel XMP 2.0 profile and operate at the maximum possible speed without touching values ​​in the BIOS, we have a conformed cooling system for an aluminum heatsink close to 2mm thick, there could be a lack of an RGB LED lighting system with three lighting modes predefined or configurable through the motherboard software, and we know that the most basic models will arrive in the next few days, while in May we will see flagship models with 4800 MHz and 4600 MHz frequencies.

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