ADATA announced the launch of its new XPG SPECTRIX D41 high performance DDR4 kits designed for gamers and overclockers, and this is why this family is made up of nothing less than an initial portfolio of 30 different models where 15 of them are in red color and another 15 in silver.
Beyond the color, these memory kits can be found with a starting speed of 2666 MHz with latencies CL16-16-16 requiring a voltage of 1.2v and available in kits of 8GB / 16GB / 32GB capacity.
Ahead we have models of 3000 MHz (CL16-18-18 @ 1.35v), 3200 MHz (CL16-18-18 @ 1.35v), 3600 MHz (CL17-18-18 @ 1.35v) and other models that will go through the 3800, 4000, 4600 and even 5000 MHz. This top-of-range model will arrive sometime in the third quarter, and due to these high frequencies it will be accompanied by an air cooling system, small fans that will be fixed on top of the memories.
The ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D41 DDR4 kits make use of a 10-layer PCB where high-quality memory chips are fixed by means of an aluminum heatsink, in the upper part we have an RGB LED lighting bar. New DDR4 memory kits are compatible with the Intel XMP profile 2.0 for fast auto frequency configuration, and are also compatible with the AMD Ryzen platform.