A look at the XPG Spectrix D50Posted by Reviews July 28, 2020 in
XPG, the gaming division at ADATA; present the Spectrix D50 DDR4 RAM. Boasting a broad portfolio of DRAM, catering to a number of categories on the market, ensuring quality RAM.
The XPG D50 offers a variant look to XPG’s D60G model, The solid is heatsink incorporated into the design, making it look a little less meaner than the D60G. Capacities starting from 8GB, all the way to 32GB, speeds of up to 4800, proving once again, eye catching design, elegant design and RGB lighting, that it’s only offer isn’t just performance. A solid heatsink design, with a few sleek additions to provide resistance to the high voltage and heat, while increasing the speed.
High quality chips and PCB’s, enhance the stability and reliability, before we even begin to get onto the cooling. The heat spreader on the memory, boasting a criss-cross’ geometric design. At 2mm, it presents the option to deal with the heat produced by high frequency memory chips. Perfect protection, providing great heat dissipation. The surrounding heatsink is coated in a brushed steel finish, with a triangular RGB panel fitting perfectly with the intended design.
RGB sync, Can also be found and controlled via the XPG RGB Sync app, adding that element of customisation. It is worth noting that this software can be used, with major motherboard manufactuers’ own software. Three available presets can also be found; Static, Breating and Comet. If that isn’t enough, you can even activate ‘Music mode’ – Allowing you to synchronize the RGB with your favourite songs. The XPG Spectrix D50 kits support the latest Intel and AMD chipsets through its integrated XMP 2.0 profiles Otherwise.
Overall we are in LOVE with the XPG D50, with fantastic performance and a sleak, clean finish this is certainly a fantastic choice for those who want to go for a slightly matured look with there Gaming PC.