ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D40 DDR4 Offers Speed and Splash of RGB

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅25.07.2017 17:28:40


ADATA introduces XPG SPECTRIX D40 DDR4 memory with RGB lighting optimized for the Intel 200 and X299 platforms as well as the AMD AM4 platform. The ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D40 DDR4 memory is a perfect kit for enthusiasts and gamers with its brilliant and stunning RGB lighting and armour-inspired heat sink. It comes in kits from 2400MHz up to a blazing 4000MHz. The XPG SPECTRIX D40 also supports popular RGB lighting software including the ASUS AURA Sync so you can synchronize the memory kitís lighting with the rest of your gaming hardware through an ASUS motherboard.



Smart RGB Lighting
The ADATA SPECTRIX D40 has an integrated multi-colour RGB lighting embedded in the armour-inspired heat sink which can be controlled using supporting applications including ASUS AURA Sync.

High-Performance with XMP 2.0
The SPECTRIX D40 offers speeds faster than the Dazzle Series from 2400MHz up to a blazing 4000MHz. The memory also complies with Intelís XMP 2.0 requirements for easy memory overclocking at the BIOS.

Optimized for Intel X299
The SPECTRIX D40 is ADATAís flagship model, the XPG team worked with Intel to ensure best performance on the similarly premium Intel X299 platform. SPECTRIX D40 SPD (serial presence detect) settings work with Intel XMP 2.0 parameters to ensure memory modules clocked to 2666MHz or higher operate at their intended speed.

Advanced Cooling and Power Management
SPECTRIX D40 modules use meticulously sorted and tested chips plus bespoke ADATA-made 10-layer PCBs and robust circuitry. PCBs incorporate two ounces of pure copper, while heatsinks use aluminium alloy. Heat dissipation efficacy is assured, and power management compensates for the RGB lighting to make sure performance remains stable at all times, even when highly overclocked.



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Visit the ADATA XPG microsite for more information on the new ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D40 DDR4 RGB memory.

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