3000MHz of RGB LEDs, ADATA's XPG Spectrix D40 DDR4

Subject: Memory | March 12, 2018 - 03:05 PM |
Tagged: adata, xpg spectrix d40, DDR4-3000, RGB

ADATA's new DDR4-3000 DIMMs have ASUS Aura Sync compatible RGBs, or with their own software you can download to power your lightshow if you aren't running an ASUS board.  The DIMMs each have 5 LEDs which you can program to display a single colour, cycle colours or set a gradient or you can opt for breathing or music modes if you prefer.  We won't bore you with unimportant details such as the default timings of 16-18-18 or that Modders Inc hit 3733 MHz at 18-20-20 timings with a voltage of 1.38 as that has nothing to do with shiny lights.

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"The XPG line of memory modules from ADATA is considered to be its enthusiast line. The XPG SPECTRIX D40 is the first DDR-4 RAM that features RGB LED. The memory starts off with a base speed of 2,666MHz and is offered in speeds up to 4000Mhz. The kit featured in this review is the DDR-4 3,000MHz version."

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Source: Modders Inc

March 13, 2018 | 01:32 AM - Posted by CNote

Ive seen pc sellers on ebay trying to say setting the vram in the Raven Ridge apus to 2gb makes it better... ha wrong. Makes zero difference.

March 14, 2018 | 08:45 AM - Posted by Leon (not verified)

"The XPG SPECTRIX D40 is the first DDR-4 RAM that features RGB LED."

...from ADATA maybe, but certainly not the first.

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