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ADATA unveils XPG Spectrix D80 DDR4 memory

by on27 April 2018

With a hybrid liquid-air heatsink

ADATA has pushed its XPG Spectrix DDR4 line of memory kits to a whole new level with the new D80 modules which will be available with frequencies of up to 5,000MHz and use a unique hybrid liquid-air heatsink.

According to what we gathered from ADATA's XPG Spectrix D80 product page, the new lineup will feature a 10-layer PCB and use only high quality binned chips, as well as come in various kit options and in a frequency range from 2,666MHz to 5,000MHz, supporting both Intel's X299 and AMD's AM4/Ryzen platforms.

What makes the new XPG Spectrix D80 DDR4 memory special is the new heatsink design which uses a hybrid liquid-air cooling system with a combination of a liquid heatsink that’s hermetically sealed with non-conductive fluid and an aluminum heatsink. In addition to better cooling, the liquid heatsink on the top also adds to a visual effect due to integrated RGB lighting.

Of course, the RGB supports software from Asus, Gigabyte, MSI, and ASRock and can be also set with ADATA's XPG RGB Sync app.

Unfortunately, ADATA did not reveal any details regarding the price or the availability date for the new XPG Spectrix DDR4 memory lineup but hopefully, these will appear on retail/e-tail shelves soon.


Last modified on 27 April 2018
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