To be available in frequencies of up to 3200MHz, the XPG Spectrix D41 will support both Intel X299 and AMD Ryzen platforms and will use high-quality screened chips, multi-layer PCB and custom heatsink that will fit with Asus TUF motherboards.
As you could have guessed from the name, it also comes with RGB lights, or precisely, a fully exposed RGB LED light strip, programmable via Asus Sync RGB software.
“We are excited to be partnering with ASUS and the TUF Gaming Alliance to offer a memory module that gamers of all levels can appreciate,” said Tom Chan, Marketing Director at XPG. “With its TUF Gaming Alliance-certified performance, excellent reliability, and flair via its RGB lighting effects, gamers will enjoy more thrilling experiences at a great value.”
Unfortunately, ADATA did not reveal any more information regarding the specifications but we suspect there will be plenty of memory kits as well as a wide frequency range when these become available in retail/e-tail.
You can check out more information over at ADATA's product page.