Specification-wise, the ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D60G DDR4 RGB memory modules will be available in various kit configuration and frequency ranging from 3000MHz to 4133MHz. So far, only three 32GB kits are listed on ADATA's site, ranging from 3000MHz to 3600MHz and with CL16-18-18 latency, but others should come eventually.
The new XPG SPECTRIX has a unique heatsink which features light diffusers in order to provide maximum RGB light effect and, according to ADATA, sports more RGB lighting per mm2 than any other memory module on the market, covering over 60 percent of module surface area. The RGB lights are fully programmable, with XPG RGB Sync app and it supports most major mainboard RGB software.
Unfortunately, ADATA did not reveal any details regarding the price but these should start showing up in retail/e-tail pretty soon.