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    Thread: Adata XPG Spectrix D41 RGB 32GB Memory Review

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      Adata XPG Spectrix D41 RGB 32GB Memory Review



      Introduction
      Adata, the leading high-performance gaming brand in global PC market, has been around for years and providing high-quality products worldwide. Adata has a major product line comprises of Solid State Drive, RAM and portable Hard drive. The company providing products having blazing performance coupled with extremely enriched designs. Being popular for enriching designs and maximum compatibility, Adata XPG has won Good Design Award from Japan and Taiwanís Excellence GOLD Award. The year 2002, the XPG was introduced, a sub-brand of Adata and since then all the gaming products, generally incorporating gaming RAMs and NVMe SSDs, showcasing under the brand name, XPG. With DDR4, XPG has taken a lead with aesthetically beautiful designs and that too, without losing in speedy performance. SPECTRIX D41, in particular, is XPGís proven excellence, offers competitive performance by reaching up to 5000 MHz, has set a new standard of aesthetics and numbers at the same time.

      Today, we are taking a look at the beautifully designed, SPECTRIX D41 16GB DDR4 RGB RAM kit. The kit comes in various frequencies, but our sample offers 3000 MHz - PC4 24000. Having timing set at CL 16-18-18-36, the RAM operates at voltage 1.35V, which is maximum out of the box, in addition with allowance to increase at a safe 1.40V due for extreme overclocking. Spectrix D41 officially comes in 2666 MHz and continues up to 4133 MHz containing voltage ranges from 1.20v to 1.40V. Having a variety of speed collection, the RAM supports Intelģ X299 2666MHz and AMD AM4 / Ryzen platforms. Full support for Easy overclocking with Intelģ XMP 2.0.

      You can choose Spectrix D41 in various capacity kits; 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, and even 64 GB whereas the frequency range from 2666 MHz to 4133 MHz.
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      The package and the Content:
      The RAM shipped in a dedicated packaging contains a typical cardboard box. Instead of premium packaging as seen in other reviews, we got the standard box thatís possibly due to the region difference. There is nothing wrong in this either.



      The front side of the box is colourful yet plain black in the background. The RAM is pictured in the middle. The XPG logo and model detail in the bottom area. While we see the XPG logo at the bottom, the box features a newly designed brand symbol (a visual representation of extreme performance) dedicatedly displays on the box. If you want to know the background of this symbol, you may visit XPG.com/About for formal understanding. It is recently adapted by the Adata XPG, and every single product has now packaged with this logo.



      On the back, a couple of see-through windows can be noticed, the RAMs are resting inside the box. A barcoded sticker at bottom and safety certifications right next to it.



      Opening the box reveals the Spectrix D41 RAM Kit nicely encased in a plastic blister pack. This blister set is for safety, which secures the product from being damaged during shipment. No, this is definitely not the best-shocked proof pack, but letís be honest, almost every company is using the same blister packs. Reducing the cost, the blister pack is simple and opens by taking off the top portion, so no cutting required. In the box, we got a plastic tray and RAM units. Thatís all! Nothing fancy on part of the accessory.
      A Closer Look


      The Spectrix D41 comes in red, grey and black heatspreader. What we got here is Crimson Red, one of the stylish red you will find in the market. A kind of fancy looks, the Crimson Red, featuring shining red with the white diffuser on top. Aside from the red theme, the company is also offering the same kit in Tungsten (Titanium) Grey. Both the Red and Grey heatspreaders are two different poles of collaboration. Besides, Spectrix D41 is available in black, too, which is TUF Gaming Alliance variant. TUF Gaming Alliance is the marque of collaboration between ASUS and major PC-component manufacturers including XPG, Gskill and others.

      Typically, the red heat spreaders are considered fancy, and when the motherboard widely contains components in red, you will love that. In todayís scenario, everything turned into a theme with a darker look, which helping colour schemes having black, grey to outshine others. Which is why Titanium grey and black sits perfectly. Besides these theme collaboration, it really doesnít matter if youíre general users/gamer, but heavily noticeable for PC modders. We requested the Titanium Grey heatspreader RAM kit, but we received the Crimson Red based sample.



      Spectrix D41 has significantly stood out in heatspreaderís design, which is an inspiration of Ďarmourí, reveals high endurance of heat hence thermally controlled. Spectrix D41 has a decent dimension. Itís about 45mm high, including the heatspreader and white bar on top. The breakdown demonstrates the PCB itself is 29mm, while the red heatspreader is 32mm keeping everything normal. In our rough estimation, RAM will expose 43mm above the DIMM slot.



      The red heatsink detailing the design and following with another layer, a black, diamond-shaped area in the middle. This actually reveals silver, a shining symbol designed on it, from my understanding, it probably tells something sharp and high impact on the outcome. This symbol is basically dedicated to Spectrix D41 series only.



      Moving to the edges, the heatsink is a bit shorter and curvy up on the PCB, while keeping the design pattern unchanged. The A2 8-layer black PCB maintaining standard and delivering neat finishing without losing the shine. Down the block is the gold-plated connector with a curved shape made for base contact on DIMMs, looks fresh and perfectly made. Unlike the decade-old green PCB, the company focused on modern standard i.e. black PCB, represents pure gaming looks. We find the black PCB a perfect notch for gaming builds. Itís evidently become a new standard for gaming RAMs. Today, almost every manufacturer using the black PCB for RAM kits. We also noticed the upside-down triangular cut at top corners of the heatsink with white diffuser inside out that actually glows when the system is running.



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