Today, after a long time, we will focus on memories, specifically XPG ADATA DDR4 Spectrix D50 memories with RGB and Intel XPM support and ROG certification and 3200MT / s throughput. This is the lowest model in the Spectrix D50 series.

Although the memory is certified for the Intel platform, we will test it on the AMD platform. We will return to the test on the Intel platform when the appropriate hardware reaches me.

There is a lot of talk about DDR5 with the new Alder Lake platform and the upcoming AM5 platform, but at the moment DDR5 is very expensive and the real impact on performance is debatable, not to mention availability (but I haven’t had it in my hand yet, so I can’t judge). So it is clear that the DDR4 memories will be with us for some time to come.

The tested ADATA DDR4 Spectrix D50 is available in several capacities and frequencies. We will focus on a more economical model with a throughput of 3200MT / s and a timing of CL 16-20-20-38 1T. supplied in a 16GB kit (2x8GB). Faster versions of this model are also available, for example Zdenda recently tested a 4800 (5000) MHz model on pctuning. However, the price also corresponds to high frequencies.

All these kits are supplied in either a 2x 4GB, 2x 8GB or 2x 16GB set, and single-channel sets are also available. And the entire Spectrix D50 series is equipped with decent RGB lighting. You can choose either a gray or white color variant.

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