ADATA reveals XPG SPECTRIX D80 “hybrid liquid-air” DDR4 memory


ADATA reveals XPG SPECTRIX D80 “hybrid liquid-air” DDR4 memory

ADATA is aiming high within the memory market, hoping to become the next big brand within the high-performance DRAM space, with their latest XPG SPECTRIX D80 memory kits offering speeds of up to 5,000MHz. 

With their SPECTRIX D80 memory kits, ADATA doesn’t only plan to offer their users RGB illumination that is compatible with motherboards from ASUS. MSI, Gigabyte and ASRock, but also provide their users with a next-generation heatsink solution. While DRAM is not famous for getting overly hot, especially with mid-range DDR4 DIMMs, ADATA knows that these kits will be a favourite for enthusiasts and overclockers, both of which demand the best performance. 

To offer premium cooling performance, ADATA will provide users with a unique “hybrid liquid-air” cooling solution, using a non-conductive fluid with a low boiling point to quickly dissipate heat onto the memory’s aluminium heat spreader. This hybrid cooling solution serves a dual purpose of providing exceptional cooling performance while also delivering a unique visual effect on the top of each memory module, an enhancement which is further complimented by RGB lighting. 


     Made for avid gamers, DIY enthusiasts, and overclockers, the SPECTRIX D80 provides a wide frequency range from 2666 MHz to 5000 MHz with support for Intel X299 2666 MHz and AMD AM4/Ryzen platforms. Also, preconfigured Intel XMP (Extreme Memory Profile) 2.0 profiles allow for quick overclocking, doing away with the need for adjusting individual parameters in BIOS. For added reliability and dependability, the module uses high-quality chips chosen through a strict selection process, while its 10-layer PCB offers improved signalling quality and stability, even when operating at high speeds or under heavy loads.



ADATA’s XPG SPECTRIX D80 hybrid liquid-air DRAM will ship with speeds of between 2,666MHz and 5,000MHz, with compatibility with Intel X299 and AMD Ryzen platforms. Each set of DIMMs is pre-configured with XMP 2.0 profiles for one clock overclocking, using specially chosen memory modules to provide a premium memory experience. 

At this time ADATA has not revealed the final pricing for their XPG SPECTRIX D80 DDR4 memory. 

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