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ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D41 3000MHz RGB Memory Review

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Conclusion and Final Thoughts

The more RGB Ram that I get my hands on, the more I like it. I like the ability to tweak system colors as I see fit. I also like that I don’t have to install another piece of software in order to change the color on the RAM. The XPG Spectrix D41 is compatible with all major motherboard manufacture’s RGB software. Without software installed, the LEDs do go out of sync with each other since the default is rainbow but to be fair, when the rainbow effect is running in the software, the memory modules are different colors unlike other RGB kits were the color scheme is replicated across both modules.

Honestly, the RGB effect is probably one of the best I’ve seen. The diffusion and LED placement pretty much eliminate any hotspot when the LEDs are running. The lighting is even across the top of the RAM. It just looks great.

Stock performance is on par with other 3000MHz kits I’ve tested. I was able to eke out another 600 MHz from the XPG Spectrix D41 kit. Anything over 3600 MHz and the system refused to boot no matter how much I relaxed the timings or bumped the voltage up. However, 600 MHz isn’t terrible. Overall the combination of the fantastic lighting and great performance seal the deal for me. As of this review, the XPG Spectrix can be snagged for $109.00

Pick up your XPG Spectrix D41 kit HERE

 

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Tom Brokaw

Tom is a network and computer hardware enthusiast. He has been reviewing hardware products around for various sites around the net since 1999. He has modded a few cases back in the day.

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