Adata has been on fire lately when it comes to RAM. The Spectrix D80 brought a sealed liquid cooled design to the market. If your budget was lower, the Spectrix D41 gave you fantastic looks with a better price. Now, Adata is changing the game of RGB lighting with the Spectrix D60G. The light diffuser goes down both sides of the DIMM. The result? A whole new level of RGB goodness!
Spectrix D60G Specs
Currently, Adata is offering the D60G in three speed packages. The 3000 and 3200MHz options have the same 16-18-18 timings. Once we move to the 3600MHz option, we get a slightly higher CAS latency of 17. We also see a bump in voltage from 1.35v to 1.4v for the higher speed. Adata seems to be foregoing on the red heat sink color for this SKU. I’m happy about this since I prefer the tungsten grey color to start with. While I didn’t find any definitive information on the manufacture of the modules, it’s a safe bet to assume it will be Hynix. This is the company used for previous Spectrix kits and while some prefer the popular Samsung B-die, I did see some decent overclocking from the modules.
60% More Light!
I’ve seen lots of percentage increase advertisements for computer components. This might be the first time I’ve seen it for RGB lighting. I love it! The 60% figure comes from the light diffuser being that much larger than others. However, the ability to see lighting on the entire RAM module is pretty cool. Adata already had stand out designs, but the Spectrix D60G just adds to that lineup nicely. However, I do feel like the top section of the modules is a bit heavy on the plastic. I would like to see a little bit of aluminum accents breaking up the lighting on the top to match the way the design looks on the side. Still, the angular shape on the design looks like a crystal sitting in the RAM slot. Check out the link below for more info and we’ll catch ya’ later!