LAS VEGAS, NV — At CES 2018 this week, ADATA is showcasing two new XPG DDR4 memory models with RGB LEDs: the Spectrix D60 RGB DDR4 and Spectrix DS40 RGB DDR4. The heatsink-clad Spectrix D60 will have a maximum speed of 4600MHz, and comes not too long since last summer’s launch of the XPG Spectrix D40 RGB DDR4, the first Spectrix model. As the D40 was described as the ‘flagship’, the D60 is presumably the equally multicolored successor, joined by the XPG Z1 DDR4-4600 2 x 8GB kit also debuting at CES. And if the LED craze hasn’t hit you quite yet, ADATA has their new RGB LED equipped Spectrix DS40 SO-DIMM, for those who absolutely require colored lights in their mini-ITX system. And in...
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