ADATA and XPG talked about overclocking D60G and D50 memory up to 5000 MHz on MSI Z490 motherboard

Company ADATA Technology told that the acceleration laboratory XPG (XPG Overclocking Lab, Xocl) achieved in collaboration with Msi memory modules SPECTRIX D50 and D60G 32GB RGB DDR4 on frequency 5000 MHz on the platform Intel Z490.

“This achievement not only speaks of XPG and ADATA memory compatibility with the Intel Z490 platform, but also reveals the full potential of this memory. The result was achieved with the Intel Core i9-10900K processor and MSI MEG Z490 platform. XPG also tested D60G and D50 on platforms Z490 from other manufacturers with similar results, “the report said.


The D60G has a larger RGB backlight per mm2 than any other ADATA memory module, namely 9,497 mm2. It is over 60% module surface area. D60g It is made in a modern style, equipped with an X-shaped acute-angled illumination and a faceted radiator.


The design of the XPG D50 is characterized by clean and simple geometric lines and is distinguished by a triangular RGB-backlight module. The backlight can work in three modes: static, “breathing” and “comet”.

According to the manufacturer’s description, the D60G and D50 are assembled on the basis of selected memory chips and equipped with a metal radiator for greater stability. They support Intel Extreme Memory Profiles (XMP) 2.0 for easy overclocking.

XOCL is the first of its kind overclocking laboratory, created within the memory module manufacturer, founded in 2018. In May 2019, XOCL overclocked the SPECTRIX D60G memory modules to 5738MT / s, thereby setting a world record.

Further information on ADATA and the XPG brand can be found. on the official site.

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