The ADATA XPG Spectrix D80 makes for a really exotic looking RGB memory kit. That’s just the looks, the hybrid liquid-air heatsink design is even more outlandish but not as effective. While ADATA’s claim does check out, the cooling efficacy of the liquid part is suspect given that it’s housed in a plastic chamber with poor thermal conductivity. However, there’s more to these modules that meets the eye because underneath all that fancy cooling are Samsung B-die chips which makes the ADATA XPG Spectric D80 a preferred kit among the enthusiasts.
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