Lights & Software
So when you power your system on with the XPG Spectrix D41 memory installed you’ll see it will light up right away with the default “wave” effect. I am actually a huge fan of this effect, but if you want to change it you can with either the XPG software or your motherboard’s RGB software.
The XPG software is currently in beta, but works pretty well. You have the typical effects available and you can control each of the 5 RGB LEDs on each module individually.
Since we are testing on an ASUS motherboard I wanted to see if this kit was indeed compatible with ASUS Aura Sync, and it is. Now the LEDs on my motherboard will match the ones on the memory.