ADATA XPG Spectrix D60G Overview
The first thing you’ll notice about the ADATA XPG Spectrix D60G is the large white diffuser that covers most of the modules. It has a “diamond-cut” design which gives them a very unique shape. You can tell that this kit was really designed around RGB and ADATA says that this kit has the largest RGB surface area of any memory module out there, over 60% of the modules surface area is dedicated to RGB lighting.
While the white diffuser covers most of the module there is a bushed metal section towards the center of each module that has a logo on it. The PCB of each module is black, which seems to be the standard these days. I don’t even know how we thought green PCBs were ok back in the day.
The opposite side of the modules are the same except they have small stickers on them letting you know the model number, speeds, etc. As I mentioned this is the AX4U320038G16-DT60 which is a 16GB (2x8GB) kit that runs at 3200 MHz with timings of 16-18-18 at 1.35V.
Because of the size of the diffuser it sits above the modules quite a bit. The modules are a little over 45 mm tall at their highest point, so they are actually pretty average when it comes to DDR4 module height.
The top part of the diffuser which will actually show out if you have a window in your case is pretty plain except for a small XPG logo towards the top.