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Adata XPG SPECTRIX D60G 16GB (2x 8GB) 3200MHz DDR4 RGB RAM -CL16- £51.77 Delivered @ CCLOnline
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Adata XPG SPECTRIX D60G 16GB (2x 8GB) 3200MHz DDR4 RGB RAM -CL16- £51.77 Delivered @ CCLOnline
Posted 15th Sep

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Almost £9 drop on this.

Key Features:
  • Voltage: 1.35V
  • Latency Timing: CL16
  • Speed: 3200MHz (PC4-25600)
  • 2 x 8GB DIMM Dual Channel Kit
  • Intel XMP Profile Support
  • non-ECC Unbuffered Memory

The XPG SPECTRIX D60G DDR4 memory features a unique dual RGB light strip design that gives it the largest RGB surface area of any memory module! What's more, it sports a wide frequency range from 3000-4133MHz and supports Intel® XMP 2.0 profiles for easy overclocking.
3543563-MuFB7.jpgOutshine the Competition
The fully exposed RGB light strips are extra-wide for maximum effect. Combined with a mesmerizing multi-colored flow effect, your build will outshine the competition!

More RGB per mm2
The D60G sports more RGB lighting per mm2 than any other memory module out there, 9,497mm2 to be exact. That equates to over 60% of the module's surface area.

Diamond-Cut Design
The unique avant-garde styling of the D60G will turn heads. It includes an edgy X-light design with a diamond-inspired, multi-faceted surface that's a cut above the rest.

Stable, Durable and Reliable
The D60G is built with high-quality chips and a metal heat sink for excellent signal integrity, reliability, and stability, which effectively extends the lifespan of the memory module.

Overclocking with Intel® XMP 2.0
Intel® Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) 2.0 makes overclocking a snap and enhances system stability. Instead of adjusting individual parameters in BIOS, you can do it right through your PC's operating system.

Programmable RGB Lighting
Customize your gaming experience with programmable lighting effects! Set up patterns, pulse speed, lighting intensity, and more. Control is hassle-free with the XPG RGB Sync app. Or if you already have an existing RGB light control software from a major motherboard maker, you can use that too.


Main Features
  • Mesmerizing RGB lighting -supports software from major motherboard makers, fully customizable and programmable
  • More RGB per mm2 -That equates to over 60% of the module's surface area
  • Supports the new Intel X299 platform and implements baseline 2666MHz (via SPD settings)
  • Fast clock speeds up to 4133MHz
  • Intel XMP 2.0 -more accessible overclocking
  • RoHS compliant
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Wow , so cheap!
DDR4’s coming right down in price.
I might build a new PC soon
OK ram is getting silly low priced now. I'm after a 32gb kit though. If I could get 32gb for £80 that's my biting point.
will this work with an amd mobo / cpu?
Edited by: "ramtec" 15th Sep
ramtec15/09/2020 12:51

will this work with an amd mobo / cpu?


All depends on your motherboard. If its an am4 chip it will work with ddr4
Oh man if only I had a crystal ball. Can't believe I thought paying £68 for a set and buying 2 was a good deal. Could have saved almost £40!
I bought it yesterdsy for 60.18.
Im well cheesed off
Such good price. I just wanna buy just incase 😔
I got 4x16gb (total 64gb) of this a couple of months ago and posted a deal...it's even better value now....its nice memory...looks fantastic and runs like a dream with my 1st gen Ryzen 1700 (soon to be 3900x when i can save the dosh ) heat given
pubquiz15/09/2020 17:12

I got 4x16gb (total 64gb) of this a couple of months ago and posted a …I got 4x16gb (total 64gb) of this a couple of months ago and posted a deal...it's even better value now....its nice memory...looks fantastic and runs like a dream with my 1st gen Ryzen 1700 (soon to be 3900x when i can save the dosh ) heat given


Might be worthwhile waiting for the next gen of Ryzen CPUs or buying a 3900x used to get the most bang for your buck - Cex offer a two year warranty with all tech, that's an option only if it's a decent price at the time
Edited by: "brundy" 15th Sep
Tail end of 2018 I paid over £400 for a 4x8GB (32GB) kit of 3600MHz C16 RAM. How times have changed.
It’s a great price,I wonder if it’s worth paying £17 more for 3600Mhz CL16 (non RGB) for Ryzen.
I just bought a new Dell XPS 8940 PC that has 2x8GB, DDR4, 2933Mhz RAM. It has slots for two more RAM cards. Does anyone know if the ones on this deal work or are there different physical sizes etc?
Brainslugged15/09/2020 17:33

I just bought a new Dell XPS 8940 PC that has 2x8GB, DDR4, 2933Mhz RAM. It …I just bought a new Dell XPS 8940 PC that has 2x8GB, DDR4, 2933Mhz RAM. It has slots for two more RAM cards. Does anyone know if the ones on this deal work or are there different physical sizes etc?


Same size.
Thanks OP! Very happy as missed the deal the other day but this worked out even cheaper!!
koskesh15/09/2020 17:27

It’s a great price,I wonder if it’s worth paying £17 more for 3600Mhz CL16 …It’s a great price,I wonder if it’s worth paying £17 more for 3600Mhz CL16 (non RGB) for Ryzen.


The increase in performance would not scale with linearly with cost, though there would be a few % improvement depending on application.
In terms of games, it might be worth checking out this video:

It looks like the jump from 2666 to 3200 is better than the next jump to 3600.
However, if you are doing other number crunching work your mileage will vary.

Depends - do you want RGB or not?
rev615/09/2020 17:36

Same size.


Thanks. Ordered it. Not sure if anyone is going to be able to appreciate the insides of my PC glowing, but it'll be nice to have 32GB RAM.
Edited by: "Brainslugged" 15th Sep
Msic15/09/2020 18:02

The increase in performance would not scale with linearly with cost, …The increase in performance would not scale with linearly with cost, though there would be a few % improvement depending on application.In terms of games, it might be worth checking out this video:[Video] It looks like the jump from 2666 to 3200 is better than the next jump to 3600.However, if you are doing other number crunching work your mileage will vary.Depends - do you want RGB or not?


`I don't care about RGB.
I watched many of these comparison videos, most recommend 3600Mhz and at maximum CL 16, the PC will be for gaming only.with a Ryzen 7 3700X (or the successor next month). still undecided.
Edited by: "koskesh" 15th Sep
brundy15/09/2020 17:15

Might be worthwhile waiting for the next gen of Ryzen CPUs or buying a …Might be worthwhile waiting for the next gen of Ryzen CPUs or buying a 3900x used to get the most bang for your buck - Cex offer a two year warranty with all tech, that's an option only if it's a decent price at the time



Yes i keep a keen eye on 3900x prices ..I posted a deal on Amazon a few months ago but unfortunately they havnt been as low since ...not a proper Amazon one anyway...loads from Germany,Italy etc and some ropey looking sites....even the Scan one at £388 is an OEM with no prism cooler (worth £20 or more on it's own to sell on Ebay)

Thing is the used ones on Ebay etc are not particularly low in price either.

Anyway the purchase of one at the Mo is out of the question for me as I have just today lent my daughter some money for another car on a interest free "dad" loan so bank balance has to build up again first....one of the many joys of parenthood
damianscotland15/09/2020 11:19

I might build a new PC soon



New year i'm building mine, got money burning a hole in my pocket
Depends if your cpu and mobo will support that speed
koskesh15/09/2020 17:27

It’s a great price,I wonder if it’s worth paying £17 more for 3600Mhz CL16 …It’s a great price,I wonder if it’s worth paying £17 more for 3600Mhz CL16 (non RGB) for Ryzen.

What about 32gig of this ,
ziir15/09/2020 19:03

What about 32gig of this ,


Yes, but 2 lots.. That's what I did, cost just over £100
ziir15/09/2020 19:19

Where is that ? £100


If you have 4 RAM slots which most motherboards have unless you have matx board, then just buy 2 lots of this deal. So just add 2 to basket
Ow u mean 4x8 ? That way I can't run these with rated speed , 3200, I have 4 ram slots , tried before got 4 sticks 4x8 Corsair vengeance rgb , I returned it , I couldn't run the full rated speed , I have MSI tomahawk max with ryzen 1600af
Edited by: "ziir" 15th Sep
brundy15/09/2020 17:15

Might be worthwhile waiting for the next gen of Ryzen CPUs or buying a …Might be worthwhile waiting for the next gen of Ryzen CPUs or buying a 3900x used to get the most bang for your buck - Cex offer a two year warranty with all tech, that's an option only if it's a decent price at the time


Cex are rip off merchants, they tried offering me £130 for my pg279q monitor, they were selling them for £390 at the time
NoNamesLeftWhy15/09/2020 19:48

Cex are rip off merchants, they tried offering me £130 for my pg279q … Cex are rip off merchants, they tried offering me £130 for my pg279q monitor, they were selling them for £390 at the time


Yeah, some things they do overprice considerably - Even selling used parts for more than new. You just have to take what you can from them
ziir15/09/2020 19:24

Ow u mean 4x8 ? That way I can't run these with rated speed , 3200, I …Ow u mean 4x8 ? That way I can't run these with rated speed , 3200, I have 4 ram slots , tried before got 4 sticks 4x8 Corsair vengeance rgb , I returned it , I couldn't run the full rated speed , I have MSI tomahawk max with ryzen 1600af


Yeah that can happen, lower frequency can be had when using 4 modules instead of 2. If you were wanting 2 modules then it looks like that'd be £120 for 2X16GB. I've never liked the look of 2 modules so Ive always stuck with 4 and can always overclock to push the frequency higher to counter act the reduction
Great price, I was happy at £60 when bought at the weekend.
Showing as £70.77 now
Before anyone asks this is practically the same as 3600 cl18, or 3000 cl15. 3600 cl16 has minimal gains from a gaming standpoint
uthypranks_TV15/09/2020 22:08

Before anyone asks this is practically the same as 3600 cl18, or 3000 …Before anyone asks this is practically the same as 3600 cl18, or 3000 cl15. 3600 cl16 has minimal gains from a gaming standpoint


I was just about to ask this as I was thinking of buying some 3600mhz CL18 ram and was unsure whether to switch to this Adata deal. I may stick to the Corsair sticks as they're shorter in height and I'm going to be using a low profile heatsink. Also not fussed about RGB.
I'm still cheesed off, Didn't stop me buying another set.
koskesh15/09/2020 18:15

`I don't care about RGB.I watched many of these comparison videos, most …`I don't care about RGB.I watched many of these comparison videos, most recommend 3600Mhz and at maximum CL 16, the PC will be for gaming only.with a Ryzen 7 3700X (or the successor next month). still undecided.


Can I ask, why a 3700X if the machine is for gaming only?

That CPU is double the price of a 3600 at £300ish and you'd get about 0.5% increased FPS (about half a frame per second).

You'd be much better off putting that money into a GPU increase.
Fents16/09/2020 09:38

Can I ask, why a 3700X if the machine is for gaming only?That CPU is …Can I ask, why a 3700X if the machine is for gaming only?That CPU is double the price of a 3600 at £300ish and you'd get about 0.5% increased FPS (about half a frame per second).You'd be much better off putting that money into a GPU increase.


that is true,I haven’t build the pc yet.3600 was/is my first choice,but then since I’m spending that much on the RTX 3080 (so there is no need to spend more on GPU ) then spending £90 more and getting a 8 core 3700x vs 6 core 3600 makes more sense for a little more performance and future proofing.
my goal is to build a PC that is significantly more powerful than next gen consoles and they have 8 core CPUs).

AMD will launch next generation CPUs in 3 weeks time and their prices will be same,so I will either go for successor of 3600/3700x if there is big performance improvement or pick up 3600/3700x at inevitable reduced price.
Edited by: "koskesh" 16th Sep
koskesh16/09/2020 10:49

that is true,I haven’t build the pc yet.3600 was/is my first choice,but t …that is true,I haven’t build the pc yet.3600 was/is my first choice,but then since I’m spending that much on the RTX 3080 (so there is no need to spend more on GPU ) then spending £90 more and getting a 8 core 3700x vs 6 core 3600 makes more sense for a little more performance and future proofing.my goal is to build a PC that is significantly more powerful than next gen consoles and they have 8 core CPUs).AMD will launch next generation CPUs in 3 weeks time and their prices will be same,so I will either go for successor of 3600/3700x if there is big performance improvement or pick up 3600/3700x at inevitable reduced price.


The point he's trying to make to you is that unless you are gaming at 1080p and want 150fps+ frame rates. Then a 3700x or a 4700x next month is a waste of money.

It would be better for you to get a 3600 or a 4600 next month and save the £100 quid for something else like a faster m2 or a better motherboard. In gaming (and especially at 1440p or 4k which I'm assuming you are on if you are buying a 3080) you will not see a difference more than 1-2fps.

That said, if you are aware of the above and just want the best. Then yes go ahead. It is a better cpu for sure. Especially the 4700x that will drop soon.
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