Review Adata XPG Spectrix D60G DDR4-3600 C14 2x8GB Review: Great Performance, High Price


Oct 5, 2021
I am currently using this ram from Adata and I am thoroughly impressed. Unlike the testers in the article, I was easily able to get my 4x8GB / 32gb 3600mhz ram stable at cl 13 14 14 14 34. I haven't bothered much OC the clock speeds honestly as I am easily running the memory at CL 14 14 14 14 34 with no added voltage or anything, simply using my MSI x570 Ace preset "Memory Try It !" setting where you can find a long list of auto OC and/or auto timing OC settings to try with very little effort (that is as long as the settings you choose do boot upon restart). I haven't ever had any issues running it at these settings and I have seen the majority of folks attempting to run 4000mhz ram at 1:1 fclk at 2000mhz having issues going above 1900mhz fclk with some having trouble even at 1900mhz and 3600 cl14 is plenty much so that it is unlikely that anyone would notice a difference (especially in real world application/use) between it and anything faster, like 3800 why bother? And I could raise the voltage slightly to lower the timings even more if I wanted as I've already proven that stable...but I'd rather run stock voltages with lower timings if possible to hopefully increase the longevity and life of the ram kit I have. I also noticed in their table of "Lowest Stable Timings," every set of RAM listed was supposedly set to command rate of 2T. Surely this is a mistake as all of those would run at 1T stock and shouldn't need to be changed to 2T at those settings for stability... Once again, my 4x8gb 3200mhz d60g memory runs at 1T with timings set to 14 14 14 14 34 with ease and without any additional voltage.

I highly recommend this's tough to beat at any price and coming in at nearly half the price of some of the kits it beats, why would you not buy it? My Memory Try It; settings pictured