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Monday, January 21, 2019

ADATA's XPG SPECTRIX D80 Sets New All-Time Overclocking Record

Both the Computex and CES markets are catching the attention of consumers, enthusiasts and investors from around the world, which they are always interested in new technologies. For this reason, there is probably no better place to show yourself to a wider audience and praise your portfolio. This can be done by presenting new products, twisted and niche products, entering into cooperation with professional modders or players or, finally, by overclocking.

ADATA's XPG SPECTRIX D80 Sets New All-Time Overclocking Record
ADATA's XPG SPECTRIX D80 Sets New All-Time Overclocking Record

ADATA has decided to prove that when it comes to OC, their products are unmatched. At least in the case of DDR4 modules, on which they achieved a staggering, record-breaking 5583 MHz.

ADATA's XPG SPECTRIX D80 Overclocked CPU-Z Info
ADATA's XPG SPECTRIX D80 Overclocked CPU-Z Info

According to the new entry from the HWBot database, Taiwanese from ADATA XPG are now the first in the world in terms of overclocking DDR4 RAM modules. They managed to do it by turning the memory up to 2791.6 (5583.2 effectively) MHz. Of course, such high result was bought with equally abstract conditions for ordinary Kowalski or Nowak. Speech not only about the platform - MSI MPG Z390I GAMING EDGE AC motherboard, Intel Core i9 9900K processor and ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D80 RGB DDR4 Memory, but also steps taken.

Starting from full cooling with liquid nitrogen (also modules), to turning off the cores in the CPU (leaving 2 cores and 2 threads) and lowering its clocks to 812.5 MHz. However, the difficulties paid off because in effect, both the current leader from Hong Kong (Hocayu - 2782.9 MHz, a record from before 2 months) and Taiwan (Toppc - 2771.5 MHz, achieved over half a year ago) managed to break through. Unfortunately, ADATA XPG did not decide to share the flavors in the form of applied voltage for the DDR4 controller or set timings.

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