The XPG series is the performance division of ADATA when it comes to the RAM side of things and it's split up into three sections. We've got the Plus and Plus V2.0 series which as you'd expect fall under the Plus name. Alongside that we've got the Gaming and Gaming V2.0 series which as the past would tell you falls under the Gaming series and finally we've got the Xtreme Series which is what we're going to be looking at today.
While the Xtreme series may sound like the cream of the crop, it's actually the Plus line up that holds the fastest kits of RAM. The problem with them, though, and specialty the V2 series is the massive heatsink that is present on the kit. It can be known to cause issues with some CPU coolers. Today, though, that's not going to be a problem as we find ourselves looking at the Xtreme series.
To be honest looking at the Xtreme Series kit from ADATA it doesn't seem all that "Xtreme" with a fairly plain heatsink present. Along with that we've also got a green PCB instead of a black one which anyone who reads our RAM reviews would know is a pet peeve of mine.
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