ADATA partnered with Avexir to use its patented LED memory module technology. The outfit has not issued the specifications list of XPG Dazzle memory selections, but the company said that there will be 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB kits available with options of 2x8 GB, 4x8 GB, 2x16 GB and 4x16 GB sticks.
The XPG Dazzle modules are built on a 10-layer PCB, which ADATA said helps maintain stability and quality of signal transfer. The company also has its XPG Z1 memory, which is meant for overclocking, is also built on a 10-layer PCB, but the Z1 has copper to improve stability.
ADATA did not say if its Dazzle memory will have the extra copper feature so the showy kit might not have the same level of overclocking potential.
According to Tom's Hardware ADATA has not yet revealed the pricing and release date of the XPG Dazzle lineup.