ADATA XPG launches its ASUS ROG certified DDR4 SPECTRIX D50 memory

XPG, ADATA’s division for gamers, esports professionals, and technology enthusiasts, officially launched its new ASUS ROG-certified SPECTRIX D50 memory kit, specifically designed to achieve maximum compatibility and performance with the company’s motherboards. Taiwanese.

Instant performance boost and overclocking

The DDR4 SPECTRIX D50 memory kit certified by ASUS ROG has passed the strict overclocking and compatibility tests of the Taiwanese company, ensuring optimal performance on ROG motherboards for Intel® platforms with DDR4 memories. Thanks to this, ROG users will be able to enjoy high performance thanks to its 3600MHz frequencies without worrying about compatibility. This memory kit is also compatible with motherboards that support Intel® XMP 2.0 for automatic overclocking.

Elegant design with synchronizable lighting

The ASUS ROG certified SPECTRIX D50 kit not only has an elegant metallic design with the ASUS ROG logo on its side, but also has an LED lighting bar on the top, whose colors and lighting effects can be synchronized with the all other components through Asus’ ROG AURA SYNC software.

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Lifetime warranty

As you would expect in a collaboration between ADATA XPG and ASUS ROG, this memory kit is built with the highest quality components for the highest possible reliability. To give users peace of mind, this kit has a lifetime warranty.


The ASUS ROG certified SPECTRIX D50 kit includes two 8GB DDR4 memory modules for a total capacity of 16GB, certified to work with 3600MHz frequency, 17-17-21 latencies, and 1.35V voltage when activating its XMP 2.0 profile.


The ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D50 kit certified by ASUS ROG will arrive in Latin America in November, and you can find it in the main stores of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and much of Central America. In Argentina there will be promotions when buying it together with an Asus ROG motherboard, so stay tuned if you are looking to update both your motherboard and your memories.

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