Corsair has taken advantage of the Computex 2023 framework to expand its line of RAM memories with the new DOMINATOR TITANIUM DDR5 . If you are looking for extreme performance and spectacular aesthetics, they are for you.
Corsair has one of the most complete RAM memory catalogs on the market. A few months ago we were able to verify it in the analysis of the new VENGEANCE series, balanced in characteristics / price. But the ‘Dominator’ are another level; The elite of the elite for the enthusiast or professional user looking for the best available in this important component.
The CORSAIR DOMINATOR TITANIUM DDR5 is destined to occupy a privileged place in next-generation PCs, with support for Intel platforms (Alder Lake and Raptor Lake) and also for AMD’s Ryzen 7000. They are compatible with Intel XMP 3.0 and AMD Expo which ensures stable and easy overclocking in a few clicks on both platforms.
These memories will be able to reach speeds of up to 8,000 MT/s and with CAS 30 latency, being able to cover capacities of up to 192 GB. Like the rest of the brand’s DDR5 memories , the modules are manufactured using memory chips classified by hand and with strict control to guarantee high and constant frequencies, on high-performance printed circuit boards capable of ensuring signal stability.
Cooling for these chips is via a solid aluminum heat sink that effectively directs heat away from the memory while complementing the modern aesthetic of each PC. In the aesthetic section, highlight the 11 individually addressable RGB LEDs that they include, to achieve the most spectacular light arrays. And for more advanced effects, lighting can be synchronized with music, game or movie playback with iCUE Murals.
Increasing the possibilities of customization, highlighting as a novelty of the series the possibility of replacing the upper RGB bars with kits of sheets that are sold separately to achieve any style, minimalist, classic or even more spectacular than the standard bars.
The CORSAIR DOMINATOR TITANIUM DDR5 will be available in July 2023 on the manufacturer’s web portal and specialized retailers. They will be marketed in individual modules and in kits that can reach a capacity of 192 Gbytes (4 x 48 GB). To celebrate the launch, the company will distribute a limited run of 500 first-edition kits with higher frequencies and individually numbered modules. Say that Corsair offers a limited lifetime warranty on its RAM memories, which ensures investment and future upgrades.