Corsair has released premium Dominator Titanium DDR5 RAM kits with speeds of up to 8000MHz. An interesting feature of the new products is the ability to change their appearance by replacing the upper part of the radiators.
At the top of the heatsink of the Corsair Dominator Titanium DDR5 memory module is a plate that can be removed and replaced with another one – your own or purchased from Corsair. In this case, the ARGB backlight remains, except in cases where the upper part is completely opaque. To control the backlight, there is the proprietary Corsair iCUE software.
Corsair will offer Dominator Titanium DDR5 RAM modules that support both Intel XMP 3.0 overclocking profiles and AMD EXPO profiles. The planks look almost the same, so you should take a closer look at the kit when purchasing. You can also pay attention to the color of the modules. Planks that support XMP 3.0 will be available in black or white, while modules that support AMD EXPO will only have gray heatsinks.
Corsair offers Dominator Titanium DDR5 memory in dual-channel kits with a total capacity of 32 (2×16), 48 (2×24), 64 (2×32), and 96 (2×48) GB. In the form of four-channel kits, the memory is offered in modules of 16, 24 and 48 GB. That is, the total volume of the sets in this case is up to 192 GB. Module speeds range from DDR5-6000 to DDR5-8000 and operating voltages are between 1.35 and 1.45 V.
Corsair will also release special First Edition memory kits. Only 500 pairs for each model. They will be available in dual-channel sets of 32 (2×16), 48 (2×24) and 64 (2×32) GB and offer speeds of DDR5-6000, DDR5-6600 and DDR5-7200. Regardless of volume and speed, they all operate at 1.4V.
The First Edition variants come with additional accessories in the form of a proprietary Corsair screwdriver as well as replacement radiator strips. These kits are only available through the official Corsair online store.
At the time of writing, not all Dominator Titanium DDR5 memory modules were available in the manufacturer’s online store. The company evaluated the DDR5-6000 kit with CL30 timings at 32GB (2x16GB) and the DDR5-7200 kit with the same volume and CL32 timings $174.99 And $234.99 respectively. The manufacturer, in turn, rated the dual-channel DDR5-6000 kit with CL30 timings for 64 GB (2×32 GB). $314.99.