Corsair launches Dominator Titanium DDR5 memory up to 8000 MT/s and 192GB, AMD EXPO and Intel XMP support

Published: Sep 27th 2023, 10:23 GMT   Comments

Corsair Dominator Titanium up to DDR5-8000 specs

Corsair has unveiled its latest addition to the DDR5 memory lineup, the Dominator Titanium series

The Dominator Titanium DDR5 memory introduces a fresh design element, allowing users to customize the interchangeable top bar. Corsair offers fin accessory kits for those who want to match their memory’s aesthetics with their system build. This level of customization extends to both Intel and AMD platforms, with Intel XMP 3.0 support for 12th and 13th-Gen Core processors and AMD EXPO compatibility for Ryzen 7000 CPUs. The memory also retains Corsair’s signature features, including the Corsair DHX cooling solution and 11 individually addressable RGB LEDs for custom lighting effects.

Corsair’s Dominator Titanium DDR5 memory will be available in a variety of capacities, from dual-channel options like 2x16GB, 2x24GB, and 2x32GB to quad-channel options like 4x16GB, 4x24GB, and 4x48GB. Data rates range from DDR5-6000 to DDR5-8000, with DRAM voltages between 1.35V and 1.45V.

DDR5 Dominator Titanium, Source: Corsair

Additionally, Corsair will commemorate the Dominator Titanium launch with a limited run of First Edition memory kits, featuring exclusive extras and capacities. These were mainly distributed among influencers and reviewers; however, they will also be available for purchase and limited to 500 units.

The Dominator Titanium DDR5 memory kits for Intel platform come in black or white, while AMD platform kits are available in gray. Corsair claims they are hand-selecting memory chips for optimal performance and offer a limited lifetime warranty for peace of mind.

DDR5 Dominator Titanium, Source: Corsair

Pricing options for Dominator Titanium DDR5 memory kits either through Corsair’s official online store or from select retailers across the United States. It’s worth noting that availability may vary, and not all SKUs may be currently in stock. Pricing details include the 32GB (2x16GB) DDR5-6000 C30 and DDR5-7200 C32 memory kits, priced at $174.99 and $234.99, respectively. For those seeking higher capacity, the 64GB (2x32GB) DDR5-6000 C30 variant is available for $314.99.

Source: Corsair, Tom’s Hardware

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