During our visit to Computex earlier this year, we caught an early look at the new Corsair Dominator Titanium DDR5 memory, built using the fastest ICs currently available and utilising new DHX cooling technology to keep thermals in check. Now, these memory kits are ready for prime time.
The new Corsair Dominator Titanium DDR5 memory aims to offer the best possible overclocking performance and speeds for both Intel and AMD-based systems. Out of the box, Corsair is promising speeds of up to 8,000MT/s and capacities up to 192GB (4x 4GB). As you would expect, there is an RGB LED lightbar on top of the heatsink, with 11 individually lit ARGB LEDs.
As you would expect from Corsair's fastest DDR5 memory, these kits are on the expensive side. The Dominator Titanium First Edition kit for Intel XMP systems will set you back £224.99 for the 7200MT/s 32GB kit. 64GB of 6600MT/s Dominator Titanium memory with CL32 latency will cost £324.99.
There are also AMD EXPO-optimised versions of the Dominator Titanium kits available, with a 64GB 6000MT/s kit going for £294.99.
Of course, what you are paying for here is access to the fastest ICs, which means greater overclocking potential for enthusiasts, on top of Corsair's patented cooling solution to keep thermals low. We have an in-depth review on the way, so stay tuned for more details on exactly how well these modules perform.
You can buy Corsair's Dominator Titanium memory directly from their web store.
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