In quick: When Corsair revealed the Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5 modules, the very first setups provided didn’t consist of any surpassing the 6,000 MT/s mark. That has actually now altered, as Corsair is introducing 2 brand-new sets utilizing these modules, one performing at 6,200 MT/s and another at 6,400 MT/s.
Corsair revealed its brand-new Dominator Platinum RGB memory would be offered in a dual-channel 2×16 GB setup. The 6,200 MT/s sets will include CL36-39-39-76 timings at 1.30 V, while the 6,400 MT/s packages include CL38-40-40-84 timings at 1.35 V.
Despite being a significant upgrade over the previous highest-frequency Corsair Dominator modules, set at 5,600 MT/s, they’re still within the JEDEC basic variety, just recently broadened to 6400 MT/s in its ceiling.
The DDR5 memory ICs, PMIC, and the custom-made 10- layer PCB are cooled by a black anodized aluminum DHX heatsink, packaging 12 personalized Capellix RGB LEDs on top. To set up the memory’s RGB system, you’ll require to download and set up the business’s iCUE software application.
Like all DDR5 modules, the brand-new Corsair memory supports XMP 3.0, enabling purchasers to plug it in and pick among the readily available profiles to overclock it instantly. You typically need to do this through BIOS/UEFI, however there’s a simpler method, thanks to Corsair’s application of XMP Manager in the iCUE software application. With XMP Manager, users can pick any XMP 3.0 profile conserved in the modules and produce as much as 2 others they can modify for improved stability and much better efficiency.
The 2×16 GB DDR5-6200 package is priced at $51499 on Corsair’s site. The 2×16 GB DDR5-6400 module is likewise noted on the site, however the MSRP has actually not been revealed. Corsair backs Dominator Platinum RGB packages with its basic life time service warranty.