In short: When Corsair introduced the Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5 modules, the primary configurations introduced did not embody any exceeding the 6,000 MT/s mark. That has now modified, as Corsair is launching two new kits utilizing these modules, one working at 6,200 MT/s and one other at 6,400 MT/s.
Corsair introduced its new Dominator Platinum RGB reminiscence could be out there in a dual-channel 2x16GB configuration. The 6,200 MT/s kits will function CL36-39-39-76 timings at 1.30V, whereas the 6,400 MT/s kits include CL38-40-40-84 timings at 1.35V.
Regardless of being a substantial improve over the earlier highest-frequency Corsair Dominator modules, set at 5,600 MT/s, they’re nonetheless throughout the JEDEC commonplace vary, just lately expanded to 6400 MT/s in its higher restrict.
The DDR5 reminiscence ICs, PMIC, and the customized 10-layer PCB are cooled by a black anodized aluminum DHX heatsink, packing 12 customizable Capellix RGB LEDs on high. To configure the reminiscence’s RGB system, you may must obtain and set up the corporate’s iCUE software program.
Like all DDR5 modules, the brand new Corsair reminiscence helps XMP 3.0, permitting patrons to plug it in and select one of many out there profiles to overclock it robotically. You normally have to do that through BIOS/UEFI, however there’s a neater method, because of Corsair’s implementation of XMP Supervisor within the iCUE software program. With XMP Supervisor, customers can select any XMP 3.0 profile saved within the modules and create as much as two others they will tweak for enhanced stability and higher efficiency.
The 2x16GB DDR5-6200 package is priced at $514.99 on Corsair’s web site. The 2x16GB DDR5-6400 module can be listed on the web site, however the MSRP has not been introduced. Corsair backs Dominator Platinum RGB kits with its commonplace lifetime guarantee.