After Intel released the 12th generation Core series desktop processors, Corsair launched the Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5-5200 memory for the first time. In the next few months, products with DDR5-6000, DDR5-6200, and DDR5-6400 specifications were added successively to meet consumers’ memory needs for the next-generation Alder Lake platform
As consumers have higher and higher performance requirements for DDR5 memory and the gradual maturity of DDR5 memory, CORSAIR has once again updated
the Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5 memory, released a more powerful DDR5-6600 specification product, and provided a 16GB x2 kit. In addition to the frequency reaching 6600MHz, its timing is CL32-39-39-76, making it one of the strongest DDR5 memories on the market.
CORSAIR said that the Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5 series is a product that complements classic shapes and brilliant lights. It is equipped with 12 independently addressable and adjustable CAPELLIX LED lamp beads, which have higher brightness and lower power consumption. It features forged aluminum construction, precision die-casting, and anodizing, combined with CORSAIR’s patented CORSAIR DHX cooling design, to push its performance to the limit.
Users can also adjust the voltage of the Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5 series memory through CORSAIR’s iCUE software to achieve finer adjustments for a more stable overclocking experience. iCUE software can also save XMP 3.0 configuration files, which are convenient for users to customize for different applications or usage scenarios.