CORSAIR releases Dominator Titanium DDR5 memory

Corsair, a reputable American corporation, has announced the launch of its Dominator Titanium DDR5 memory. This product carries forward the remarkable aesthetic design of past Dominator series products, incorporating Corsair’s patented DHX cooling technology and some of the fastest integrated circuits currently available. This culmination serves to elevate the potential for overclocking and deliver unparalleled performance.

The Dominator Titanium DDR5 memory is compatible with both Intel and AMD platforms, supporting Intel XMP 3.0 and AMD EXPO technologies. Users can effortlessly achieve overclocking through simple operations. The memory offers a maximum speed of 8000MT/s and a capacity of up to 192GB (4x 48GB) set, with some models boasting latency as low as CL30. Corsair asserts that all new memory units undergo rigorous hand-selection and screening, providing a limited lifetime warranty.

Equipped with a solid aluminum heat sink, the Dominator Titanium DDR5 memory efficiently conducts heat. Simultaneously, it features 11 individually addressable RGB LEDs, which, when paired with Corsair’s iCUE Murlas light painting function, facilitate one-click configuration of system-wide lighting effects, or synchronization of lighting with music, games, or movies. Another design highlight is the replaceable design of the top light bar, enabling users to purchase kits separately and replace the original RGB light bar with a classic fin design. This understated yet elegant exterior caters to gamers’ desires for light-free PC builds.

Additionally, Corsair has introduced the iCUE LINK smart component ecosystem, heralding a more intelligent and convenient era for PC DIY.

Corsair states that iCUE LINK fundamentally overturns conventional PC installation patterns, enabling users to halve the time required to assemble a high-performance PC and significantly simplifying cable management, thanks to its single cable technology (patent pending). The first batch of iCUE LINK products, including new fans, integrated water cooling systems, and system hubs, will be launched in June of this year.

Each iCUE LINK product comes equipped with a mini controller acting as the “brain” for communication with the system hub. The novel “time offset” RGB lighting mode uses a flickering light effect to give the illusion of fans frozen or spinning in reverse. Each fan has an inbuilt temperature sensor and mini controller, allowing for more precise control options.