Corsair demonstrated the Vengeance DDR5 memory for the first time some time ago, and also hinted at the new Dominator DDR5 memory series. Recently, CORSAIR unveiled its Dominator Platinum DDR5 memory on its Twitter
official account, which will be the flagship model of its new generation of memory. In the overall appearance design, CORSAIR has not made very big changes. After all, the current Dominator series products are quite good, and the changes are mainly focused on the PCB design.
Corsair’s Dominator Platinum DDR5 memory has a black appearance and still uses the patented DHX heat dissipation technology. There will be 12 fully addressable CAPELLIX RGB LEDs on it, supporting XMP 3.0. It is understood that CORSAIR may also launch a white version. In addition, the iCUE software can still configure the RGB lighting effects of Dominator Platinum DDR5 memory.
However, as before, CORSAIR did not disclose the specifications of the new series of memory. According to the JEDEC specification, DDR5 memory starts from 4800 MT/s and 1.1V. Overclocking depends on many factors, especially after DDR5 memory integrates PMIC, the situation is more complicated, and it is a great test for the manufacturer’s technology. According to CORSAIR, its DDR5 memory will initially have up to DDR5-6400 specifications, providing up to 51 GB/s bandwidth.
In addition to CORSAIR, many memory manufacturers have demonstrated a new generation of DDR5 memory, including G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5, GeIL Polaris RGB DDR5
, TeamGroup T-Force Delta RGB DDR5/T-Force Vulcan DDR5/Elite series DDR5, ADATA XPG CASTER DDR5, Kingston Fury DDR5 series, Asgard’s DDR5, etc.