Corsair has recently unveiled its latest DDR5 gaming RAM series, Dominator Titanium, designed for high-performance PCs. These cutting-edge modules offer a wide range of options, from 32GB to a staggering 192GB, with clock frequencies reaching up to 7200 MHz. Corsair has released detailed specifications for these new products, including their pricing.
The Dominator Titanium RAM comes in various configurations to cater to different needs. Dual-channel kits are available in 2x16GB, 2x24GB, 2x32GB, and 2x48GB formats, while quad-channel versions come in 4x16GB, 4x24GB, and 4x48GB formats. The memory clock speeds vary from 6000 to 8000 MHz, with voltage ranging from 1.35V to 1.45V.
Corsair is launching a special first-edition version, limited to 500 units, which includes sets of 2x16GB, 2x32GB, and 2x24GB with frequencies of 6000, 6600, and 7200 MHz. Additionally, each unit in the First Edition series comes with a Corsair screwdriver and special attachments for customizing the RAM’s appearance.
Highlighted features of the Dominator Titanium RAM include the proprietary DHX cooling technology, 11 individually addressable LEDs, and a range of accessories that allow users to modify the modules’ appearance. Corsair also differentiates the color schemes: modules supporting Intel XMP 3.0 are black and white, while those designed for AMD EXPO are gray.
Corsair Dominator Titanium RAM price and availability
These advanced Corsair Dominator Titanium RAM modules are now available for purchase on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk. The 32GB (2x16GB) DDR5-6000 and DDR5-7200 memory kits are priced at $174 and $234, respectively. Additionally, the 64GB (2x32GB) DDR5-6000 version is available for $314.
Notably, Corsair recently introduced the K70 Max gaming keyboard, priced at $229.99 / £209.99. This keyboard boasts an impressive 8,000 Hz sampling rate, a rotary volume control, RGB lighting, and innovative magnetic switches. These switches enable the execution of two actions with a single button press, enhancing the keyboard’s functionality and usability.