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Corsair release their new Dominator Platinum Limited Edition DDR4 memory

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Corsair release their new Dominator Platinum Limited Edition DDR4 memory

Corsair releases their new Dominator Platinum Limited Edition DDR4 memory

 

Corsair has released their new Dominator Platinum Limited Edition DDR4 memory, offering capacities of  2x16GB or 4x8GB, speeds of 3200MHz and either chrome or blackout colour schemes.

These kits will run at 1.35V with timing so of 14-16-16-36, with Corsair promising that their kits have been handcrafted to overclocks to 3.6GHz. There will only be 500 units of this special edition memory that will be made available worldwide, with prices of £279.99 for the 2x16GB kit and £309.99 for the 4x8GB kit.  

 

   The assembly of each DOMINATOR PLATINUM SE kit is supervised by CORSAIR’s world renowned memory engineers, numbered in limited editions of 500 and delivered to you to enjoy.

DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition memory is fully compatible with Intel® X99 and 100 Series motherboards and is purposefully built with the highest grade sorted ICs, 10-layer PCB for better signaling, patented DHX cooling technology and hand screened by CORSAIR’s memory engineers to ensure maximum overclocking performance and reliability.

 

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Most Recent Comments

28-09-2016, 11:06:37

Wraith
They are soooooo beautiful! Brushed Aluminium is just pron to me.Quote

28-09-2016, 11:25:35

Dicehunter
I need these in my life, alas I am broke for a little bit so I shall dream Quote

28-09-2016, 11:52:49

steverebo
£279.99 is a bit steep but they are gorgeous and i can see these in my systemQuote

28-09-2016, 23:27:05

NeverBackDown
The first plats I actually like. Way to expensive though. Not worth the looks imoQuote

29-09-2016, 03:32:49

dipzy
I don't know which one to choose for my new build Quote
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