The Shiny Chinpokomon of RAM; CORSAIR's DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition DDR4

Subject: Memory | September 28, 2016 - 01:07 PM |
Tagged: DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition, corsair, ddr4, ddr4-3200, DHX

Corsair's DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition series comes in 32GB kits, either four 8GB DIMMs or a pair of 16GB DIMMs, in your choice of Chrome or Blackout finishes.  All kits are DDR4-3200MHz but with the 10-layer PCB and DHX heatsinks Corsair feels that reaching 3600MHz will be trivial and higher frequencies possible for talented tweakers.  They will be available directly from Corsair, $330 for the quad-channel kit and $300 for the dual channel.

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You can read the full PR by clicking below.

FREMONT, CA – September 28th 2016 - CORSAIR®, a world leader in enthusiast memory, PC components and high-performance gaming hardware today announced the immediate availability of its new DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition DDR4 memory. Adding a new level of refinement and distinction to the long-standing CORSAIR DOMINATOR PLATINUM legacy, DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition is available in two exclusive new styles, mirror finish Chrome and brushed aluminum Blackout. Precision crafted in strictly limited quantities of 500 kits each of 32GB (4x8GB or 2x16GB) 3,200MHz DDR4, DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition also boasts improved integrated lighting via an illuminated light-pipe, patented DHX cooling technology and full XMP certification for one-touch overclocking. Designed for world-class PC system builds where only the most elite memory will suffice, CORSAIR DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition modules deliver the refinement and quality that the most discerning PC enthusiasts demand.

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Designed and crafted to meticulous standards, DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition is CORSAIR’s most elite memory ever, combining the classic and iconic DOMINATOR PLATINUM design with two new stunning finishes. DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition Chrome’s ultra-reflective chrome surface starts with anodized aluminum that is precision polished to a mirror finish and trimmed with sandblasted matte edging for an unprecedented display of beauty and power. In contrast, the ultra-sleek DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition Blackout is engineered from black anodized aluminum, finished with polished black edging, and hand sorted to maintain a flawless finish. Each kit is individually numbered using high precision laser engraving, guaranteeing exclusivity.

Fully compatible with the latest Intel® X99 and 100 series motherboards, each module is individually hand screened for added quality assurance and overclocking headroom. For discerning users looking to push their system to the limit and reach peak performance, DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition’s custom 10-layer PCB provides superior signaling for greater overclocking potential, allowing every DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition module to be safely overclocked to at least 3,600MHz. What’s more, with CORSAIR’s patented DHX cooling technology, the aluminum heat-spreader is built right into the PCB, ensuring rapid heat dissipation and lower temperatures.

“DOMINATOR PLATINUM SE modules are meticulously crafted with painstaking attention to detail, manufactured in limited edition quantities of 500, and individually numbered.” Said Andy Paul, CORSAIR Founder and CEO. “These rather special and rare products will be enjoyed by an exclusive group of enthusiasts”

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Dominator Platinum Special Edition Chrome and Dominator Platinum Special Edition Blackout are available immediately exclusively from the CORSAIR webstore in the United States, UK and Germany.

Source: Corsair

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September 28, 2016 | 02:02 PM - Posted by Crunchy (not verified)

Currently the equivalent dominators are $230 at the same speed, but worse CL at 16. GSkill has the Trident Z at $205 with the same CL, but better timings. So essentially, the aesthetic of this version of Dominator comes at a $70-100 price premium... Not worth it all, but I'm sure people will still buy it.

They did a good job on their landing page though. Looks very apple-esque.

September 28, 2016 | 08:19 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

I'm a fucking retarded peasant faggot. I've already talked to distro and got on the list for as many as I can get which will be limited to only $20k-$30K worth. This is the best fucking ram ever made you dumb fuck. Totally worth it. Not every one is a poor, stupid, lazy nerd like me. These are sick af. Anyway, my Amazon store will sell out if them instantly everytime we relist. And we'll mark them way up too.

September 29, 2016 | 07:52 PM - Posted by Kraaketaer

Wow, is someone a bit protective of their business model of screwing over bling-obsessed geeks? Jeez. You do know that someone disliking something - even to the degree of posting about its stupidity - doesn't actually hurt your bottom line, right?

October 1, 2016 | 11:59 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Actually, if you could tell us what your store is, that would be helpful in avoiding psychos like you.

September 28, 2016 | 09:15 PM - Posted by Klyde (not verified)

On fire with the headlines today Jeremy.

September 29, 2016 | 08:24 AM - Posted by Hakuren

Not exactly perfect headline. Chinpokomon? You're aware Mr Hellstrom that it's South Park creators joke, with Chinpo = penis in Japanese... LOL

September 29, 2016 | 03:26 PM - Posted by Jeremy Hellstrom

Excactly; how is that not perfect?

September 29, 2016 | 07:50 PM - Posted by Kraaketaer

I think they're overcomplicating this. Cover the RAM in an insulating polymer or other coating, then cover the whole PCB, chips and all, in chrome. Ultimate tech bling. They should do this to motherboards too. Everything. Chrome it all! I want chrome cables, chrome connectors, chrome coolers, chrome fans, chrome cases, chrome RGB LEDs, chrome monitors, chrome mice and keyboards and EVERYTHING MUST BE CHROME!

Okay, I might have gone a bit overboard there. But I think Corsair has too.

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