Corsair has made a curious and interesting bet with its new Corsair Dominator Platinum Special Edition Torque DDR4 RAM, as it has decided to dispense with RGB LED lighting that is so fashionable in the PC gaming component market.
As we can see in the images these new RAM modules have a “coat” of aluminum that protects the memory chips and also contributes to dissipate heat, something important as we speak of a high performance solution designed to work at high speeds.
To this we must add that each module is manufactured on a ten-layer PCB, which guarantees structural strength and full reliability.
The construction quality of the Corsair Dominator Platinum Special Edition Torque DDR4 RAM modules is beyond doubt, but they also have a unique, very neat and attractive aesthetic that seamlessly supplements the aforementioned lack of RGB LED lighting.
At the moment Corsair has confirmed the launch of two Dominator Platinum Special Edition Torque kits, both of 32GB capacity but with a different distribution. The first integrates two modules of 16 GB each and the second four modules of 8 GB.
With this division the manufacturer seeks to offer solutions adapted to both dual channel configurations (those two 16GB modules) and quad channel (all four 8GB modules).
Both kits run at 3,200 MHz by default but can reach up to 3,600 MHz with overclocking.
Corsair has confirmed that the kit of two modules Corsair Dominator Platinum Special Edition Torque DDR4 RAM of 16 GB is priced at 399.99 euros, while the four modules of 8 GB goes up to 449.99 euros.