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Corsair DDR5-7200 Dominator Platinum 32GB CL34 Review


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Corsair, which is no stranger to computer memory, actually computer memory is where Corsair started. Today we are going to be looking at one of Corsair’s newest DDR5 kits, specifically the Dominator Platinum rated at 7200MHz at a CAS latency timing of CL34. In the PC memory market, much like other markets, speed is king and whoever can get there quicker, gets the performance crown. While this is not the fastest 32GB DDR5 kit out there, having a CAS Latency of 34 certainly helps. Thanks much to our friends at Corsair for providing the review unit. Let’s get to it.  

 

Looking at the PCB itself, there are eight DDR5 memory modules with their power management integrated circuit in the very center, which is also cooled via the aluminum heat spreader. Also a closer look at the RGB LEDs and the plastic light diffuser with 12 addressable Capellix LED elements spaced out. The memory chips themselves are oriented in a single rank configuration, 8 chips in total having 2GB each, making 16GB per stick. Looking closer at the DDR5 memory modules themselves, you can see they are from SK Hynix, one of the three big memory producers in the world. Looking even closer to the ICs, SK Hynix H5CG48AGBD X018 234A, which looks to be a 16-bit A die, one of the best, if not the best for overclocking.

My DDR5 test system currently has a Intel Core i5 12600K on a Aorus Z690 Pro motherboard, running the latest BIOS version F21. Cooling the 16 threaded Alder Lake CPU, is be quiets' Pure Loop 280mm with two 140mm Silent Wings 4 Pro fans. Windows 11 build 22621 is installed on the Corsair MP600 XT Pro 2TB NVME M.2 SSD, review here. Let’s install them and take a full look via Aida64 and Thaiphoon Burner.

Read the complete review HERE.

 

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Nice review. Really appreciate the high quality photography throughout. 

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Yeah really agree. Great work Ryan.

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Thanks gents, sorry this came a few months later...😄

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4 hours ago, bluedevil said:

Thanks gents, sorry this came a few months later...😄

Better late than never haha.

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