DOMINATOR® PLATINUM Special Edition Torque 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3200MHz C14 Memory Kit
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CORSAIR DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition TORQUE DDR4 is engineered to bring performance and style to any build. It’s designed with a heat-treated top bar and black side plates to provide a special hot rod finish to your system.
Inspired by our passion for speed
SPEED INSPIRED DESIGN
The heat-treated effect top bar and black side plates bring the ultimate hot rod finish to your system.
CHECK YOUR GAUGES
CORSAIR LINK compatible for real time temperature monitoring.
Hand screened ICs ensure superior performance and reliability.
Power up XMP 2.0 automatically adjusts to the fastest safe speed for your kit.
TAKE IT TO TOP SPEED
10-layer PCB and patterned DHX cooling technology improves heat dispersion for superior overclocking potential.
Designed for world-class Intel X99, 100 and 200 Series system builds.
HIGH PERFORMANCE, HIGH ADRENALINE
PUT THE PEDAL TO THE METAL
The all new DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition Torque is built to take you to the edge. It’s engineered for world-class system builds that demand redline performance when you put the pedal to the metal.
WHITE KNUCKLE ENGINEERING
PRECISION TUNED TO PERFORM
The ICs of each DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition Torque kit are hand screened and rigorously tested by memory engineers at CORSAIR to ensure maximum overclocking performance and reliability.
RAISE YOUR REDLINE
SPEED IS IN OUR DNA
DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition Torque’s purpose-built heat-spreaders and patented DHX® cooling tech are engineered to take your rig to top speed without breaking a sweat. And, extracting maximum performance is easy - built-in XMP 2.0 support gives you trouble-free, automatic overclocking.
FRESH FROM THE CORSAIR GARAGE
A ONE-OF-A-KIND MACHINE
We’ve completely customized a classic BULLDOG chassis, featuring hot rod design inside and out. Learn more about this one-of-a-kind system in our Builder’s Showcase to get inspired.
START YOUR ENGINES
Push your system to the limit with DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition Torque and experience the power of the world’s most award winning memory.
What can we expect from DDR4 in the future?
We're launching DDR4 at up to 3000MHz speeds and 8GB per stick densities, but that's just this year alone. DDR4 is expected to hit 16GB densities in 2015, allowing your X99 motherboard to support a staggering 128GB of memory (provided it has eight memory slots). In short, it's gonna get bigger, and it's gonna get faster.
Is DDR4 slower than DDR3?
Does DDR4 have XMP?
Yes! We have been working hard with all major motherboard vendors to ensure compatibility with our high speed DDR4 memory, and that includes XMP. DDR4 employs a new specification, XMP 2.0, while DDR3 remains on XMP 1.3.
Why do we need DDR4?
There are four major reasons why DDR4 is set to replace DDR3: it's capable of hitting faster speeds, it's capable of hitting higher densities (16GB DIMMs are expected in 2015), it has improved error correction built into the baseline specification, and it consumes less power for equivalent or better performance than DDR3. In short, while DDR3 is butting up against its limitations today, DDR4 still has a tremendous amount of room to scale.
Why am I encountering stability issues with XMP?
While we've been working around the clock with motherboard vendors to maximize compatibility and performance, these technologies are all very new. If you have trouble with stability using either XMP profile, we recommend either manually entering the speed and timings the DDR4 is rated for or running your memory at its default speeds until your motherboard vendor provides a BIOS update to improve stability.
Why are there two XMP profiles on my Corsair DDR4?
Is DDR4 backwards compatible with DDR3?
How does XMP work on DDR4?
Very similarly to DDR3, but with some caveats. For starters, Haswell-E tops out at a 2666MHz memory strap, which is very low for what DDR4 can do. Since XMP specifies speeds in excess of 2666MHz, your motherboard BIOS has to compensate somehow. Typically, when XMP tells the motherboard to use a higher memory speed than 2666MHz, the motherboard BIOS will bump the BClk strap from 100MHz to 125MHz. That's normal, but that change will also increase the clock speed of the CPU itself; a well-designed BIOS will compensate and bring the CPU clock speed in line.