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Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 5600, Review in Spanish

Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB

Impressing in DDR5

The best performing DDR5 RGB model today thanks to its overclockability and good lighting design.

The good

RGB lighting

Heatsink with premium materials

Personalization with iCUE

Synchronization with other Corsair components

excellent frequency

Great overclocking ability

The bad

somewhat high price

poor availability

We are at the beginning of the new DDR5 standard for the mainstream sector and we have one of the best prepared models for the change. Not only because of its design with RGB lighting, but also because of the care that has been put into obtaining the best performance. For this generation, the capacity of the modules has been duplicated, among other aspects that we will see in more detail.

packaging and accessories

The packaging arrives in black with the model printed on the front, in the case of 2 modules of 16GB at a frequency of 5600 MHz. Inside we have two transparent blisters protected by foam rubber.

design and construction

The black aluminum constructed heatsink gives it a premium design that also helps cool both memory chipsets and pcmics. The upper bar is made of black zinc, also with a distribution of 12 CAPELLIX RGB ULTRA LEDs intense with individual addressing.

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With a height of 55 mm, we must bear in mind that they are not designed for all air coolers, being the most recommended so that options such as AIOs are visible. You should also keep in mind that they can rub against radiators in a higher configuration depending on its width.

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We can find packs of 2 memory modules for this frequency of 16 or 32 GB each. We can also choose other speeds that range from 4,800mhz to 6,400mhz and latencies between CL34 and CL40. Having recommended prices between 349.99 euros for the most basic pack and 719.99 euros for the top-of-the-range pack, prices that have been reduced, the models with lower frequencies being very attractive.

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DDR5

After removing the four screws that attach the heatsinks and with some effort, since glue is used for a better fixation, we arrive at the PCB. We have all the memory and pcmic chips on one side of it, leaving the other almost deserted except for the connector for the lighting band.

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Unlike the previous generation, DDR5 memories start at 4400 MHz frequencies, with Intel presenting native support at 4800 MHz and setting a target of 6600 MHz. Unlike DDR4, which had a 70-bit channel, the new generation has 2 channels of 40 Bit.

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Each 40-bit channel will be made up of a 32-bit subchannel plus an 8-bit subchannel, achieving a bandwidth improvement of close to 50%. Such an arrangement resembles the Quad Channel configuration and in fact you will see in versions prior to CPUZ that it is collected in this way in the memories section.

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