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Corsair Dominator Platinum C10 台式 内存条CMT32GX4M4Z3200C16 3200MHz (AMD) 32GB (4x8GB)
CORSAIR DOMINATOR PLATINUM RGB DDR4 Memory redefines premium DDR4 memory, with timeless iconic design, superior craftsmanship and aluminum construction that’s built to last. Powered by tightly-screened high-frequency memory chips, DOMINATOR PLATINUM RGB ensures high frequency performance with generous room for overclocking thanks to a custom PCB cooled by CORSAIR’S patented DHX cooling technology. Use CORSAIR iCUE software to customize virtually limitless lighting effects from 12 ultra-bright, individually addressable RGB LEDs, and stay informed with real-time frequency and temperature monitoring. Complete with wide compatibility with the latest motherboards, Intel XMP 2.0 support for simple setup, and a limited lifetime warranty, this is DDR4 memory in a class of its own. Tech Support # 1-888-222-4346 Opt # 1
On the positive side of things the packaging and feel of this RAM is extremely high quality. The LEDs are also very high quality so aesthetically everything about this RAM is great. Also their support was very responsive.
However after running this RAM for a week in a very stable system with just default BIOS settings I cold booted and the system board would no longer post and kept giving a CC error on the motherboard. So I dug in and started removing things trying to narrow down the issue. Ended up being one of the Dimms had gone bad. Did a RMA and it was fairly quick and painless. So kudos to Corsair for that process.
With system back up and running with the new DIMMs I attempted to start tuning by turning on XMP II so I could get this RAM above 2133mhz. These are 3200mhz after all. System would not boot after making the change and just power cycles over and over again. So I cleared CMOS and manually entered in the timings and voltages again being conservative. Samething power cycle over and over. So I reached out to Corsair and got the following response.
"David E (Corsair)
Apr 3, 19:10 PDT
XMP profiles are not guaranteed, you would have to contact your motherboard manufacturer to find the optimal settings for your memory. XMP is overclocking and we do not assist with overclocking. We guarantee that memory will function at 2133 clock speed.
Thank you for choosing Corsair."
I understand the response, but XMP is not uncommon and matter a fact has XMP compatible stamped on the packaging. Corsair even has a XMP profile built into this RAM. Not to mention if I wanted 2133mhz RAM I'd have about MUCH cheaper RAM and just been as happy. Really disappointed by Corsair and this response.
PC specs are as follows:
CPU: Intel 9900k 5.0mhz Unlocked
Motherboard: Asus Maximus Hero XI Wifi
Video Card: Asus 2080 TI 11GB
Case: Thermaltake 900 Tower
PS: Corsair 1200HXi
CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D15
So as you can see I did not hold back on hardware and my only regret so far are these DIMMs. If you are building a gaming PC and want high end reliable RAM I would not recommend these.
But other than that, performance has been great, and it has been rock solid in terms of its reliability. Definitely a recommended product.
I have one experienced one small glitch with the RGB lighting. One of my modules will occasionally get out of sync with the others and it displays a different pattern or color than the others (it isn't specific to any one particular of them -- I think all four have done it at one time or another). I'm not sure if that's a memory or motherboard thing, and it doesn't really affect me when it happens, but there may be some out there that care, so I thought it best to mention it.
I've seen some responses advising that the tested speed is not guaranteed (yeah, JEDEC standards are) - but if it came down to that, we wouldn't be buying the more expensive C16 kit over the C18 one, right?
So maybe I am just unlucky: I've only ever used Corsair Dominator Platinum since DDR3 (~2012) and have steadily bought new kits as I've upgraded my systems every other year.
Moved on to an AMD x570-based system and doing the usual decided to check Motherboard QVL to ensure compatibility. First kit arrived with one bad memory module - fair enough. Second kit arrived and I sort of expected XMP to not work (double rank high density kit after all), so set off to manually time and test the memory modules. This turned into an absolute bloody nightmare, where I could either run 3600MHz 22-22-22-54 / 1.45v or 3200MHz ~CL18. Neither really acceptable.
I have a Corsair Dom Plat 3200MHz C14 Special Edition Blackout kit on the side (single rank, 32GB 4 DIMM) that I cranked to 3600MHz on CL14 (less dense, highly binned), so I could rule out the Motherboard being an issue - and funny that this kit was NOT on the QVL of course. Even has that A0 PCB that apparently makes things harder?!
Returned the RAM and decided to go to a local shop as I would not like Amazon determining my account to be "return heavy". Identical kit to what I purchased here - booted at XMP with barely any training. Currently working to time this kit out, but I'm really saddened that I had to go through all of this for a bit more aesthetic at a premium price. So, let this be a bit of a warning...
Motherboard: Gigabyte x570 Aorus Xtreme