Computex 2023: Corsair's new Dominator kit will let you 3D print a part of your own DDR

Removable top bars support 3D printed additions!

Come Computex, and Corsair tells us that you can't download more RAM, but you can 3D print it, well, a part of it. Meet Corsair's new Dominator Titanium DDR5 kits, which have removable top bars and support 3D-printed customisation.

Corsair has done some nifty work with their new kit. They claim it supports Intel XMP 3.0 for a smooth sailing overclocking experience when paired with 12th and 13th-Gen Core processors. And if you're more of an AMD sailor, they've got you covered with AMD EXPO for Ryzen 7000 CPUs. So easy overclocking with just a few clicks on compatible platforms, at least this is what they say.

The new Dominator Titanium is expected to hit the market with capacities of up to 192GB (that's 4x 48GB). And some SKUs will even have CAS latencies as low as 30. That's some lightning-fast memory right there.

Now, the price is still shrouded in mystery but it's likely to come with a weighty price tag. So, if you're ready to splurge and seize the fastest memory booty on the market, keep an eye out for the Dominator Titanium.