How do you put property rights on the word Dominator?
Its a trademark, and how do you not? If someone starts making something in a related market segment with the same name it causes confusion. You hear "memory" and "dominator" you think its corsair. even if some says its crucial. Or another company. They were trading of the brand name of another company in that market, which is not allowed, and its makes you think its for your corsair dominator ram, as a related product.
Want to make "dominator" tires (pretty sure someone does). Go for it. "dominator" computer case? Sure. PowerCool does. Even though its computer related, and corsair makes cases its completely fine. Because their dominator trademark applies in the context of the memory market.
You can't "own" a word. Trademarks exist to protect consumers interest and companies reputations in their specific market.
or do you want Chevy making a "Volt" and Ford making a "Volt" charger for one of their electric cars? That'd be crystal clear when you go to buy a charger.for your Chevy volt. Or when you hear about "Volt" fires