All posts tagged "Corsair"

  • AseTek’s patent victory won’t affect many cooler companies

    It will be business as usual for many companies in the cooling business, despite AseTek’s victory in the courts.

  • Corsair launches the Carbide Series Air 540 ATX case in White and Silver

    Corsair’s latest case offers high airflow in an ATX form factor, and is available for $149.  

  • Corsair to debut gaming keyboard with Cherry MX RGB switches at CES 2014

    Corsair isn’t new to gaming keyboards, and its latest offering will feature Cherry MX RGB switches that offer LED backlighting.

  • Corsair reveals CS series modular PSUs

    Corsair’s new power supplies (PSU) available in 450, 550, 650 and 750 watt models.

  • Corsair launches Hydro Series H75 liquid CPU cooler

    Dual-fan 120mm liquid CPU cooler retails for $84.99

  • Corsair Hydro H80i & H100i CPU liquid coolers review

    Through the ready-to-run kits, liquid cooling is becoming more and more accessible to the general public. Today VR-Zone looks at two of Corsair’s most popular kits, the H80i and H100i.

  • Corsair announces entry level Force LS series solid state drives

    Targeted at budget-oriented system builders that demand increased storage performance, Corsair unveiled a new entry to their Force series line of solid state drives (SSD) in the form of Force LS.

  • Corsair Carbide Air 540 Case Review

    Are you in a market for a PC case but are tired of typical tower designs? Today we are having a look at the latest cubic case from Corsair, the Carbide Air 540.

  • Corsair Vengeance K70 Mechanical Keyboard & M65 Gaming Mouse Review

    Hunting around for gaming equipment? Today we take a close look at Corsair’s latest K70 gaming mechanical keyboard and M65 gaming mouse.

  • Corsair Hydro H55 & H60 CPU Liquid Coolers Review

      Liquid cooling used to be an unattractive solution for amateurs and everyday users for many years, until the recent release of closed loop, ready-to-run products. Today we will be having a look at two such watercooling kits from Corsair, the H55 and the new H60.

  • Corsair AX760 Power Supply Review

      Today we are having a look at the Corsair AX760; the replacement of the older AX750 and the non-digital version of the recently released AX760i. This power supply boasts amazing performance figures, 80Plus Platinum efficiency, an all modular design and pretty much everything a hardcore user desires. Can it deliver though? We will find

  • Corsair Carbide 200R Case Review

      Corsair might have started as a RAM manufacturer, yet the company successfully diversified towards several other kinds of products, making them one of the most well-known and favored companies amongst technology experts and enthusiasts. Today we will be having a look at the Carbide 200R, the latest addition to Corsair's rich computer case line-up

  • Corsair Neutron GTX 480GB SSD Review

    As the controller is the most important part of a SSD drive and virtually defines the entirety of its performance, it is only natural that every company is seeking the optimal solution in order to gain leverage over the others. Corsair surprised us recently with the launch of their new high end drives, the Neutron

  • Corsair AX860i Digital PSU Review

    Ever since its release back in August, the Corsair AX1200i became perhaps the most wanted power supply amongst all kinds of computer enthusiasts, from professionals to gamers and overclockers. However, most users did not really need that kind of power and the high retail price discouraged them from upgrading. Corsair realized this and today the

  • Corsair Neutron 240GB SSD Review

      Corsair is perhaps the most active manufacturer when it comes to SSDs, actively jumping at any opportunity to expand their products range and offer more options to potential customers. The company today offers tens of SSDs through eight product series, using the controllers of no less than 3 manufacturers and various types of NAND

  • Corsair HX850 PSU Review

    Corsair has been a major player in the power supply market since 2006. The release of their two first PSU products, the HX520 and HX620, proved to be a great success at the time, quickly making Corsair one of the favorite brands amongst enthusiasts. Today the company is offering no less than 20 units split

  • Roundup – USB 3.0 Flash Drives from Corsair, Lexar and Patriot

    USB flash drives are the most common and widely used form of editable data storage, which today have all but replaced floppy disks and other similar data storage devices. The integration of USB 3.0 ports in most middle and all high end motherboards this year has spurred a vast interest over new, high speed USB

  • Corsair Buys Out Raptor Gaming

    Corsair announced acquisition of German gaming peripherals maker Raptor Gaming. The buy-out is said to add a new product line alongside Corsair's Vengeance gaming peripherals line, and give it access to Raptor's established retail presence in central Europe. 

  • Corsair AX1200i PSU Review

    Even though the company started as a specialist manufacturer of RAM modules, Corsair has also been a major player in the PSU market for years. Nowadays the company offers a very wide range of power related products and their units are usually into every enthusiast's shortlist while browsing for high-end equipment. It would not be

  • Windowed Corsair Carbide 300R Launched

    For those in need of taking a peek into their gaming PC build every so often, or showing it off to others at a LAN party, Corsair launched a new variant of its Carbide series 300R value gaming PC chassis, with a windowed side panel.