Corsair has always been a company close to gamers and hardcore enthusiasts. Although the company is primarily focused on delivering high speed RAM modules, SSDs and power supplies, today we are going to have a look at two products which literally place the company in direct contact with the gamers; the Vengeance series K60
SSD caching is becoming more and more popular and rightfully so; as things stand today, it is about the only efficient way to combine large storage space with enhanced everyday performance. SSD caching was initially meant for users using an Intel Z68 based motherboard, until the few major SSD manufacturers released caching solutions which could
We're not entirely sure why you'd need a wireless headset as a PC gamer, but if that's your kind of thing, then maybe Corsair's new Vengeance 2000 is what you've been waiting for. Not being content in just delivering a wireless headset, Corsair has thrown in multi-channel audio support as well, for some surround sound
After the Thailand catastrophe which tripled the prices of mechanical drives, solid state drives became a much more appealing option for many users; especially for performance-crazed enthusiasts. It also increased the sales of high performance and capacity drives, even though the bulk of the sales still rely on low capacity, cost effective products. Power users
Corsair started off as one of the biggest RAM manufacturers but today the company has diversified into several other critical segments of the market. Lately the company has been a very big player in the SSD segment of the technology market, offering a very wide range of products and with ever increasing sales; especially
Corsair might have started off as a RAM manufacturer but today they diversified into several other market areas. One of those areas is the power supply market, with the company today offering tens of products divided into five different product series. Today we are having a look at a product from their best series,
Corsair introduced a new line of DDR3 memory modules in the SO-DIMM form-factor, targeting high-performance notebooks, gaming notebooks, and mobile workstations. Corsair's new modules promise to bring a similar level of tuning headroom as their bigger standard DIMM cousins.
The SSD market is growing rapidly with each passing day and became even more attractive after the recent catastrophe in Thailand which caused the prices of mechanical drives to rise significantly. One of the leading SSD providers is Corsair, which may have started off as a RAM modules manufacturer but today is famous for
We're not sure how many different SSD configurations we need, but Corsair has announced its Performance Pro series based on Marvell's controller. Despite the name, the Performance Pro series won't be competing with the SandForce based Force series of SSDs from Corsair when it comes to raw benchmark numbers, but with all the SandForce related
It appears that the latest TX-M series which Corsair released a few weeks ago will be a great success for the company, as the market demand of the new units is very high and enthusiasts seem to embrace the idea of high performance, partly modular power supplies. It was only a few weeks ago
Corsair's media department is on fire today, announcing the release of no less than 6 brand new products. The company announced two new liquid CPU coolers, a new gaming case in two colors and several new SSD drives, vastly enriching their total products line-up.
Even though computer water cooling started off about fifteen years ago, it was not until a couple of years ago when companies first released closed loop, ready to run liquid based coolers for PC components. One of the first companies which released such a liquid based cooler a couple of years ago was Corsair.
The reputation of Corsair’s TX PSU series is well known among computer experts. When seeking a product with high raw performance and a reasonable price tag, most enthusiasts would place a TX series PSU among their first choices. If however the user wanted a modular power supply, he or she had to look at
So far Corsair has only offered fairly small sized SSDs in its high-performance Force GT series of SSDs, but now the company has added a pair of new, roomier models to the series. The new capacities are 180 and 240GB, a doubling of the two previously largest models.
Corsair started off as one of the biggest manufacturers of computer RAM modules but nowadays they are also renowned for their power supplies, cooling solutions and SSD drives. Not two weeks ago we reviewed the fastest SSD they currently produce, a Force GT series drive. Today we are having a look at the Force 3
Corsair releases the new Enthusiast series PSUs (power supply unit) with an additional feature; being modular.
Corsair releases the 2 x 4GB Dominator GT rams which run at a rated frequency of 2400MHz and timings of 9-11-9-27. This 8GB Dominator GT memory kit will have limited quantities. More details inside.
Corsair has always been one of the biggest players in the computer memory market, consequently it was only natural for them to join the solid state disk segment of the market since SSD’s are essentially made of flash memory chips. Today we are having a look at the fastest SSD Corsair currently produces, the
Corsair has shipped its Force Series GT SSD, which utilizes the SandForce controller and features a chassis which is coloured with its trademark fiery red theme. More details inside.
It appears as if Corsair has been releasing more high-end power supplies than RAM modules during the past few months. It was only a few weeks ago that we reviewed the currently most powerful power supply Corsair offers, the AX1200, and the exceptional TX850 V2. Today we are going to examine and review a