Corsair, a world leader in enthusiast memory, PC hardware and components, is pleased to announce the global availability of its fastest ever Vengeance LPX 128GB, 64GB and 32GB DDR4 kits. Boasting frequencies of up to 3,600MHz, these new XMP 2.0 kits bring high-frequency performance to even the largest capacity DDR4 modules.
Back in December Corsair launched the 600C / 600Q case, which was the first entry in the Carbide series in a while. Now at CES they are announcing the Carbide Series 400C / 400Q. These cases are considered the little bothers to the cases in Carbide 600 series.
Announced this week at CES was Corsair’s Carbide Series SPEC-ALPHA gaming case. This case has a very different look that what we expect to see from Corsair, but we really like the design. The best thing about this case is that it will come to retail for around $80!
More and more gamers are moving to the living room. We’ve seen this with the new Steam Machines and Corsair’s Bulldog living gaming machine. With more and more PC gamers moving into the living room there needs to be a way to use a keyboard and mouse practically, Corsair thinks they have it in their Lapdog.
Corsair, a world leader in enthusiast PC hardware and components, today announced the new Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-ALPHA mid-tower gaming case. With a striking angular design and an oversized window to show off its roomy interior, the SPEC-ALPHA offers a sleek look in either black or red to complement its efficient cooling features. Perfect for PC gamers’ next rig, the SPEC-ALPHA is equipped with three 120mm fans for Direct Airflow Path cooling, controlled by a three-speed switch on the case’s front panel.
This week on our Weekly Tech Podcast we talk about our review of two cases that have ‘600’ in their product names, our wish lists for Christmas, Asetek sending cease-and-desist notices to AMD and Gigabyte, AMD’s AM4 platform, Epic Games’ Paragon & more!
It has been quite a while since we’ve seen a major case release from Corsair. They have been focusing heavily on their all-in-one liquid CPU coolers, gaming products and power supplies, but they haven’t forgot about cases. Today we will be taking a look at a brand new case from Corsair that has elegant minimalist design on the outside, but inside it is anything but that. This is the first case from Corsair that I know of that will feature an inverted-ATX layout. On top of that inside you have plenty of room for storage, watercooling and even a power supply shroud that keeps everything inside looking nice. Corsair will be releasing two versions of this case, a 600C which features a clear side panel to show off your gear inside and a 600Q (which we are reviewing) that has sound-dampening properties and normal side panels. Let’s see what Corsair’s new case is all about!
Corsair, a world leader in closed-loop liquid cooling systems, today announced the release of its first low-profile liquid CPU cooler, the Hydro Series H5 SF, bringing the quiet and efficient benefits of liquid cooling to the smallest of PCs. Mounting to any Mini-ITX motherboard and equipped with a specially tuned low-noise blower fan, the H5 SF is able to cool even an overclocked CPU within the confines of the most compact small form factor cases.
Welcome to another Case Mod Friday showcase! This week we have BS MODS’ “Fallout Vault-Tec Build” build. Here is what they had to say about it, “We had to pick a game based theme and we wanted something with a well-established fan base. Fallout 4 is scheduled to come out soon and has great lore to work with. Our build is more Fallout in general, but most of the build inspiration came from the Fallout 4 trailer. We focused on just the Vault-Tec side of Fallout.”
Corsair has just unveiled a new case in their Carbide Series 88R. This micro-ATX case is designed to be affordable with its steel and plastic design with aluminum-like inserts. The case has a roomy internal layout with room for long graphics cards up to 383 mm, CPU coolers up to 150 mm, and full-sized power supplies up to 160 mm.
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