Corsair has just announced a new case in their Obsidian Series line of cases. The 750D is a full tower case and will be the little brother to the massive 900D and bigger brother to the Micro-ATX 350D. The 750D keeps the same black monolithic design with its brushed aluminum and solid steel construction. The case is designed to make PC building easy with tool-free side panels and drive bays.
Five overclocking world records were broken by the ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) Rampage IV Black Edition. ASUS, the leading multinational of computer hardware and other electronics, hosted an event in San Francisco along with Corsair and Intel where the Rampage IV black Edition was paired with other high end components and was given the highest scores in five different areas.
Corsair has extended its portfolio of the power supplies with the introduction of the latest RM Series. The new RM Series will be silent functioning devices as the fans will start buzzing only if the units of power supplies are under a heavy load.
Corsair, the California based peripheral and Hardware Company, proudly announces its super performing USB 3.0 flash drive with full backward compatibility with the older USB 2.0 flash drives. The flash drives have been introduced in three different models and are available under the names of Flash Voyager GS, Flash Voyager Mini and Flash Voyager LS.
Looks like Corsair is going all-in at PAX Prime as they will be announcing new gaming headsets, a gaming keyboard and mouse mats. These products will fall under the Corsair’s Vengeance and Raptor gaming lines.
Corsair has announced a new solid state drive to their Force series of drives. The drive is called the Force LS and while the Force 3, Force GT and Force GS are powered by the LSI SandForce SF-2200 controller, the Force LS Series uses a Phison controller.
I have always been a fan of Corsair cases. Corsair just gets it, their cases are elegant and don’t have any of the extras that users will simply not use. The Obsidian Series is the top of the line case series from Corsair and today we are taking a look at the Obsidian Series 350D case. The idea of this case is simple, take all of the best parts of the very popular 800D and 900D cases and put that into a micro ATX case. Micro ATX builds are great as many micro ATX motherboards offer the same features as full sized ATX motherboards, yet take up less space. This means a smaller case to lug around to LAN parties. Is the Corsair Obsidian Series 350D case perfect for your next micro ATX build? Read on as we find out!
Not long ago we took a serious look at one of Corsair’s most promising closed loop coolers, the H80i. It performed very well for a single 120mm radiator and left us wondering; if this is how well the H80i does, how will the H100i perform when it has an additional 120mm of rad space? Without further speculation, let’s get down to business shall we and see if the H100i can stand with the exceptional, or if you should pass on this one.
As we have come across a lot of new gadgets at the Computex 2013, we also hunted down two new additions of Corsair case line up, which include the new Carbide 330R and Carbide Air 540. These are basically the mid tower PC cases which include high end features that you need, designed for a great experience of gaming. They combine latest technology wand possess a great cooling system.
We know Corsair for many different types of products these days from cases and gaming peripherals, but they started out as a memory company and still make memory to this day. At Computex Corsair has announced a new memory kit series in the Vengeance Pro Series of DDR3 memory kits.