Items tagged with Corsair

Every once in a while, a product comes along that makes you think, "why weren't we doing it this way in the first place?" It's quite possible that Corsair's rumored RMx Shift series of power supplies could be one such product. In the leaked images from 188号 (@momomo_us on Twitter), the new power supplies look like the... Read more...
Corsair has acknowledged the presence of a peculiar bug in its K100 keyboard. Random text string history regurgitation has been causing concern among Corsair K100 users, as they thought it may be evidence of a malfunctioning keylogger working in the background. However, the good news is that the observed randomly... Read more...
Gaming component maker Corsair just put its variably-bending 45-inch OLED gaming monitor, called the Xeneon Flex 45, up for preorder. It's $2000, the specs are fantastic, please take our money. Renown for enthusiast gaming peripherals, California-based Corsair didn't pull any punches with its latest... Read more...
When you think about fast PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSDs, what brands come to mind? If Corsair isn't on your list, it should be. Corsair makes some killer SSDs, and none moreso than the company's brand-new MP600 PRO NH. Corsair's also quietly launched the more budget-oriented MP600 GS alongside the screaming-fast PRO... Read more...
You've blinged out your PC with RGB lighting, now what? Well, if you're on a mission to RGB all the things—and namely, including your walls and maybe even your home's ceilings—then you're in luck. Corsair is expanding the reach of its iCUE (Corsair Utility Engine) software by partnering with Nanoleaf, a major purveyor... Read more...
What products do you think of when you hear "Corsair"? The company got its start with memory where it built up its reputation. These days, the boat company sells a whole range of products including power supply units, and it would like you to know that its PSUs of appropriate wattage are primed and ready for NVIDIA's... Read more...
Let’s be real for a moment. The most satisfying part of PC building is often seeing it all come together with a cohesive look. Yes, screaming fast components are important, but there’s a reason folks will spend tons of extra money on RGB lighting and other aesthetic touches that do not, in fact, help their FPS at all... Read more...
Corsair has launched a ‘revolutionary’ bendable gaming monitor at Gamescom. The Corsair Xeneon Flex 45WQHD240 OLED Gaming Monitor offers an expansive 45-inch diagonal OLED panel, with the great deep black levels and fast response times typical of this screen technology. However, its headlining feature is that the... Read more...
Just as everyone knew would happen, faster DDR5 memory kits are emerging as times go on, following an initial entry into the marketplace around the time Alder Lake launched last year. Now as AMD gets ready to the join the fray with its Zen 4 processors and Intel prepping Raptor Lake, the memory market is fleshing out... Read more...
Not all mechanical keyboards and key switches are created equal, and if you don't know your type, you might have a tough time deciding what to buy. Do you prefer a smooth and quiet keystroke, or one that drops like a hammer and resonates an audible "click" that gets everyone's attention? Choose the right keyboard and... Read more...
It's not taking long for memory makers to crank out DDR5 kits that blast way past the initial wave of 4,800 MT/s offerings that arrived when Alder Lake debuted. How high they'll go remains to be seen. In the here and now, however, Corsair is offering up for the sale the world's fastest DDR5 memory kit under its... Read more...
One of the few areas Corsair has not dabbled in so far is laptops. It has now rectified that with the launch of its Voyager a1600, the company's very first branded laptop design with a host of features for gamers, streamers, and creators alike. It's also notable for going all-in with AMD hardware, and for sporting an... Read more...
Corsair is rolling out a handful of new all-in-one liquid coolers under its Elite banner, including the H150i RGB Elite, H115i RGB Elite, and H100i RGB Elite. Unlike some of Corsair's older models, these coolers all come with the necessary hardware for Intel's LGA 1700 socket for its Alder Lake platform. They also... Read more...
Give credit to Corsair, it isn’t letting Origin PC sit idle after acquiring the boutique PC builder just shy of three years ago. Corsair’s boutique arm has steadily released new and updated product lines since then, the latest of which is a handful of upgraded thin and light gaming laptops combining Intel’s 12th Gen... Read more...
Slowly but surely, the DDR5 memory market is being fleshed out with more options, and not just with desktop modules either. There is a growing pile of SO-DIMM solutions for laptops and mini PC form factors outfitted with truncated memory slots. Corsair just added to it with the launch of its Vengeance DDR5 SO-DIMM... Read more...
Piecing together a custom liquid cooling setup can be intimidating. Throw hardline tubing into the mix and it can be downright scary for first-time builders. While it's not going to become mainstream any time soon, Corsair is attempting to make the process easier for new and experienced users alike with a couple of... Read more...
Today is March 14, otherwise know as Pi Day (because it's 3/14, or 3.14, get it?). You may not have had any kind of celebration planned, but why not treat yourself to a PC peripheral deal for the occasion? To help you do that, we've rounded up a handful of discounted hardware from the likes of Logitech, EVGA, and... Read more...
Remember what it was like building a PC from the ground up for the first time? Maybe you have yet to embark on such a journey. For first-timers or anyone who just needs help selecting parts, Corsair has launched an easy-to-use online tool to assist with wading through and selecting compatible components to "build your... Read more...
Elgato, a division of Corsair Gaming, has rolled out a new peripheral you might not have realized you needed but could help level up your stream game. Called the Stream Deck Pedal, it's a glorified foot pedal like the ones used in the transcription field (it looks very much like the one I used when I dabbled in... Read more...
As we wrote about earlier today, there's is reason to be optimistic that the GPU shortage will ease up a bit in the second half of this year. We'll believe it when we see it. For now, however, you can at least get your hands on other items, like monitors, keyboards, mice, and so forth. With that in mind, we went in... Read more...
As time goes on, we can expect memory makers to release DDR5 kits with increasingly higher data rates, as well as lower latencies. In fact, it's already starting to happen. Corsair has added a DDR5-6400 Dominator Platinum RGB memory kit to its lineup, which is faster than anything you can buy on Amazon or Newegg right... Read more...
Santa may not have a graphics card in his sack of toys to deliver this year, but he might leave a video game or three under the tree. And as such, you might find yourself in the market for a storage upgrade. Games take up space, after all, and even game updates are getting bigger. Whatever the reason, if you need more... Read more...
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