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Corsair offers up new modular power supplies

Posted in Corsair by Shane McGlaun on June 1st, 2010

I just mentioned that Corsair has unveiled a new computer case that is very nice for enthusiasts and gamers. The perfect add on for that case for powering your new rig would be one of the newly announced Corsair Professional Series Gold PSUs.

The line of PSUs is 80 Plus Gold Certified for efficiency. The PSUs promise 90% efficiency at 50% load when used with 115V AC input. Using the PSU with 230V AC power ups that to 92% efficiency. The new line offers 1200W, 850W, and 750W units.

Corsair unveils 600T mid-tower PC case

Posted in Corsair by Shane McGlaun on June 1st, 2010

Corsair has been making computer cases for a while and the company offers some very cool cases that gamers and enthusiasts have enjoyed. Along with the line of cases, Corsair also has SSDs, PSUs and lots of other computer hardware.

Corsair has added a new case to its line today called the 600T. The new case has the features of a full-tower in a more compact mid-tower design. One of the coolest features is that the 600T has a USB 3.0 port on the front panel for easy access.

Corsair set for IPO

Posted in Corsair by Shane McGlaun on April 27th, 2010

Most of us don’t really think about how large the companies that we commonly buy computer gear from really are. We know firms like Dell and Apple are massive but hardware companies like Corsair and OCZ are relatively small.

Corsair is set to go public with an IPO at an unspecified date. The exact price Corsair will ask for its common stock shares is also unknown. What is known is that the company is looking to raise $86.3 million in funds.

Corsair launches 32GB Flash Voyager Mini USB flash drive

Posted in Corsair by Conner Flynn on March 25th, 2010

Corsair has now added a new storage capacity to its Flash Voyager Mini USB flash drive series with the launch of the 32GB model. The increased capacity allows for a huge number of movies, music, photos etc to be stored in a format that’s about one third the size of typical USB Flash drives.

The drive sports a rubberized housing that is water resistant and shock proof, and the cap-less retractable USB connector uses COB (Chip-on-Board) technology. The 32GB Flash Voyager Mini sells for about $113.

Corsair Force series SSDs now shipping

Posted in Corsair by Shane McGlaun on March 5th, 2010

Corsair has a full line of storage and memory products that it has been offering for a long time. The company has flash drives, enthusiast class RAM for PCs and makes lots of memory for notebooks too. Corsair also has several SSD offerings and its latest SSDs are now available.

The new SSDs are the Force series and promises read speeds up to 285MB/s and write speeds up to 275MB/s. The SSD line is offered in 100GB or 200GB capacities and both use Sandforce controllers.

Corsair pulls the cover off a $1300 RAM kit

Posted in Corsair by Shane McGlaun on December 16th, 2009

corsair24gbram-sgAny computer enthusiast will tell you that the hobby is not cheap. An enthusiast class system can run thousands of dollars all in the name of faster video game frame rates and higher frequencies on the CPU and RAM. Corsair has announced the perfect enthusiast RAM kit for the geek with money to burn.

The kit is the Corsair CMD24GX3M6A1333C9 – DOMINATOR and it is a 24GB kit. You get six 4GB memory modules that are rated at 1333MHz with latencies of 9-9-9-24. The kit is designed for Core i7 processors on the Intel X58 platform.

Corsair offers new Flash Survivor GT flash drives

Posted in Corsair by Shane McGlaun on November 10th, 2009

corsairflashsurvivorgtFlash drives are growing in capacity almost as fast as hard drives are for our computers. Corsair makes all sorts of flash drives from high-end massive capacity units to cheap drives that hold small amounts of data.

Corsair announced a new pair of flash drives today called the Flash Survivor GT line. The new drives are ruggedized and are water resistant and shock resistant. Just like the normal Flash Survivor line, the flash drive is secured inside a sealed aluminum tube to protect it from damage.


Corsair announces H50 liquid cooling system for PCs

Posted in Corsair by Shane McGlaun on June 2nd, 2009

corsairh50-sbAs computer processors get faster one of the inevitable side effects of the increase in performance is that the processors run hotter. Many PC enthusiasts already know that to overclock their CPU too much means that they need better cooling and liquid is often the first step taken past air cooling.

Corsair has announced a new high performance liquid cooling system called the H50. The system is completely enclosed so there is no refilling or messing about with coolant near your computer. The device is compatible with both AMD and Intel processors and features a 120mm radiator and a copper plate for the CPU.

Corsair whips out modular energy efficient PSUs

Posted in Corsair by Shane McGlaun on May 29th, 2009

corsairpsu-sbCorsair has been in the PC hardware business for a long time. The company offers and produces some of the most popular enthusiast memory products around and has a full line of flash drives and SSDs that are available.

Corsair has announced two new modular power supplies that are both 80 Plus Silver certified for energy efficiency. The new models include the HX850W and HX750W and the modular design of the PSUs means that there are no extra cables left inside your PC chassis that you don’t need.

Corsair introduces Dominator GT RAM

Posted in Corsair by Shane McGlaun on February 9th, 2009

Corsair Dominator GT RAMCorsair has been one of the top and most popular memory makers in the PC world for a long time. Some of the highest of high-end gaming PC makers use Corsair RAM in their machines. When the Intel Core i7 CPU and X58 chipset combo launched one of the bad parts was that the system required new low voltage RAM.

The Dominator GT RAM is designed for the i7 and X58 combo with low voltage requirement. The DDR3 RAM is available in triple-channel kits up to 6GB. Corsair uses its Dual-path Heat eXchange technology in the heat sink to keep the modules cool.

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Corsair brings 32GB flash drives

Posted in CES 2008,Corsair,Flash Memory by Reuben Drake on January 3rd, 2008

Corsair 32GB portable Voyager and Survivor flash drivesCorsair has released some new versions if its Flash Voyager and Flash Survivor USB drives, both featuring capacities that are pumped up to as much as 32GB each. The Voyager model has a rubberized covering and looks like it might be waterproof, but its not. It’s actually designed to take the occasional drop and keep on ticking, which is really nice if you’re holding 32GB of data or a whole bootable OS in your hand. The Survivor has an aluminum casing and it is actually water resistant, letting you tote your 20 hours of outdoor video through the rain forest without worrying about destroying the data, or something like that.


Flash Padlock secures USB drive data with keypad

Posted in Corsair,Storage,USB by Nino Marchetti on August 16th, 2007

Corsair Flash PadlockProving USB drives can both be ugly and functional Corsair rolled out today the Flash Padlock. This manual security code dependent device is available in 1GB ($30) and 2GB ($40) capacities.

What is perhaps most interesting about the Corsair Flash Padlock is that you can set a PIN up to 10 digits long for accessing the drive’s contents. You have to then enter this PIN on the keypad built into the drive’s body. The Flash Padlock also seems noteworthy for its security feature of automatically locking itself when you remove it from an attached PC.

Flash Survivor USB Drive

Posted in Corsair,Flash Memory,USB by Chetz on May 1st, 2007

Flash Survivor from CorsairFor all of you heavy duty survivor types out there that need dependable technology for your spelunking, deep-sea diving or any other fun pastimes, Corsair claims to have created the world’s toughest flash drive.

The Flash Survivor sounds like it could survive a boat sinking or building detonation: it’s water resistant to a depth of 200 meters (or 20 atmospheres), encased in durable industrial grade aluminum, protected by a ring of rubber molding and surrounded by a metal tube with two end caps. In short, if you’re taking this USB drive anywhere where you really start to question whether it will come back in working condition you’ve probably got a death wish.

The Flash Survivor comes in 4 GB ($59.99) and 8 GB ($129.99) models, has a 10 year warranty and also has a 256 bit AES security encryption application pre-loaded to further protect …