Corsair

Corsair has been a leader in the design and manufacture of high-speed modules since 1994. Our focus has always been on supporting the special demands of mission-critical servers and high-end workstations, as well as the performance demands of extreme gamers. While maintaining this core focus, in recent years, we've also brought our expertise, technology leadership and legendary quality and reliability to memory and other technology products for the more mainstream consumer.

With more high-speed experience than anyone in the industry, we know the importance of design features like tightly-controlled trace lengths, controlled impedances, clock trace design, unbroken power and ground planes, and selectively plated gold. Corsair Memory has developed an industry-wide reputation for quality, compatibility and performance.

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The Corsair Obsidian 800D Case is one massive full tower case. It comes with a front aluminum bezel, hot swappable drive bays, 3 140mm fans, large interior, cable management, hole of motherboard tray for cooler retention plate, fits a large radiator and much more. This is a water cooling enthusiast's wet dream!

The Corsair Dominator PC3-12800 DDR3 Dual Channel 4GB Memory performs very well. It has a speed of 1600MHz, latency of 8-8-8-24 and is 1.65 volts. It even comes with a heatsink to dissipate the heat. Also, when testing this memory I was pleasantly surprised that it worked at 1T.

Corsair HX line of power supplies are currently available in a number of watts; 450, 520, 620, 750, 850 & 1000. The Corsair HX750W Power Supply is considered a higher end model and the results certainly validate that. The approximate maximum peek output of the 3.3/5v rail is 150 watts and the 12v is 744 watts. For most setups the HX750 will do the trick, even some higher end gaming rigs. Watch the video to find out more...

The Corsair H50 CPU Cooler is a great alternative to a custom water cooling kit. While it doesn't outperform a traditional water cooling kit it is half the cost, performs very well and is easy to install. Watch the video to find out more...

The Corsair performance line of SATAII Solid State Drives are currently available in three capacities; 64GB, 128GB & 256GB. Solid State Drives have been around since 1978, developed by a company called StorageTek. Solid State Drives are very similar to USB drives or any type of flash or compact memory like for example the memory that goes into your camera. Watch the video to find out more...

The The Corsair TX line of power supplies are currently available in three wattages; 650, 750 & 850. I'll be reviewing the Corsair TX850W Power Supply which has more than enough power, even for high-end computer systems. You can't go wrong with any of the Corsair PSUs as long as you select the correct wattage for your application. If you're in the market for a high wattage, affordable non-modular PSU then this should be at the top of your list! Watch the video to find out more...

The Corsair HX line of power supplies are currently available in three wattages; 520, 620 & 1000. I'll be reviewing the Corsair HX1000W Power Supply which has more than enough power, even for hardcore computer systems. The approximate maximum peek output of the 3.3/5v rail is 250 watts and the 12vrail is 960 watts. The +3.3V & +5V rails are both 30A. There are two +12V rails and they are both 40A each with a combined power of 80A. They include a load controlled quiet 140mm fan. So the more load the faster the fan spins.

Corsair 620W Modular Power Supply"Modular power supplies are fantastic because they enable you to use only the leads necessary for your particular setup. This means a reduction in the amount of cables inside the case which not only looks great, but also increases airflow. The Corsair 620 watt power supply meets today's standards, protections, has Active PFC, and has 80%+ efficiency. It also comes with a quiet 120mm fan and is NVIDIA SLI and ATI CrossFire ready. Watch the Video to find out more...