Corsair is now trying its hands in the gaming furniture market with the debut of its T1 RACE Gaming Chair.
The T1 Race features PU covered Paddings and a durable steel frame. The armrest is adjustable in four directions: height, width, position, and angle. A class 4 gas lift handles the raising and lowering of seat height, and the back support can be tilted to anywhere between 90° and 180°. It also uses nylon caster wheels which provide a smoother, quieter rolling experience.
The chair is available for order at the Corsair Shop for $350. Accent colors include Yellow, White, Blue, Red, or Black.
Corsair recently updated their budget case lineup with the new Carbide SPEC-04, the successor to the Carbide SPEC-03. The Carbide SPEC-04 brings an overhauled design and some extra features yet maintain its budget price point.
For our review today, we received the Corsair Carbide SPEC-04 in black however, it will also come in red and yellow as well. Corsair’s Carbide SPEC case series has always had the design language that screamed gaming, but the fourth iteration of the series, the SPEC-04, is quite a bit different. Whereas previous generation SPEC series cases featured an ultra-aggressive design, the new SPEC-04 features a design that’s a bit more [...]
Mechanical keyboards have become fairly ubiquitous in today’s market. Likewise, RGB peripherals are pretty much a dime a dozen with pretty much every component company RGB-ifiying everything in their product lineup. From the typical RGB keyboards and mice, to the not so common RGB power supplies, RGB is everywhere, and it is likely here to stay. So, with that said, it’s probably not surprising that pretty much every new “gaming keyboard” does little but combine RGB lighting with mechanical key switches and call it a day. Offering little, if not nothing actually unique to gamers. I mean, what else is there to do?
Well, that’s [...]
This week Corsair unveiled the company’s first ever fully built gaming PC, the aptly named Corsair One. While the One does represent a venture outside of Corsair’s usual product lineup, it is not necessarily outside of the company’s comfort zone as enthusiast gaming has been in Corsair’s DNA since the very beginning. With that said, the Corsair One is an impressive piece of engineering and design.
The small-form-factor tower packs quite a bit inside, featuring not one, but two ultra thin, 240mm closed-loop water coolers which cool down both the CPU and the GPU and are supplied air by the tastefully designed ventilation holes at either [...]
Corsair’s new Vengeance DDR4 modules adds *you guessed it* RGB lighting to its distinct heat spreaders.
Unlike many other RGB memory lighting kits, users can configure the lighting to react to temperature changes or set them to a variety of pre-configured lighting patterns including breathing, static, and rainbow. Lighting profiles can be configured through CORSAIR LINK, Corsair’s monitoring software for its power supplies and other components.
As with the previous Vengeance memory modules, the Vengeance RGB is designed for overclocking and has support for XMP 2.0.
The kits are available starting today in 16GB (2 x 8GB), 32GB (4 x 8GB), and [...]
Corsair recently put up a teaser for its latest project known as the Corsair ONE.
The leading peripherals and PC component manufacturer is looking to dip its toes into the pre-built PC market after previously inching towards the pre-built realm with their Bulldog PC which was launched last year in a barebones or DIY kit configuration. The Corsair ONE however, changes the game as it’s not only pre-built, but it’s also the first Corsair system designed for the desktop.
From the limited images they’ve shown so far, the ONE has a design that’s very typical of Corsair’s traditional design language sporting a futuristic yet not [...]
Corsair has been one of the most popular mechanical keyboard manufacturers on the market and are looking to continue their market leadership by making their full range of LUX keyboards available worldwide.
Previously launched in the US in April, the K70 LUX, K70 LUX RGB and the K65 LUX RGB complement the highly popular K70 RGB and K65 RGB mechanical keyboards. New features on the LUX series keyboards include a new large font on laser etched keycaps for brighter, easier to see backlighting, an improved RGB lighting controller (LUX RGB only), and a USB passthrough port.
Aside from these new features, the LUX models will still retain all the features of [...]
So you’ve got the LED lit case, you’ve got the LED lit motherboard, you’ve got the LED lit graphics card, you’ve got the LED lit power supply, and you’ve even got the LED lit SSD, but you’re missing LED lit memory. That sounds like a pretty unfortunate situation, but thanks to Corsair, you might just be in luck.
Memory giant Corsair recently announced their new Vengeance LED series DDR4 memory which as you’ve guessed, has LED lights! Available in red and white LED variants (unfortunately, no RGB), the new Vengeance LED memory feature a light bar at the top of each memory module’s aluminum heatspreader which light up as [...]
In the days leading up to the CES main events, Corsair is introduced the Carbide Spec-Alpha, Carbide 400C, and Carbide 400Q to its budget gaming series chassis.
The Carbide Spec-Alpha rocks some aggressive angular lines that are reminiscent of the ever so popular Corsair Bulldog. Its mesh front cover has sufficient room for up to three 120 mm fans but, due to the lack of clearance from the hard drive cage, there is only enough space for a 240 mm radiator. Buyers can choose between red or blue as the primary color, each comes with color matching fans. These and any other additional fans can then be controlled via a built in three speed fan controller.
With the increasing popularity of GPU cryptocurrency mining and multi-GPU configurations, Corsair has recently launched their first 1,500w PSU, the AX1500i. Whether you’re trying to break overclocking records, trying to break GPU khash/s records, or simply a hardcore PC enthusiast, the AX1500i has practically everything you’ll need to feed 1,500 watts of stable, digitally-controlled power to your system, even on typical North American 115V 15A circuits. By using a Digital Signal Processor (DSP) to regulate the power output, it’s also the world’s first 1,500W PSU to receive the 80 PLUS Titanium certification by carrying a 94% efficiency rating at 50% [...]