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What better way to usher in the Spring season, and all of the great weather that comes along with it, than to give away an awesome PC rig, designed to keep you inside and gaming as long as possible? HotHardware has teamed up with our friends at AMD and Corsair to put together a fantastic gaming system giveaway, complete with a Raven Ridge-based Ryzen 5 APU and a slew of awesome Corsair gear, including a beautiful Crystal Series 570X case! This time around you've all a chance to win an AMD Ryzen 5 2400G-infused, custom-built rig complete with 16GB of RAM, an SSD, an ASRock gaming motherboard,... Read more...
Corsair is getting ready to announce a super tower computer that is capable of swallowing two system configurations. Called the Obsidian Series 1000D, Corsair is appropriately billing the new chassis as a "super tower" enclosure, a befitting description given the case's monstrous size—it measures 693mm x 307mm x 697mm (27.28 x 12.08 x 27.44 inches) and weighs 29.5kg (65 pounds). Utilizing the dual-system layout, builders can install up to an extended ATX (E-ATX) and mini-ITX configuration at the same time. One reason to do is this to have a main setup for playing games and a secondary configuration... Read more...
In this episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks, Marco, Paul and Dave chat about our Top Mechanical Keyboard Roundup, Second Gen Ryzen benchmark leaks, a bevy of Corsair AIO liquid coolers chilling an overclocked Ryzen processor, the latest security issues and updates for Spectre and Meltdown, recent browser exploits, as a pissed-off robot dog! Show Notes: 02:34 - 5-Way Mechanical Keyboard Roundup: Top Decks For Gamers And Enthusiasts 18:04 - AMD Ryzen 5 2600 Pinnacle Ridge Processor Single And Multi-Core Benchmarks Leak 27:21 - AMD Launches Embedded Epyc 3000 And Ryzen V1000 Series... Read more...
Today's system builders have more choices than ever before, beyond just internal hardware component selection. To see just how far things have come, you need look no further than the PC chassis market. There are so many options to chose from that, as a consumer, you can be selective about virtually any aspect of the design, from the type of RGB fans it comes with, to the implementation of tempered glass panels. This wasn't always the case in other segments, like the peripherals market for example, but over the last few years many popular brands have been leading the way and now peripherals, such... Read more...
We have been experimenting with AMD’s Ryzen 5 processors here at HotHardware and while they have already proven to be a great value, we wanted to explore some different mainstream cooling options to see what kind of additional goodness we could extract from the processors. All-in-one liquid coolers are not quite as nice looking or as potentially high-performance as a custom built system that can employ hard line tubing and multi-waterblock arrangements, but they are still a step up from many air coolers and don’t require the same hefty investment. This makes all-in-one liquid coolers... Read more...
Corsair has been flexing its muscles recently with new DDR4 DIMM kits that it claims are the fastest in the world. Today, the company is extending its record-breaking performance streak to SO-DIMM kits for notebook, small form factor (SFF), and all-in-one PCs. The PC components company claims that its new Vengeance 32GB (four 8GB modules) SO-DIMM kit is the world's fastest, operating at a brisk 4,000MHz. Like its full-size DIMM counterparts, these SO-DIMM kits are built using Samsung B-die ICs to ensure stability at higher operating speeds. Corsair says that the modules have "super tight" CL19-23-23-45... Read more...
Corsair has unveiled Vengeance LPX memory, which it says is the world's fastest 4x8GB (32GB) kit. The kit consists of a quartet of 8GB RAM modules that are built with hand-sorted and extensively binned Samsung B-die ICs. Timings on the memory are CL19-26-26-46 at 1.5V. The memory kit is fully XMP 2.0 compliant, so users can get these high performance values with the click of a BIOS setting. The RAM is aimed directly at overclockers and enthusiasts to help break benchmarking world records. Corsair writes, "The new CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX CMK32GX4M4K4333C19 kit, running in dual-channel on an Asus ROG... Read more...
Move over, G.Skill, it looks as though another hardware manufacturer is looking to vie for the crown of world's fastest DDR4 memory. The new challenger is from Corsair, which has just unveiled its newest Vengeance LPX 16GB kit, which includes two 8GB DDR4 DIMM modules. Corsair says that its range-topping Vengeance LPX DIMMs clock in at 4.6GHz, which is equal to that of the G.Skill Trident Z modules. And like its competitor, the Vengeance LPX modules feature hand-picked, high-grade Samsung B-die ICs to ensure stable performance in your gaming rig. The Vengeance LPX modules having timings of CL19-26-26-46,... Read more...
We’ve seen a number of hot SSD products announced over the past week, and Corsair is looking to jump on the pile with the new Neutron NX500 family of PCIe NVMe SSDs. The SSDs are designed to fit into a PCIe 3.0 x4 slot and are the fastest ever introduced by the popular hardware company. The Neutron NX500 offers a no-compromise storage solution when it comes to performance via the use of MLC NAND and dedicated DDR3 cache. Corsair is promising sequential read speeds of up to 3,000 MB/sec and sequential writes of up to 2,400 MB/sec, which should be more than enough to handle the daily riggers of a... Read more...
Gaming enthusiasts understand the impact that a proper gaming mouse can have on their performance. Whether it be for fast flick-shots in CS:GO or for programming macros in MOBAs, having a gaming mouse tailored to your needs is an absolute necessity. For this review, we compared three newer mid-range gaming mice from a few top PC accessory brands: the Corsair Sabre RGB, SteelSeries Rival 500, and the G.Skill RIPJAWS MX780.  It is important to note that there are different factors that could determine the way a user performs with each mouse. That being said, this review will act as a specification... Read more...
If you are looking for a gaming PC with a sleek and small footprint, Corsair has your back. The company today announced its first “fully built gaming PC” and by all accounts, it looks like Corsair has hit it out of the park on the first swing. The Corsair One is a small form factor (SFF) machine that tries to maximize the use of off-the-shelf components (instead of custom fittings) so that upgrades down the road can be made with ease. Given that this is a Corsair product, you’ll find plenty of Corsair-branded components inside including an SF400 80 Plus Gold SFX power supply (SF500 80 Plus Gold... Read more...
Are you ready to take your gaming, well “game”, to the next level? Corsair has just launched its SCIMITAR PRO RGB gaming mouse and K95 RGB Platinum mechanical keyboard at CES 2017. According to Corsair, the SCIMITAR PRO RGB gaming mouse is “customization leveled up”, and was designed with MMO and MOBA players in mind. It is based on the Key Slide 12 side-button design, but also includes a 16,000 DPI PMW3367 optical sensor that provides accurate, high-speed tracking. The twelve optimized side buttons were designed to provide tactile feedback and precise actuation, while the patent pending Key Slider... Read more...
Is your PC in need of a good refresh for improved gaming performance? If so, and you happen to live in Latin America, NVIDIA has a kit for you. It's called the "PC Gaming Revival Kit", and it includes not only the company's mid-range GeForce GTX 1060, but other important pieces of gear as well. As we discovered at its launch, the GTX 1060 is a great graphics card at its given price point. It allows respectable gaming performance at 1440p, and excellent performance at 1080p. Plus, most models on the market can be overclocked quite heavily, so that free performance boost is only a couple of clicks... Read more...
Corsair is kicking its solid-state drive (SSD) business into high gear with the announcement of the brand new Force MP500 SSD family. The SSDs have a PCIe Gen. 3 x4 M.2 2280 interface and use a Phison PS5007-E7 NVMe controller, making them up to five times faster than SATA 6Gbps SSDs. In its own testing, Corsair says that the Force MP500 is good for sequential read speeds of 3000 MB/sec and sequential write speeds of 2400 MB/sec. That puts the Force MP500 in good company, as Samsung’s SSD 960 Pro offers sequential reads and writes of 3500 MB/sec and 2100 MB/sec respectively. The Samsung SSD 960... Read more...
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