Corsair’s PC enclosures are some of the finest enclosures you can buy. The case that started it all was the Obsidian 800D –– a premium full tower beast with advanced features and a drool-worthy appearance. Since then, Corsair has added the Graphite Series, Carbide Series, and Vengeance Series cases to their stable of acclaimed enclosures. With a complete line of cases to suit a variety of tastes, performance requirements and budget, the only type of case missing was a silent case, until now. The Obsidian 550D is a premium, mid-tower case with sound isolation characteristics that rounds out Corsair’s collection of enthusiast enclosures.
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When Corsair entered the PC enclosure market, they immediately needed to become better acquainted with cooling and fans. Even before enclosures, Corsair had PSU’s and CPU water coolers (with radiators), that required efficient cooling. With their newfound expertise in fans, Corsair developed and released the Air Series fans for gamers and enthusiasts.
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Whoa, this is a Corsair case? The Vengeance C70 case has a bold and distinctive appearance, unlike Corsair’s Obsidian, Graphite, and Carbide cases. Those cases, on the whole, have very clean and classy aesthetics. Their spartan design is what I found so attractive about them. The C70s military-style look is quite a departure for Corsair. But is it still a rock-solid Corsair case?
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I’ve wanted a wireless headphone/headset for use on my PC for years. I came really close to buying one of the cheaper Sennheiser models, but also had looked at some Sony IR and Bluetooth models as well. In the end, I convinced myself that it wasn’t worth it. Most of the wireless solutions available had one problem or another and realistically, weren’t going to sound as good as wired headphones anyways.
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The Corsair Vengeance K90 is Corsair’s top-dog mechanical gaming keyboard. Like Corsair’s M90 mouse, it’s designed specifically for MMO gaming, but obviously works with all kinds of games as well as typing. I’m a big fan of the M90 mouse, so I was excited to check out how the K90 would pair up.
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I use SSD drives on all my systems because they make my computers fly––even my 4-year-old Core2 Duo laptop. But I understand that not everyone can justify the cost of an SSD drive, even as SSD drives keep dropping in price. If you’re stuck using your mechanical drive, Corsair has a solution that will make you smile.
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There’s a new player in gaming peripherals. Corsair, the maker of enthusiast memory, enclosures, and other PC components, has two new sets of gaming mice and keyboards for the hard-core gamer. The M90 is Corsair’s corded, MMO and RTS-geared mouse. In general, I’m not a big fan of corded mice and haven’t had one since the Logitech G9, but after spending a couple of weeks with the M90, it’s become my primary mouse.
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