CORSAIR’s latest NVMe SSDs have speeds of up to 7GB/s…and water cooling?

CORSAIR is once again getting into the NVMe SSD game, this time with three new PCIe 4.0 drives. You’ll find the MP600 CORE, MP600 PRO, as well as a MP600 PRO Hydro X Edition that sports…water cooling? Yeah, that’s right, to keep its latest NVMe drive cool CORSAIR substituted the heat sink for a water cooling block. With speeds of up to 7GB/s, these drives are the perfect upgrade for your gaming rig.

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CORSAIR launches new VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL RAM with 10-zone RGB, 44mm height, more

CORSAIR is out with a new update to its VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL RAM line, this time delivering upgraded lighting, high capacity, and fast speeds for your desktop build. With up to 128GB kits available in up to 3600MHz configurations, the new CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL RAM could be the perfect addition to your Zen 3 or Intel build.

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AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Review: Entry-level performance has never been so good

AMD’s latest processors were announced two months ago and released last month. Though they’re still extremely hard to pick up right now, we were lucky enough to get the Ryzen 5 5600X on launch day courtesy of AMD for our review. I’ve been using it for the past month or so, and I have quite a few thoughts on AMD’s latest Zen 3 processor platform. Utilized for both gaming and transcoding in my workflow, I’ve been testing out the 6-core AMD Ryzen 5 5600X as an upgrade from my Ryzen 5 3600 PC that I built earlier this year, and let me say, it’s been a great processor so far. So, without further ado, here’s my review of the AMD Ryzen 5 5600X.

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CORSAIR’s 240mm RGB AiO delivers ample cooling for AMD Zen 3 priced from $87

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Newegg is offering the CORSAIR iCUE H100i RGB PRO XT 240mm All-in-One Liquid Cooler for $106.99 shipped with the code 3WTBKNV26 at checkout. Drop the price further to $86.99 shipped when you opt to use the mail-in rebate. For comparison, it goes for $120 at Amazon and today’s deal beats the all-time low there by as much as $16. If you’re ready to rock AMD’s upcoming Zen 3 Ryzen processors, then be sure you have plenty of cooling to enjoy some overclocking headroom. Upgrading from a standard air cooler to an AiO liquid one delivers increased performance, lower temperatures, and generally a quieter build overall. I recently switched to NZXT’s Kraken X73 AiO and really enjoy the performance enhancements it delivers. CORSAIR’s iCUE H100i delivers an RGB design, high-quality pump, and 240mm radiator in one sleek package. Rated 4.7/5 stars.

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CORSAIR’s new K100 RGB keyboard offers 44-zone RGB, iCUE control wheel, more

CORSAIR’s latest release is the K100 RGB Gaming Keyboard. Offering both Cherry MX Speed or CORSAIR OPX Optical-Mechanical switches, the K100 packs quite a few features that the company is introducing here. Something else that CORSAIR is introducing here is the AXON Hyper-Processing Technology, which delivers input at up to “4-times faster than conventional gaming keyboards.” But, that’s not all, keep reading to find out everything there is about the brand-new CORSAIR K100 RGB Gaming Keyboard.

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CORSAIR Scimitar RGB Elite MMO Mouse Review: I’ve found the perfect mouse

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When the CORSAIR Scimitar RGB Elite was first announced, it was nothing more than an update to an existing platform. Offering a slightly faster sensor and a little bit of a newly-sculpted design, the Scimitar RGB Elite was just another mouse. But, it would be the mouse that ruined all other gaming mice for me. After spending quite a bit of time trying to find the perfect gaming mouse…I think I’ve found it. With 12 programmable side buttons, the CORSAIR Scimitar RGB Elite took some getting used to, sure, but after the initial setup, I found that having 12 buttons all right next to my thumb was the perfect balance between customizability and usability. So, without further ado, here’s our review of the CORSAIR Scimitar RGB Elite MMO gaming mouse.

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CORSAIR’s latest computers sport RTX 2080 Ti, Ryzen 9 3950X, more

CORSAIR is launching two new desktops today, one being the VENGEANCE and the other being an updated ONE PC. The VENGEANCE rocks both AMD’s latest Ryzen 3000-series processors or the Intel 10th generation Core options, while the ONE is being updated to use AMD’s Ryzen, given that the company already has an Intel version on the books. The VENGEANCE is geared towards gamers, while the ONE is designed to be more of a content creator platform, but both are built to be beasts at all tasks.

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