Corsair's New Neutron SSD, Digital PSU, Memory and Hardware Accessories


Corsair Showcases Cool New Hardware at Computex 2012

Corsair has had a pretty good year in 2011 with some pretty compelling products like their Force GT SSD drives. From what we saw at their product showcase in Computex 2012, we think they are well on their way to have another great year. Here are some of their coolest products that were easily the highlight of Corsair's showcase:-

While we couldn't get a picture of these new Solid-State Drives, Corsair first showed us these fourth generation SSDs as they are built with the innovative Link A Media Devices (LAMD) controller that is able to produce random read and write speeds of up to 90K IOPS. Sequential read speeds are also attainable at up to 555MB/s, making these two new SSDs perfect for any high-performance user

Here's a chart that Corsair has prepared for positioning their latest Neutro GTX SSD which has rather strong random read/writer performance.

As one of the top PSU manufacturers, Corsair looks to lead the pack as they are one of the first to release a modular and digital ATX power supply. Seen here is a system powered by the Professional Series AX1200i that combines DSP control with Corsair Link technology to bring about an all-new level of monitoring and control. Also, the digital signal processor in the AX1200i adjusts on-the-fly to provide users with incredibly tight voltage regulation, clean and stable power and efficiency

The Dominator Platinum Ultra High Performance Memory is a combination of beauty and brawn. It is said that the Dominator Platinum is able to reach speeds of 3000MHz but yet remains stable due to the patented DHX cooling technology. It also comes with a inter-changeable LED light bar to give it a 'bling' factor

What was already an impressive headphones is made even better. The Corsair Vengeance 2000 looks exactly like the Vengeance 1500, but it is now a wireless 7.1-channel gaming headset that provides 10m of wireless freedom and 10 hours of battery life. The custom 50mm drivers deliver tight bass response and with 7.1-channel surround sound, gaming and movies will be so much more immersive.\

Corsair also showcased some cool new casings that are quite well designed, inside and out. While most of them looked great, the Vengeance C70 (right) is a mid-tower gaming case that is inspired by an ammunition box and looks very imposing. It is also made of steel and is able handle some punishment. It has up to eight expansion slots, eight hard drive bays, location for seven additional fans and room for dual 240mm radiator water-cooling loops.

Corsair will also be releasing a range of new cooling fans in the Air Series. There's the SP120 and AF120 that comes in two variants, Quiet Edition or High Performance, each to suit different types of users. These high static pressure 120mm fans will definitely deliver better cooling performance, while the hydraulic bearings and rubber mounts help reduce noise.

Besides just hardware, Corsair also has some very sturdy USB 3.0 flash drives that are able to take an insane amount of punishment. The Survivor is just as its name suggest, as it is said to be able to withstand being run over by a car and still function. As for the Flash Voyager, it has a durable rubber housing that makes the USB flash drive water-resistant and shock and vibration proof.

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