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Thursday, 29 May 2014 13:26

Corsair has started selling Force LX SSDs

Corsair has introduced a new series of solid state drives called Force LX , which currently consists of two models. Corsair Force LX family is made from 128GB (CSSD-F128GBLX) and 256GB (CSSD-F256GBLX) SSDs, both coming in the same classic 2.5 inch package and 7 millimeters thick. Mentioned models have data read speed of 560 MB/s, while the write speed depends as ever about the capacity of the SSD.

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Sunday, 27 October 2013 17:52

Corsair hydro H75 water cooling

According to Corsair existing water cooling systems are not sufficiently adapted to the average user, but require a certain amount of skill and knowledge when being installed.

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Friday, 22 March 2013 06:49

Corsair launches the Vengance K70


Corsair has introduced the Vengeance K70 gaming keyboard, sort of an evolution of the model K70. The keyboard is a mechanical type with Cherry MX Red switches, while the solid and durable aluminum body is available in black or silver.

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Saturday, 16 March 2013 20:37

Corsair Vengeance Extreme is really extreme


Corsair has introduced the Extreme Vengeance DDR3 memory kit, which is currently the fastest available memory module. It is a dual-channel DDR3 memory kit with two plates of 4 GB (8 GB total) that run on a standard clock speed of up to 3000 MHz at voltage of 1.65 V and 12-14-14-36 latency.

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Tuesday, 20 July 2010 20:48

07-20-2010 Deliveries and a change in the Lab

RAM-01Once more the UPS truck hits my driveway and brings some new toys to the lab. This time the parts are for reorganization. As the lab is right now I use multiple vendors for the parts used. I try to have two of each to keep things even but I am still working with having to keep up with multiple companies and that can be a pain. To help fix some of this Cameron at Tweak Town worked with Corsair to source much of the hardware we use for the test benches. We were able to get quite a bit to maintain two full test benches. Here is what has arrived so far.

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