Reviews

8.5
Date: Feb 4th 2015
Author: Frederik S
In: Keyboards
Corsair Gaming K70 RGB Mechanical Keyboard

Corsair's newest top-of-the-line gaming keyboard, dubbed K70 RGB, gets put to the test. The keyboard features fully customizable back lighting and full n-key roll-over over USB. You also get a huge driver suite and a choice between three of the most popular mechanical Cherry MX switches.

9.5
Date: Nov 25th 2014
Author: Darksaber
In: Cases
Corsair Obsidian 250D

We have reviewed most Obsidian cases in the past - with a few exceptions. One being the tiny but capable 250D, the smallest chassis in this family of enclosures. This review of the Corsair Obsidian 250D will show whether Corsair managed to shrink its size to the smallest possible denominator without compromising on any of the aspects that make Obsidian enclosures so very appealing.

9.3
Date: Nov 12th 2014
Author: crmaris
In: Power Supplies
Corsair HXi Series 750 W

After the flagship HX1000i unit, the time has now come to evaluate the smaller member of this series, the HX750i. Like its big brother, this one is fully modular and 80 Plus Platinum certified. It is also fully compatible with the Corsair Link system because of the digital monitoring circuit it is equipped with.

9.4
Date: Sep 11th 2014
Author: Darksaber
In: Cases
Corsair Graphite 780T

The Corsair Graphite 780T is the successor to the 760T, a chassis that has been on the market for quite some time. It features the same new bold design we have seen on the 380T, but allows you to install a fully sized ATX board and features a lot more expandability.

9.3
Date: Sep 8th 2014
Author: crmaris
In: Power Supplies
Corsair HXi Series 1000 W

Corsair just introduced the new HXi series, comprised of members with Platinum efficiency and full compatibility with the Corsair Link software. Today, we will take a look at the second-strongest unit of the line with 1 kW capacity, ideal for a power-hungry system with up to four VGAs.

8.9
Date: Aug 29th 2014
Author: Darksaber
In: Cases
Corsair Graphite 380T

Corsair is aiming to take the Graphite series on the road with the Graphite 380T. A compact Mini-ITX chassis with a solid grip and sweet looks, it certainly has the specs to be an awesome LAN-gaming rig. But all this comes at a fairly high price - will the Graphite 380T manage to make each cent count?

8.7
Date: Aug 27th 2014
Author: crmaris
In: Power Supplies
Corsair RM Series 1000 W

Corsair's RM series includes some of the quietest PSUs available on the market. Today, we take a detailed look at the strongest member of this series, the RM1000. It promises good performance and ultra-silent operation, a rare feature for a 1 kW unit.

9.6
Date: Aug 15th 2014
Author: Darksaber
In: Cases
Corsair Carbide Air 240

Corsair has steered clear of the tiny cube chassis, while other companies like BitFenix, Xigmatek, or Aerocool have been duking it out, trying to get the attention of gamers who want a compact chassis with the ability to hold potent hardware. Well, the Carbide Air 240 is about to step into the ring and manages to impress.

9.9
Date: May 26th 2014
Author: crmaris
In: Power Supplies
Corsair AXi Series 1500 W

Corsair is first to release an 80 Plus Titanium-certified PSU, which is the flagship of their top-notch AXi line. The AX1500i is the best PSU we ever tested, and at 1.5 kW, it is strong enough for an incredibly powerful system with a four-way SLI or Crossfire configuration.

9.6
Date: May 15th 2014
Author: crazyeyesreaper
In: CPU Coolers
Corsair Hydro Series H105

The Corsair Hydro Series H105 has redefined what one can expect from an AIO liquid CPU cooler. Making use of a thicker 38 mm radiator and Corsair's own SP fans designed to deliver high static pressure, this well-engineered cooler makes quick work of the competition.

9.4
Date: Mar 31st 2014
Author: Darksaber
In: Cases
Corsair Graphite 760T

The Obsidian 760T is essentially a 750D with a lot more "oh" and "ah". Flashier on the outside, it sports a more elaborate look, a choice of two colors, a huge window, and a bit more lighting. It even comes with a fan controller right out of the box.

8.9
Date: Mar 25th 2014
Author: Darksaber
In: Cases
Corsair Obsidian 450D

The Corsair 450D is the smallest of the Obsidian family, but it offers the same cool and clean look and a potent feature set at a price tag of 120 USD - which is 20 dollars less than the 550D, but 20 dollars more than the 350D. Is there enough room for the 450D to fill such a gap?

8.6
Date: Dec 23rd 2013
Author: crmaris
In: Power Supplies
Corsair CS Series Modular 650 W

Corsair recently added another line, the CS-M, to their rich portfolio. Today, we will evaluate the CS650M: it features compact dimensions and a semi-modular cabling design. The PSU is also 80 Plus Gold certified and has a single +12V rail that can deliver up to 51 A of current.

9.6
Date: Dec 17th 2013
Author: Darksaber
In: Cases
Corsair Obsidian 750D

The Obsidian 750D aims to fill the compact full-tower chassis spot in the updated Obsidian family. With the 900D taking the top and the 350D firmly situated in the mid-tower segment, the 750D has a price tag to match its size, but will it be able to deliver everything to warrant the Obsidian name?

8.7
Date: Nov 25th 2013
Author: crmaris
In: Power Supplies
Corsair RM Series 650 W

Corsair is doing their best to dominate the PSU market by constantly releasing new PSU lines, covering all needs and every price range. The RM line addresses users looking for an inaudible PSU at a good price. Today, we will test the RM650: It is 80 Plus Gold certified and features a fully modular cabling system.

8.7
Date: Oct 17th 2013
Author: crmaris
In: Power Supplies
Corsair RM Series 750 W

We recently tested one of Corsair's RM PSUs and today have the chance to check out the 750 W model. Like all RM units it comes with Gold efficiency, low operational noise, and a fully modular cabling design.

8.4
Date: Oct 15th 2013
Author: Darksaber
In: Cases
Corsair Graphite 230T

The Corsair Graphite 230T aims to be a cool-looking chassis with functional features--all at a price segement that is simply the most sought after. Clocking in at 70 euros, has Corsair managed to deliver more than just cool looks in three different colors or is the Graphite 230T nothing but an empty shell?

8.9
Date: Sep 29th 2013
Author: crmaris
In: Power Supplies
Corsair RM Series 850 W

With six PSU series, Corsair decided that there was room in their portfolio for another one! Today, we will take a look at the fresh RM Series, or, more specifically, the RM850. It offers Gold efficiency and comes with a fully modular design, and, on top of that, a very quiet operation.

8.7
Date: Sep 4th 2013
Author: W1zzard
In: SSD
Corsair Force LS 240 GB SSD

Corsair's new Force LS SSD is a value-oriented alternative to SandForce drives. The solid-state disk is based on a Phison flash controller with Toshiba 19 nm flash and delivers quite decent performance.

9.5
Date: Jun 30th 2013
Author: Darksaber
In: Cases
Corsair Carbide Air 540

The Corsair Carbide Air 540 is the company's first cube chassis; it aims to offer the perfect base for a compact water-cooling system. Don't be fooled by the name as it can swallow up to two 280 mm radiators without issue. While everything looks great on paper, we check to see how it stacks up against the competition.

8.3
Date: Apr 24th 2013
Author: crmaris
In: Power Supplies
Corsair CX Series Modular CX600M 600 W

Corsair decided to enrich their mainstream CX series with new units that feature modular cables. Today, we will test the fresh CX600M going for only a few more bucks than its non-modular CX600 counterpart. The "M" specification will most likely have many users pick the new unit over the non-modular version, despite the slight price increase.

9.0
Date: Apr 5th 2013
Author: crazyeyesreaper
In: CPU Coolers
Corsair Hydro Series H110

Corsair's new Hydro Series H110 is a monster of a cooler with its 280 mm radiator, but is bigger always better? It is time to put the H110 to the test and see what all the hype is about.

8.7
Date: Jan 31st 2013
Author: crazyeyesreaper
In: CPU Coolers
Corsair Hydro Series H90

Corsair is once again expanding their lineup of CPU cooling solutions. This time with the Hydro Series H90, pairing good cooling and low noise levels up in one attractive package. At less than $100 it is also priced competitively to go head-to-head with high-end air coolers.

9.2
Date: Dec 25th 2012
Author: Darksaber
In: Cases
Corsair Carbide 200R

Corsair continues to move down the price range ladder to offer cases for every budget. The Carbide 200R is the most affordable case from Corsair yet, but still manages to impress with a simple but very effective feature set.

9.6
Date: Dec 19th 2012
Author: crmaris
In: Power Supplies
Corsair AX 860 W

Corsair is hitting the high-end category hard with their excellent AXi and AX units. In a recent review we evaluated the AX760, which amazed us with its features and the performance it registered. Now, the time has come for its stronger sibling, the AX860, to prove its worth against our loaders.