Tuesday, November 23rd 2010

Corsair Voted Best PSU and Best Memory Manufacturer 2010

Corsair, a worldwide designer and supplier of high-performance components to the PC gaming hardware market, today announced that it was once again selected as 2010’s Best PSU and Best Memory Manufacturer by the readers of Custom PC magazine and bit-tech.net, two of the most respected technology publications in the United Kingdom.

The awards were voted for by Custom PC and bit-tech’s audience of performance PC enthusiasts, overclockers and gamers. Choosing the companies they judged to have excelled in 2010, Corsair emerged as the clear victor in both the power supply and memory categories.
“We are extremely proud to have been voted Best PSU Manufacturer for the fourth year in a row by the knowledgeable readers of Custom PC and bit-tech,” said Jim Carlton, VP of Marketing at Corsair. “This award emphasizes Corsair’s position as the leading manufacturer of quality PSUs, and we’d like to thank our loyal customers for continuing to choose Corsair.”

Corsair was also chosen Best Memory Manufacturer for the second year running, for its famous XMS, Dominator, and Dominator GT memory modules. “Memory has always been one of Corsair’s core strengths. And while we are expanding into new markets, including audio with the Corsair Gaming Audio Series HS1 USB Headset, we have not stopped investing in technology to develop the world’s fastest and best memory modules.” added Carlton.

The winners of all 13 Custom PC and bit-tech.net awards are published in issue 89 of Custom PC magazine, on sale 16 December 2010, and can also be found online at www.bit-tech.net.
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Phxprovost
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1c3d0g said:
Delta6326/Phxprovost: why do you feel Mushkin is superior? Not trolling here, I just want an honest opinion why you think Mushkin or some other brands are better than Corsair. Is it due to better stability etc.?
i have nothing against corsair, its just with all the mushkin products ive had, they are all rock solid, the warranties are great, customer service is very fast and helpful, mushkin also has a great presence on alot of tech forums, and is overall just a good company to do business with. All this might apply to corsair as well, but i wouldnt know :p
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