Thursday, January 23rd 2020

CORSAIR Launches New AMD-Powered VENGEANCE 6100 Series Gaming PCs

CORSAIR, a world leader in high-performance gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced its new models of stunning AMD-powered gaming PCs, the CORSAIR VENGEANCE 6100 Series. Starting with the VENGEANCE 6180 and VENGEANCE 6182, these cutting-edge gaming PCs combine the power of 3rd generation AMD Ryzen processors and AMD Radeon RX 5700 Series graphics with high-quality CORSAIR components, all in a compact cube form factor that's 33% smaller than a standard mid-tower and brimming with fully customizable RGB lighting.

Since launching in 2018, the CORSAIR VENGEANCE family has emerged as one of the most awarded and sought-after gaming PCs on the market thanks to its impressive power, distinctive style, and deeply embedded customizable RGB lighting. Both the CORSAIR VENGEANCE 6180 and 6182 incorporate a liquid-cooled AMD Ryzen 7 3700X CPU with eight cores and 16 threads, an AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT 8 GB graphics card, and 16 GB of CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB PRO DDR4-3200 Memory. Both models are cooled by a CORSAIR Hydro Series H100i RGB PLATINUM Liquid CPU cooler and powered by a CORSAIR RM650 80 PLUS Gold power supply.
The VENGEANCE 6182 boasts an X570 chipset motherboard, enabling the world's first mainstream PCI-Express 4.0 platform. This offers the bandwidth to support the latest PCIe 4.0 devices, such as the included 1 TB CORSAIR FORCE MP600 M.2 NVMe SSD. The VENGEANCE 6180, on the other hand, is equipped with a B450 motherboard and a 480 GB CORSAIR FORCE MP510 SSD. For additional storage capacity for all your files and media, both models also feature a 2 TB HDD.

The VENGEANCE 6100 Series features extensive RGB lighting throughout the system - a total of 140 individually addressable RGB LEDs allow for mesmerizing light shows visible through the three crystal-clear tempered glass panels of a compact CORSAIR 280X case. Powerful CORSAIR iCUE software enables system-wide synchronization and customization of your lighting, in-depth system monitoring, and precise control over fan and pump speeds. PC gamers in search of a powerful and stylish AMD system need look no further - it's time to step up your game with a CORSAIR VENGEANCE 6100 Series PC.

Availability, Warranty and Pricing
The CORSAIR VENGEANCE 6100 Series is available immediately from the CORSAIR webstore and the CORSAIR US network of authorized retailers and distributors beginning at $1999. The CORSAIR VENGEANCE 6100 Series is backed by a two-year warranty, alongside the CORSAIR worldwide customer service and technical support network.

Web Pages
To learn more about the CORSAIR VENGEANCE 6100 Series, please visit: http://corsair.com/vengeance-6100-gaming-pc
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15 Comments on CORSAIR Launches New AMD-Powered VENGEANCE 6100 Series Gaming PCs

#1
LocutusH
That case looks like a successor of the Air 240
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#2
TheLostSwede
B540? Typo or?
Also, both systems cost the same?
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#3
Ferrum Master
Since it is a case for "mini" ATX board...

Why the FAT PSU? Why not a SFX? IT would have shaven off a great amount of dead space.
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#4
erixx
Nice case.

But is the name Vengeance still atractive? Bad vibrations for something to have at home.
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Ferrum Master
erixx
Nice case.

But is the name Vengeance still atractive? Bad vibrations for something to have at home.
At least it is not coming from your ex.

How you can have bad vibrations from a word? A very biblical thing actually... Eye for an eye? :laugh:

Or you prefer another gaming XXX?
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TheLostSwede
B540? Typo or?
Also, both systems cost the same?
Beginning at 1999, that will be the b450 chipset and 480gb nvme drive, the x 570 and 1tb will likely be 2399+ either way its too expensive though hardly surprising coming from corsair
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s3thra
TheLostSwede
B540? Typo or?
Typo for B450 I assume.
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#8
xtreemchaos
thay look good but overprice for me but if you have money and don't what to self build why not theres a lot worse pre builds to buy.
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#9
Taz100420
Everything priced out for the X570 system comes to about $1900. That's from Newegg with some "discounts" added also. I mean, it's not a great deal in terms of us builders but for ppl who like the perty colors, SFF, has no/lil knowledge of building a computer and/or getting into mid level PC gaming, it's not a horrible deal either. The case I have is very similar to the 280X and I like it a lot lol. Although the Corsair LL series fans are NOT cheap by any means. One thing that sucks with having 6 fans in case, is that mobo doesn't have enough headers to plug em all in... Need to get the Corsair Commander Pro so I can plug em all in and have RPM control. Also need the extra 2 USB2.0 ports to connect the PSU and AIO water unit as I only have 2 onboard and need 4 lol.
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#10
Chomiq
Is it mesh filter in front of tg on the front?
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#11
The Quim Reaper
That GPU, or any other, is going to get quite toasty in that case...watch your boost clocks struggle.
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Chomiq
Is it mesh filter in front of tg on the front?
In front is mesh filter and glass.
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#13
lmille16
r9370
Beginning at 1999, that will be the b450 chipset and 480gb nvme drive, the x 570 and 1tb will likely be 2399+ either way its too expensive though hardly surprising coming from corsair
It's not just Corsair. Most system builders are overpriced but we know this. I did the B450 system as close to part for part on PCPartPicker and it came out just shy of $1600 USD.
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lmille16
It's not just Corsair. Most system builders are overpriced but we know this. I did the B450 system as close to part for part on PCPartPicker and it came out just shy of $1600 USD.
Of course system builders have to make a profit though as most of the components are manufactured/licensed by corsair they won't be paying anywhere near $1600 for that build, and they won't be paying retail for the rest of the components either so they probably have a good $600-$800 markup per unit, not too mention add-ons, extended support etc.
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#15
Tartaros
The Quim Reaper
That GPU, or any other, is going to get quite toasty in that case...watch your boost clocks struggle.
I don't think so, actually these small cases have quite good airflow. Usually they have a lot of hidden meshes.
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