Corsair's CX line is aimed at users with limited budgets who still want a branded, reliable, and well-supported PSU. Today we're reviewing the second-strongest member of the family, the CX750M.
Corsair heats up the glass case market with tempered panels on the front, top, and both sides. We examine its extra features, functionality and performance.
Corsair's CX series consists of both non-modular and semi-modular units. It was recently upgraded with new members and improved versions of older ones. The CX650M is the third strongest member of the line, featuring 650W capacity and a 40°C rating.
Another Corsair PSU is in the lab, commanding our attention. We already reviewed the RM750x and RM550x, so we couldn't leave out the RM650x. It promises the same high performance as its siblings, along with super quiet operation.
The Corsair Force LE 960GB is a low-cost, high-capacity SSD that represents an excellent value in the entry-level space.
Corsair cooperated with a fan OEM for the creation of a new magnetic bearing, which offers even longer lifetime that the high-end Fluid Dynamic Bearings. The same company also decided to enter the GPU market.
We recently evaluated Corsair's SF450, which left a good impression on us. Now it's time to test the family's flagship SF600, which can deliver 150W more power using exactly the same cable configuration.
Corsair enters the SFX PSU market with its new SF series consisting of two models at 450W and 600W capacities. Both power supplies are fully modular, promise high performance and come with 92mm fans to minimize noise output.
Corsair announced yet another M65 gaming mouse. This time the M65 Pro RGB includes RGB lighting and a high-end sensor.
Corsair doesn't like tackling a new market unless it can offer a premium product. So when the company wanted to make a graphics card, it partnered with MSI to create a high-end stunner.
The lowest-capacity unit Corsair's RMx line outputs up to 550W and is 80 PLUS Gold-certified. It features fully modular cabling, offers great performance and is nearly silent throughout its operating range, too.
With room for two large radiators and four graphics cards, Corsair's Carbide 600C specifications read like a list of reasons to buy oversized. It looks good too, but is it really a full tower or just a wide mid-tower?
Following last year's price drops, is DDR4-3200 finally a good value? Corsair's Vengeance LPX helps us figure that out.
Corsair plans to release two SFX PSUs into the first quarter of 2016. During CES, we had the chance to learn some details about their specifications, which look rather promising.
Corsair introduced three new cases at CES 2016: the extravagantly-styled Spec-Alpha and the minimalist 400C and 400Q.
Corsair released its RMx PSU line, which the company claims will offer good performance along with silent operation. Unlike the RMi models, the RMx units lack a digital interface, a fan test button, and uses a Rifle bearing fan instead of an FDB version.