Corsair has unveiled a slew of new gear at Computex 2016, ranging from new cases to their take on the GTX 1080. Their motto for the showcase is “Build it better,” and are presenting gamers with the tools necessary to do just that.
A Case to Die For
First and foremost is the 400C White, Corsair’s new and improved version of the Carbide 400C. This sleek new number has a windowed side case to show off the inside of any PC gamer’s pride and joy. There is no drive bay on the front to give it a nice clean look, and will be available this month.
New Look Memory
Corsair have also taken the chance to show of two new new versions of their DDR4 with heat-spreader design. For those who love a splash of colour in their build, the Vengeance LED comes in red or white, and with specially selected Samsung ICs can manage 4,333 MHz and beyond. alternatively, the Dominator Platinum Special Edition comes in either brushed aluminium or chrome finishes, with capacity to overclock on X99 and X100 platforms. Both will launch in the third quarter of 2016.
New Cool(ing) looks
Whilst liquid cooling has become a favourite choice for those building their new PCs, Corsair have showcased a range of new fans, designed for both high performance and low noise. Coming in more traditional form (ML Pro) or the flashier colour version (ML Pro LED), these fans come with the patented Magnetic Levitation bearing technology, which allows the blades to spin at a 2,000 RPM range that is user-controlled without being too loud. Both versions are coming to market in the third quarter of 2016.
The graphics powerhouse
This version of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080, the result of a partnership between Corsair and MSI, has already been unveiled and more details can be seen here. Nevertheless, Corsair are showing it off in the flesh at Computex 2016. This GPU will be hitting the market in the third quarter of 2016.