Computex: Corsair previews Graphite 600T case, Pro Series PSUs and AirFlow Pro
Subject: Cases and Cooling | May 31, 2010 - 08:45 PM | Ryan Shrout
Computex 2010 is well under way and last night Corsair gave us a chance to preview some of the company's new devices that would be going on sale later in the year. This includes the new Graphite Series 600T mid-tower case that will be available for around $149 starting in late summer. After the acclamation of both the Obsidian Series 800D and 700D, Corsair has moved on to create an enthusiast-friendly lower priced option.
Also on display in Taiwain is the new Corsair Professional Graphics Series of power supplies that is rated at 80 Plus Gold and is custom designed for Corsair; the PSU platform will apparently not be available to anyone else in the industry. Not only will these power supplies be efficient but they will also be quiet: Corsair claims they will remain at 24 db all the way up to 800 watts of usage. The 1200 watt model will start selling for $299 later in the summer with the 850 and 750 models coming down sharply in price.
Finally, in a call back to the days of memory dominance in the enthusiast market, Corsair is unveiling the new AirFlow Pro device that is temperature sensor, activity monitor and trippy LED light show all in one. Combine LEDs with fans and unique sensors on the Corsair Dominator modules, the AirFlow Pro is an window-case enthusiast's dream device!
We have MUCH more detail on all three of these releases in our short video below so give it a look! If you are on a mobile device you can view the video by clicking here.