Subject: General Tech | March 8, 2019 - 01:46 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: wireless keyboard, K83, iCUE, corsair
Corsair's K83 wireless keyboard offers you a variety of ways to interact with whatever you connect it to in its brushed aluminium shell. Not only do you get the standard keys, there is a large touchpad with laptop style buttons and a joystick at the top, all of which can be programmed with iCUE. This should help you interface with even the most poorly designed GUI, or well designed ones which support gestures, TechPowerUp offers a list of compatible TVs and other devices in the full review.
"The CORSAIR K83 Wireless keyboard attempts to be an integral part of your living room, bringing with it a deluge of relevant features. Multiple connection options and modes give it a role with many host devices, including PCs and smart TVs, with navigation in the form of a keyboard, touch pad, and even a joystick to boot."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Corsair K83 Wireless Review - An Entertainment Keyboard @ Kitguru
- Cooler Master CK530 Review – £70 RGB Tenkeyless Keyboard @ Kitguru
- Mad Catz RAT Pro S3 review: The rat is back @ Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN
- Examining the Cooler Master MM830 gaming mouse and its d-pad @ The Tech Report
New Corsair Gaming Mice
This week at CES 2019 Corsair is launching two new gaming mice as well as featuring another recently-launched flagship. The M65 RGB Elite, released late last year, and the Harpoon RGB Wireless and Ironclaw RGB, launching at CES, each offer unique features geared toward specific games and user preferences, including improved optical sensors, refined designs, and more options for customization.
We got an early peak at each mouse along with the MM350 Extended XL, the latest version of Corsair’s gaming mouse/desk pads. Read on for a quick look at what each new gaming mouse brings to your PC gaming experience.
Corsair Gaming Mice Spec Comparison
First, here's a quick look at the major features and price point of each new mouse.
|M65 RGB Elite||Harpoon RGB Wireless||Ironclaw RGB|
|Connectivity||USB 2.0||USB 2.0
Bluetooth LE 4.2
|Resolution||Up to 18,000 DPI||Up to 10,000 DPI||Up to 18,000 DPI|
|Battery Life||N/A||30hrs 2.4GHz w/lighting
40hrs Bluetooth w/lighting
Subject: Memory | July 27, 2018 - 02:59 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: iCUE, Vengeance RGB PRO, corsair
If you are running an Intel system that can support RAM hitting 4000MHz and have a penchant for flashing lights in various colours covering the entire top of your DIMMs then has Corsair got a set of modules for you. These are fully iCUE compatible which allows you to sync them with other supported components. There are interesting contrasts in this kit; while the timings are not the best, at 19-23-23-45 it does come with a lifetime warranty.
"Corsair's latest entry into RGB memory is their Vengeance PRO series, a kit supporting iCUE, which is Corsair's RGB lighting control system. This isn't just any RGB memory though, the Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO series is built for serious overclocking too!"
Here are some more Memory articles from around the web:
- Patriot Viper RGB 16GB DDR4-3600MHz @ Kitguru
- Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB (4x 8GB) 3200 MHz DDR4 @ Guru of 3D
- Team Group Vulcan Gaming DDR4 3200 MHz TUF Edition @ TechPowerUp
- Patriot Viper Gaming RGB (2 x 8 GB) 3200 MHz DDR4 @ Guru of 3D
- Kingston HyperX Predator RGB DDR4-2933 CL15 @ TechPowerUp
Subject: Cases and Cooling | July 20, 2018 - 01:25 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: liquid cooler, H100i PRO, Hydro Series, H100i, h100, cpu cooler, corsair, AIO, 240mm, iCUE
You've likely seen Sebastian's review of the Corsair H100i in which he failed to provide the exact barometric pressure or even altitude above sea level, merely showing the delta between the base temperature and sound pressure of the room and that of the cooler. The Tech Report on the other hand offer you insight into the quality of the sound the fan produces as well as the pump. They also compare the performance to a different cooler, the Aerocool P7-L24 so check out their review.
If that doesn't satisfy your aesthetic desires there are more reviews below the fold.
"Corsair refreshed its closed-loop liquid coolers earlier this year with the Hydro Pro series. Those 280-mm and 360-mm liquid coolers boasted bold RGB LED lighting and a fresh design, and they turned in good performance, too. We go hands-on with the 240-mm H100i Pro to see whether Corsair can close out the hat trick."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Corsair Hydro Series H100i PRO @ TechPowerUp
- CORSAIR Hydro H100i Pro RGB Low Noise 240mm RGB Liquid CPU Cooler Review @ NikKTech
- Corsair H100i PRO LCS @ Guru 3D
- Noctua NH-D9 DX-3647 4U: A High-End Xeon Scalable Heatsink @ Phoronix
- SilverStone Argon AR11 @ TechPowerUp
- Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO @ [H]ard|OCP
- Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM Fan @ TechPowerUp
- Corsair Carbide 275R @ TechPowerUp
- be quiet!'s Dark Base Pro 900 rev. 2 @ The Tech Report
- Deepcool Gamer Storm Quadstellar @ TechPowerUp
- Thermaltake View 91 TG RGB Super Tower Review @ NikKTech
- Corsair Crystal 280X RGB @ Modders-Inc
Subject: General Tech, Cases and Cooling | March 27, 2018 - 04:34 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: corsair, iCUE, far cry 5
Corsair have announced early access to their new iCUE RGB control software which allows you to control the eminations coming from your Corsair keyboards, mice, headsets, fans, coolers and PSUs from one central location.
It also lets you monitor the performance of various components in your system, including fan and pump speed adjustments in a comprehensive and customizable dashboard.
The launch of the iCURE software is tied to the release of Far Cry 5, if you have spent at least $150 on your RGB addiction, on Corsair branded peripherals you may be eligible for a free game key. iCUE also comes with over 30 preset lighting patterns for Far Cry 5 to really get you into the game, or at least to broadcast what you are playing to anyone with line of site on your machine.
Check the full PR below.
FREMONT, CA, March 27nd, 2018 - CORSAIR, a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced the early access launch of its new unified software, iCUE. Bringing together the full range of CORSAIR products into a single intuitive interface, iCUE powers everything from CORSAIR keyboards, mice and headsets to fans, coolers and PSUs.
iCUE users can instantly synchronize RGB lighting across all their compatible CORSAIR products with a single click, monitor system performance from a customizable dashboard, and control hardware temperatures with in-depth fan and pump speed adjustment. At the heart of everything CORSAIR, iCUE offers intelligent control, with unlimited possibilities.
With industry-leading RGB lighting control, iCUE makes it easier than ever to light up your PC. Synchronize lighting across your whole setup with just one-click, explore dozens of easy to customize lighting presets or dive into multi-layer lighting effects that mesmerize and amaze. From smooth transitions, to dynamic waves and ripples, iCUE’s lighting control goes beyond the keyboard to light up your entire setup.
iCUE offers much more than just lighting customization, with a breakthrough partnership between leading publisher Ubisoft and CORSAIR bringing more than 30 automatic in-game lighting effects to Far Cry 5. Each effect has been co-developed with a deep level of integration to further immerse players in the world of Hope County, so whether you’re exploring, fighting for your life, or just watching the world go by, the lighting of your entire CORSAIR setup will dynamically reflect your actions in-game.
iCUE also offers incredible control customization, with sophisticated macros and key remaps that change the way you work and play. Every single key or button on compatible CORSAIR keyboards and mice can be remapped or fully re-programmed to give you an in-game advantage or productivity boost. Assign a complex spell combination to a single key press to streamline MMOs or add a multi-function image-editing shortcut to a familiar shortcut to make After Effects easier. With iCUE it's your choice how you control your system, with no online login or account required to save and load profiles.
For the first time from CORSAIR, iCUE combines peripheral, hardware and system monitoring into one interface, with support for a wide range of CORSAIR CPU coolers, fans, PSUs and DDR4 memory. Controlled from a customizable dashboard that provides an at-a-glance recap of your entire system, it’s easy to track hardware temperatures, memory speeds and system loads, all from one place. Users can then easily tie lighting and fan speed profiles to not just system temperatures or loads, but specific programs, powering up cooling for demanding games, spinning down for silence when watching a film, or changing lighting color to warm to high temperatures.
CORSAIR iCUE launches immediately in Early Access alongside Far Cry 5, allowing gamers to experience in-game lighting effects from the first day the game is available. To celebrate, CORSAIR webstore customers who spend more than $150 on qualifying RGB products will receive a free copy of Far Cry 5. See www.corsair.com/far-cry-5 for full details.