Mag-lev fans? Seriously?
Corsair's new ML 'Magnetic Levitation' fans (left) rise out of their mountings when active meaning they can spin faster and (due to lack of friction) quieter.
Corsair's new standard LED fan range (right) have frosted fan blades and LEDs in the core and round the edge. A controller unit can manage six of them and keeps light and power on separate circuits.
Corsair has an exclusive license for the maglev bearing. It allows a higher CFM (cubic feet per minute) per decibel. It works between 400rpm and 2,400rpm. Available July.
Available in 120mm and 140mm versions, the ML series fans see their "impeller physically levitated away from the frame of the fan" - an x-axis is now in play and bearings are diminished.
Corsair has a graphics card: the Nvidia Hydro GFX GTX 1080 graphics card, in partnership with MSI. Corsair makes the cooler.
Corsair's living-room-friendly Bulldog "quiet" case. It can handle VR in a space where you need space to move around.
The 400C case is now available in white. There's also a white PSU coming soon.
Corsair Vengeance LED is a new line for Corsair. The lighting will be software controlled. Frequency: 2400-4400 DDR4. The bars on top are removable.
Padlock 3 - 256-bit AES-encrypted flash drive is now USB 3.
Corsair Dominator Platinum Special Edition memory using "top-binned" Samsung ICs. Available in black or chrome.
Corsair's Dominator Platinum Special Edition sets will be limited to just 500 sets of each colour (black and chrome). Available in dual and quad-channel kits in Q3.
Corsair's Lapdog (with K65 RGB keyboard) lets you do PC gaming in your living-room on your lap! It's available for $159 now.
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