Tag: corsair

  • Testing new power supply: Corsair VS450

    We got a new unit in-house that we’re trialling – the new Corsair VS450 entry-level PSU.   Featuring 450W of output, a single 12V rail, two PCI-E connectors and a 3-year warranty it provides an interesting option for builds with a single midrange graphics card. We’ll post back if we find anything interesting in our…

  • Fractal Design Define R4: Does a Corsair H100 cooler fit in the front?

        With the release of the Fractal Design Define R4 we have been asked a few times about whether Corsair’s self-contained liquid cooling system will fit in the front. Placement here has a few advantages over placing it in the top of the chassis; noise is reduced, for a start, and if you use…

  • Corsair SP120 Overview/Review

    Corsair’s new lines of fan are divided into AF – for airflow in open-air setups – and SP, or static pressure-oriented fans, more designed for placement adjacent to radiators or other areas where airflow is tight. The fans we’re looking at today are the 120mm SP range:  

  • Proper mounting of Corsair AF120 or SP120 coloured rings

      Can’t get your coloured ring to sit properly on your new Corsair fan? You’re not alone – we’ve had a few customers find it difficult getting their rings to sit correctly in the fans.  

  • Corsair SP120 fans

    We have a handful of the new Corsair fans in for testing – initial results look promising.     The SP line are optimised for static pressure, which means they’re ideal for use on cooling radiators or other places where there is restricted airflow, like storage chassis’ or behind narrow grilles. This is in contrast…