New PSU, Memory And Flash Products From Corsair

👤by Tim Harmer Comments 📅05.06.2012 16:56:36

Computex arrives with a bang for Corsair, who have taken the opportunity to announce new products coming soon to retailers near you:

Corsair AX1200i DSP-based PSU

Corsair bill the AX1200i Digital as the first desktop PSU with DSP-regulated voltage. Coupled with the inclusion of Corsair's Link monitoring technology, the PSU should offer 'unprecedented levels of monitoring and performance customisation'. The 1200AXi also features fully modular cabling for improved routing, and is rated at 80+ Platinum efficiency.

Dominator Platinum DDR3 Memory

Continuing the platinum theme, Corsair are bringing to market the blisteringly fast Dominator Platinum series of DDR3 memory. The rated speed of these kits range from 1600MHz all the way up to a blistering 2800MHz, and are available in kits from 8GB (2*4GB) to 64GB (8*8GB), but the main selling points are an exclusive range of additional features. Corsair Link once again makes an appearance, allowing much improved performance feedback for the enthusiast; the patented DHX cooling directly cools the PCB; and the light bar allows end-users to customise the RAM lighting to that of their case (additional colours coming soon).

Flash Voyager Slider USB 3.0 8GB USB Drive

Designed for convenience, speed and value, the Flash Voyager range features capless housing and a retractable USB plug which should be a fair bit more reliable that many other alternatives. As with all Corsair Flash drives the Voyager Slider is USB 3.0, backwards compatible with USB 2.0, and out-the-box compatibility with Windows, Linux and OS X. Read and write speed depend greatly on capacity chosen - ranging from 8GB to 64GB - but all offer read speeds of 70MB/s or higher.

No doubt there will be more information from Corsair coming out of Computex this week. Stay tuned for more.

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