By Michael Valera posted Oct 28th 2011
JonnyGURU, Enthusiast Series™ Modular TX550M Review — "Corsair's new TX modular series gets a recommendation here today. And it is well deserved. This unit is exceptionally good for a little 550 watt unit. It runs cool, it's incredibly stable, and it keeps ripple and noise under half of the ATX specification. No, it's not the latest and greatest when it comes to the push toward higher efficiency, but let's be honest here... the difference to your wallet between Bronze and even Platinum isn't as great as you might think. You could easily do worse than this unit right here."
AnandTech, Carbide Series™ 500R Mid-Tower Case Review — " As always, Corsair has produced a case that's reasonably attractive, idiotically easy to assemble, and a solid performer. In some ways it's really the high point of their enclosure business. There are alternatives, but if you like the way it looks and want something easy to build, the 500R is worth your hard earned money."
Neoseeker, Carbide Series™ 500R Mid-Tower Case Review — "Corsair now has multiple award winning cases under its belt, so when it comes to designing a chassis for the mainstream market they have a lot of experience to fall back on. This is clearly evident when looking at the 500R, as it includes several features found in both the Obsidian and Graphite series, yet it still fits into a more affordable package."
Hi Tech Legion, Force Series™ 3 60GB SATA 3 6Gb/s Solid-State Hard Drive Review — "Overall the Corsair Force 3 60GB SSD fits the budget of most mainstream users and provides a significant performance boost for those looking to upgrade from their 1st generation SSD or platter HDD. The Corsair Force 3 60GB also comes with a 2.5" to 3.5" adapter so it is ready to be installed and used right out of the box without spending extra on a 2.5" mounting kit. It is not often that you find the lowest priced product perform beyond those of its more expensive peers but the Corsair Force 3 60GB SSD seems to have been built to defy expectations."
eTeknix, Corsair Vengeance PC3-14900 8GB 1866MHz Memory Kit Review — "The Corsair Vengeance range of memory provides users with compatability and functionality at a price that is affordable, and if you want something a bit extra, Corsair cater for that too with their fantastic overclocking ability that we saw today."