Corsair Air Series Fan Terminology and TestingBy Jeff Checchi, on July 11th, 2012
We recently released a new lineup of Air Series case fans, which come in both AirFlow (AF) and Static Pressure (SP) versions. In this blog I will define the terms that are traditionally used to describe the characteristics of fans, and talk about the difference between "airflow" and "static pressure." I will also show you how we test the fans and how we were able to accurately determine the specifications for each fan. Let’s start with a quick explanation of the terminology which is used when describing the characteristics of fans:
Military Green C70 Build LogBy Jeff Checchi, on June 8th, 2012
With the Computex show right around the corner it was time to build some systems to show off some of our newly announced and released products. Among those products is our Vengeance Series C70 gaming case which comes in three colors (Military Green, Arctic White, and Gunmetal Black), I will be using the Military Green version and hopefully this build log will give you a better look at the features and design of the C70. Let’s start with the list of hardware I’ll be using.
Introducing Corsair Air Series Fans!By Jeff Checchi, on May 3rd, 2012
When I first started at Corsair back in 2007 we had recently got into the PSU business, and we were still primarily known as a memory company specializing in overclocking and enthusiast grade components. Since then, we have successfully launched many more product lines designed specifically for the enthusiast PC builder. Air Series™ fans are the latest addition to the Corsair lineup of products. We currently sell many products that already come with fans, so it was a logical next step to manufacture our own fans which would meet our own specific needs, as well as the needs of hardware enthusiasts everywhere.Continue Reading