Hardware Heaven, Enthusiast Series™ TX850/TX750 V2 Review — Overall 10 out of 10 rating — "In terms of performance both versions of the TX V2 produced good results in each of our tests but excelled in two areas. The first was AC Ripple where this model registered some of the best results, especially on 12v, that we have seen. Then we had acoustic performance where these new PSUs were noticeably quieter than competing and older models."
Jonny Guru, Enthusiast Series TX850 V2 Review — Overall 9.5 out of 10 rating — "Once again, Corsair's gone back to the drawing board. Once again, they've come up with something fantastic and worthy of our dollars. Version 2 of the TX850 ends up being quite a fantastic unit to replace the older CWT based unit, and yours truly doesn't really have anything terribly bad to say against it. I do wish there was a second EPS12V connector, but that's about it. Since I cannot use the unit to travel back in time when dance music was good, I'll just have to settle for recommending an excellent power supply. Well done, Corsair."
Techgage, Gaming Audio Series™ SP2500 Review — "I won't beat around the bush and make it quite clear, the Corsair speakers are fantastic, and so they should be at $250." and, "The overall experience was quite a surprise when initially installed. Being a headphone user, one picks up on a lot of the various subtleties that can be lost when switching from headphones to speakers. With the SP2500's... not the case, at all. Everything that could be heard with my standard headphones, was completely clear and audible with these speakers. This probably comes down to the bi-amplified satellites with the tweeters on its own channel."
Hardware Heaven, Hydro Series™ H60 Review — Overall 9 out of 10 rating — "For performance, the H60 excels for its price point. We get quick installation (yes that is a performance aspect!) and then ultra-low noise levels, significantly lower than the H50. The H60 also performs better than that model as well as the high end air cooler from Tuniq. For those on a stock Intel cooler, the performance increase from moving to the H60 is huge; temperatures will drop by 20°C with a modest overclock which is exceptional."
Madshrimps, Hydro Series™ H60 Review — "Well Corsair has pulled it off again and created a nice looking liquid cooling kit. Performance as expected, is in between the H50 and H70 units. What I like a lot is the new mounting system; Being very practical to use and allows for a perfect TIM contact time after time. With the previous models you had to insert the unit into the pressure ring and slightly twist it, before screwing it down. Sometimes the thermal paste was already a bit messed up before even using the unit. This is no more. Also the versatility of the new bracket for the Intel socket is well executed. No more extra brackets or inserting screw mountings. One bracket fits all."