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Introducing the new Hydro Series H80i and H100i Liquid CPU Coolers
Introducing Corsair Air Series Fans!
Corsair Air Series Fan Terminology and Testing
The Corsair SSD Toolbox
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Creating Profiles on the Corsair Vengeance M90 Performance MMO and RTS Laser Gaming Mouse
Vengeance M60 FPS Gaming Mouse
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Downloading and Installing the Latest Software and Firmware for Vengeance Gaming Keyboards and Mice
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Vengeance Gaming Keyboard Keyswitch Technology
The Vengeance 1300 and Vengeance 1500 Gaming Headsets: which one should you buy?
Understanding the Vengeance 1500 USB Gaming Headset EQ profiles
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Voyager Air vs. Seagate Wireless Plus — Real World Wireless Performance
Corsair Voyager Air Firmware Update
Corsair Voyager Air and DLNA Capable Devices
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How to Build a PC - Choosing a CPU Cooler
How we fight coil whine in the RM Series power supplies
NVIDIA has unleashed a Titan among us mortals. The new NVIDIA GTX Titan GPU offers amazing graphics processing power while consuming up to 250w of power. The stock cooling setup on these cards looks pretty impressive but of course, there are always people out there that are not content with stock.
Recently, I stumbled across a system build thread over at the EVGA forums. Member "dustingg" has taken two Hydro Series H50 CPU coolers and with some slight tubing modifications, he's attained cooling results rivaling much more expensive custom cooling solutions. We applaud dustingg for his ingenuity and we also really like his choice of PSUs.