Corsair C70 with Dual 360 RADs by RomeoKilo
By Mike Clements, on November 25th, 2013
Occasionally in modding and watercooling circles, I've heard (or read) discussions about what type of cooling could be put into a given case. Several times I've seen it mentioned that the Corsair Vengeance Series C70 case would be nifty if some clever person could put two 360mm radiators into it.
Project Marshlands: A Corsair C70 Based Case Mod
By Mike Clements, on October 21st, 2013
Corsair forum member "keenan" has done some fantastic custom work using a Corsair Vengeance Series C70 gaming case. He has taken dozens of pictures documenting his build process for Project Marshlands. The pictures speak for themselves.
Corsair and Infsite A.G. Dream PC
By Jake Crimmins, on April 9th, 2013
What components would you use to build your Corsair Dream PC? Corsair's Ronaldo Buassali recently visited Infsite A.G. in Brazil to build a Corsair Dream PC. Check out some photos of this awesome PC.
SWVA LAN April 2012: Well Played!
By Mike Clements, on July 9th, 2012
In late 2011 I received an email from Caleb Tote, one of the primary organizers of the SWVA (Southwest Virginia) LAN event. According to their Facebook page, "SWVA is A 100% non-profit organization, offering gaming events to local programmers, gamers, and all types of computer enthusiasts." Caleb told me who he was, explained the history and scope of their LAN event, and asked about how to apply for a LAN sponsorship package from Corsair for their April 12-13, 2012 LAN event.
Military Green C70 Build Log
By 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.