By Corsair's Technical Marketing Team, on February 1, 2018

So you've got yourself the Dark Core RGB or Dark Core RGB SE, CORSAIR's first wireless gaming mouse! While you could use this mouse right out of the box, we recommend downloading the latest version of CUE and upgrading the mouse's firmware for the best experience.

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By Chris Stolze, on November 1, 2017

Firmware can be thought of as the operating system of a device and in the world of components and peripherals, firmware is everywhere! Sometimes firmware updates are introduced to improve the performance or squash bugs that may pop up, so today we're going to take a look at how to check to see if your peripherals are updated completely in the CORSAIR UTILITY ENGINE.

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By Chris Stolze, on August 9, 2017

AMD Ryzen Threadripper features the massive SocketTR4 which ensures that your Threadripper processor is installed in the correct orientation with the appropriate amount of force. Let's take a look at the install process for a Threadripper processor as well as one of our HYDRO SERIES coolers with the new SocketTR4 bracket.

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By Chris Stolze, on July 27, 2017

The Crystal Series 570X RGB tempered glass chassis launched last year to much critical acclaim for its open design that puts everything in your build within view. We’re introducing a new PSU shroud cover plate that allows you to hide away the cables coming from your power supply!

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By Joseph Ocbina, on July 18, 2017

The K95 RGB PLATINUM has been out for a while already, but did you know that it can also help you manage the cable clutter on your desk? Today we're taking a quick look at the cable routing channels under the K95 RGB PLATINUM.

 

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By Johan Nyman, on December 21, 2016

This is the fifth part of the Project CURV3D blog-series where we show you how it could look when you build a case from scratch.

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