By corsairhaurjie, on 2021/09/21

The HS80 RGB WIRELESS is a mix of iconic CORSAIR design, superb audio quality, industry-leading wireless technology, all wrapped up in a durable, light-weight build. When connected via USB, you can experience true high-fidelity 24bit/96kHz audio or take advantage of the hyper-fast SLIPSTREAM wireless connection with a range of up to 60ft and 20 hours of battery life. It also comes with immersive Dolby Atmos when used on PC to give you detailed sound while utilizing the 50mm high-density neodymium audio drivers.

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By Chris Stolze, on 2021/09/21

Whether you’re using a mouse or keyboard, optical switches provide a competitive edge, ensuring that your inputs are registered as fast as possible and with the added durability, you can game with confidence knowing that your hardware will stand up to the test of time.

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By corsairhaurjie, on 2021/08/30

Picking the right chassis for your build is essential for thermal performance especially with modern components that are now drawing more power and producing more heat as the industry continues to push higher speeds and overclocking limits. Let’s discuss the importance of what we at CORSAIR call, Direct Airflow Path in PC case designs. When […]

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By Chris Stolze, on 2021/08/17

CORSAIR has a wide variety of internal components for PC builds with cooling and fans being among our most popular. What’s not to love when you can get the cooling you need for your processor or graphics card AND glorious RGB all at once?

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By Chris Stolze, on 2021/08/13

We’ve partnered up with our friends at HWBOT to put together an overclocking competition that everyone can participate in before we celebrate the launch of DDR5 later this year!

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By Chris Stolze, on 2021/07/22

As some of you may recall, before branching out into power supplies, coolers, fans, cases, and gaming peripherals, CORSAIR was primarily known for high performance memory products! We’ve got a long history with DRAM and today we’d like to take a brief look back at the original DDR, a time when Athlon and Pentium processors were king.

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