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Corsair releases new RGB Fans, Chassis and more!

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Source: http://www.corsair.com/en/landing/rgb

 

Corsair has released a whole bunch of new products with RGB lighting control along with a couple new cases.

 

New products include:

(All pricing in USD)

HD120 RGB Fans: $29.99 single fan, $49.99 single fan w/controller, $89.99 triple fan w/controller

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SP120 RGB Fans: $19.99 single fan, $39.99 single fan w/controller, $69.99 triple fan w/controller

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MM800 Polaris RGB Mouse Pad: $59.99

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Carbide Air 740 Case: $149.99

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Crystal 460x Case: $119.99 w/ 1x AF140L red LED and 1x AF140L fans, $139.99 w/ 3x SP120 RGB fans

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What do you guys think? RGB fans look cool but I like the 460x case because it looks super sexy and clean with it's tempered glass.

 

I hope the next RGB product is the long anticipated RGB socks+sandals with an included RGB hat.

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Don't think I'll ever buy into the whole RB mousepad things. Keyboard? Cool, Mouses? Neat, Cases? Still cool, fans are.. meh, maybe, and motherboards is where it got crazy.

Don't get me started on the RAM or SSD's...

These fan's are one of the first I would consider buying though, other RGB fan's look.. weird to me.


 

 

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Oh hooray. More RGB. Don't bother doing anything new or different, just slap RGB on a product that by rights doesn't need it and charge double. That's a feature we all wanted to see.

EDIT: Just saw the case. Dear God, it's an abomination.


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2 hours ago, ThinkWithPortals said:

Oh hooray. More RGB. Don't bother doing anything new or different, just slap RGB on a product that by rights doesn't need it and charge double. That's a feature we all wanted to see.

It's all fine and good until your setup looks like a Christmas tree.


 

 

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Certainly look pretty good. Bit skeptical of the static pressure fans.


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Those fans is cool


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The Air 740 Looks horrible if you ask me, Not sure about the 460x yet. 


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I agree with the Air 740 looking bad. The angles/arc angles just aren't appealing to me.

 

Now the 460x is something I could get down with.


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Pricing info:

1) SP120 RGB- $19.99 single fan, $39.99 single fan w/controller, $69.99 triple fan w/controller

2) HD120 RGB- $29.99 single fan, $49.99 single fan w/controller, $89.99 triple fan w/controller

3) Crystal 460x case- $119.99 single color, $139.99 RGB

4) Carbide Air 740 case- $149.99

5) MM800 Polaris RGB mousepad- $59.99

 

Despite having the fans here in my possession already, there is still some sticker shock. My review of the SP120 RGB fans will be up soon, but here's a pic for those interested:

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, VSG said:

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I'll look forward to your review, these fans look pretty interesting. I'll also add the pricing to the original post.

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14 minutes ago, VerticalDiscussions said:

RGB Mousepad!? LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

To be fair I think Thermaltake has their own RGB mousepad before

 

But yeah it's stupid to pay more just to have something under your mouse puking rainbow


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What's up with the logo in the middle of the fans? do they really not spin? Or is that a photoshop?


 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, dtaflorida said:

What's up with the logo in the middle of the fans? do they really not spin? Or is that a photoshop?

Just for illustration purposes

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How am I supposed to game in the dark if my entire rig is lit up like a Christmas tree?

 

The couple LED fans I have are more than enough


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, No Nrg said:

How am I supposed to game in the dark if my entire rig is lit up like a Christmas tree?

Close your eyes just like you'd put on headphones if your rig was a jet engine obviously /s

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Fancy.

That first case looks like it came from 2005.


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I'm interested in that 460x case. It definitely intrigued me. The only other cases I know with front tempered case are inwin 805 infinity, lian li, and Ibuypower element cases. But those cases have issue with cooling. Hopefully this one doesn't. I'll wait for a review. BTW guys you can turn off the rgb if it's too distracting. Rgb lighting is more of novelty items than anything. Personally I like a subtle look with not that much led.

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Both of those cases look horrible. The shape of the new Air is just ugly and that front panel, yuck. The 460x would look nice if not for that dumb ass honeycomb shit in front of the fans. If they're going to have tempered glass on the front the front should look clean, not like THAT.

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LOL Another Corsair "Airflow Optimized" case... Which is why it does so well compared to the competition right?

 

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Worse cooling across the board from the Define S (a semi-silent optimized case) while being the loudest case in their suite of testing.

 

Such a good value.


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3 hours ago, DarkBlade2117 said:

It's all fine and good until your setup looks like a Christmas tree.

Yep. I never wanted (or intended) to build my system to where it looks like a goddamn Christmas tree. I don't understand my brother wanting to go absolute overboard with RGB LED strips for his desk to where he can host his own rave _facepalm__by_chimpantalones.gif

 

LED fans could work in some builds and for some people, but for others, no. With that said, I'll be going with their new ML series of fans (specifically the Pro versions)


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@UltraNeonGaming My review of the SP120 RGB fans for those interested: http://thermalbench.com/2016/09/02/corsair-sp120-rgb-led-120-mm-fan/

 

HD120 fans undergoing testing now. I got these a couple of days ago only, so there was no real time for the release.

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