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Corsair releases new RGB Fans, Chassis and more!

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3 hours ago, JurunceNK said:

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)

I like RGB's, my mouse ( and soon keyboard ) will have them and maybe a strip in my case like the NZXT HUE+, but beyond that probably is no. If I had decent monitors I would maybe have small strips behind each monitor to give off a nice effect but they'd be off most of the time.


 

 

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Just now, DarkBlade2117 said:

I like RGB's, my mouse ( and soon keyboard ) will have them and maybe a strip in my case like the NZXT HUE+, but beyond that probably is no. If I had decent monitors I would maybe have small strips behind each monitor to give off a nice effect but they'd be off most of the time.

Yeah I would agree with that. I'll admit right now I'm going for the Corsair K95 RGB MMO keyboard for the customization factor. I personally don't like LED lighting for my desk setup, but some setups people own are done pretty well like @JayzTwoCents


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3 hours ago, JurunceNK said:

Yeah I would agree with that. I'll admit right now I'm going for the Corsair K95 RGB MMO keyboard for the customization factor. I personally don't like LED lighting for my desk setup, but some setups people own are done pretty well like @JayzTwoCents

Don't know if links work this way, but here is a example

https://www.google.com/search?q=LED+behind+monitors&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj6yqPOm_HOAhUI1R4KHd9_DgMQ_AUICSgC&biw=1600&bih=791#imgrc=6fCu8HDbiau_cM%3A


 

 

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1 minute ago, DarkBlade2117 said:

Do you think LED's that are attached to the underside of the monitor to illuminate the desk below it would work well? I think that can meld both form and function at the same time, as it can make your setup cooler and also light up what's underneath it to see what's there.


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2 hours ago, JurunceNK said:

Do you think LED's that are attached to the underside of the monitor to illuminate the desk below it would work well? I think that can meld both form and function at the same time, as it can make your setup cooler and also light up what's underneath it to see what's there.

I've seen people do it before, Really depends I think


 

 

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28 minutes ago, VSG said:

@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.

Your reviews are very thorough and in-dept and this was no different, keep it up!

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@JurunceNK @DarkBlade2117 Iv'e tried the LED behind my TV thing when it was hanging on a wall. It adds an effect of the TV kinda popping at your face and I find it distracting and fatiguing to look at after a while.

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9 minutes ago, UltraNeonGaming said:

Your reviews are very thorough and in-dept and this was no different, keep it up!

Thank you, I appreciate the kind words :)

 

HD120 RGB will be an even bigger challenge in showing off the customization effects without a video setup lol.

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Can't believe Corsair took the RGB joke, and turn it into a reality, especially the mouse pad. xD

I don't want HD Fans, when are they going to have 4K ones and 3D. :P

 

 

 


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That 460x case looks really nice o3o


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I'd really like an update on the 900d.
Make one in the style of the 600c, I'd buy that in a heartbeat.


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Dammit why no rgb toilet? How I gonna impress the girls now? Make pls


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On 02/09/2016 at 4:19 PM, UltraNeonGaming said:

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.

RGB mousepad! Because we all felt the need for our mousepads to require power. xD


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On 9/2/2016 at 9:19 PM, UltraNeonGaming said:

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

HD120_RGB_01.png

 

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

SP120_RGB_01_BLU.png

 

MM800 Polaris RGB Mouse Pad: $59.99

POLARIS_TRACTION_CONTROL_MOUSEPAD.png

 

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

crystal_cross_sell.png

 

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.

Just for good measure


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Mmmmmm.... Dat Crystal 460x. :x


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I saw the Corsair Air 740 in-person at the Corsair PAX West booth; I was not a fan of it.

It was very spacious without a doubt, but the front of the case was too....edgy.

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Another computer they were showcasing, using the Air 740 with two Titan X (Pascal?) in it. A 360mm radiator up in the front, and 240mm (?) on the top AND bottom.

 

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I still prefer the look of my Carbide Air 540, I dont like all the jagged edges on the 740, and also they removed the 5.25" drive bays (I have a Blu Ray frive, and motherboards 5.25" bay soundcard in mine).


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