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11 de October de 2011

Corsair – Carbide 500R Case, New Capacity SSDs and New CPU Coolers

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Corsair has recently announced some new great products to their line, a new case, new capacity SSDs and more CPU liquid coolers.

 

The Corsair Carbide 500R case was announced as a builder friendly and aggressively priced mid-tower case aimed for gamers and budget enthusiasts. The case features great cooling with a huge 200mm fan on the mesh side panel, USB 3.0 and 2.5” SSD support, very pleasant looks and a lot of other great features. The case is available in Arctic White and Graphite Grey colour schemes.

 

You can read the full press release here.

For more information visit the Carbide Series page on Corsair’s website here.

 

Corsair added new high capacity SSDs to their Force Series GT and Force Series 3 line of products.

The new sizes include a 480GB Force Series GT model and two Force Series 3 models of 180GBs and 480GBs. The major difference from these models to the other products of their line is obviously the size, with the 480GB models giving an outstanding capacity to even the most demanding users while the 180GB gives a good ratio of size and price to those who want to fit most of their software on a very fast drive without spending much money. All three SSDs are SATA 3 drives with backwards compatibility with SATA 2 and comes with a 3.5” adapter to fit in desktops with no 2.5” SSD support.

 

You can read the full press release here.

For more information regarding these new SSD models from Corsair visit the Force Series 3 page here and Force Series GT page here.

 

Along with a new case and new SSD models, Corsair has also announced new liquid CPU coolers.

The Hydro Series H40 and the Hydro Series H70 CORE liquid CPU coolers are aimed for budget users that still want a great cooling performance with the H40 being the entry level cooler and the H70 CORE being the mainstream solution. Both feature 120mm radiators with the H70 CORE being 38mm thick for better cooling performance. The H70 CORE is different from the H70 due to the fact that it doesn’t come with a fan to make the price lower and is aimed for users who already have a 120mm fan to use on the radiator.

 

You can read the full press release here.

For more information regarding the products please visit the Hydro Series page on Corsair’s website here.



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