Every year Corsair has some new power supplies on show and this year we were shown a new budget friendly range of PSUs: the Vengeance series. These are aimed at the mainstream market coming in 650w and 750w capacities and an 80 plus silver rating. A silver rating might not grab the attention much, but as budget offerings they will sell well. Alternatively, if you’re into small form factor systems, the SF600 Platinum range will be right up your alley. These are fully modular and ship with a SFX to ATX bracket for housing in a larger case. Both series are expected imminently.
The Crystal 280X is lovely looking case, but its positively microscopic compared to the behemoth Obsidian 1000D. This monster case can house two systems and is marketed as being perfect for a game streamer. The front panel alone can support two 480mm radiators or eight fans. Yes, just in the front panel alone. Needless to say, the configuration options are endless. This is one of the biggest and baddest PC cases on the market.
The all new HS70 headset made an appearance. This is a supremely comfortable wireless gaming headset that features a detachable microphone, virtual 7.1 surround sound and up to 16 hours of battery life, or it can be connected via USB for simultaneous use and recharging. It is due to go on sale any day now at an attractive price and we hope to have a review in the not too distant future.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Vengeance Pro RGB; the SF450 PSU and HS70 headphones