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French language review site "59'Hardware" reviewed the Corsair CX500M and CS550M this week. The CX500M is Corsair's semi-modular, 80 Plus Bronze certified 500W power supply, while the CS550M is Corsair's newest "Builder Series", semi-modular, 80 Plus Gold efficiency 550W power supply.


59'Hardware appreciated the CX500M's voltage stability, modular cables and compact size, awarding it with their "Recommandé" award. The CS550M was respected for it's voltage stability, modular cables, efficiency and price and awards it with their "Budget" award.


Over at Cowcotland, the Hydro H75 CPU cooler gets installed on an AMD FX9370, where they find it to do an "excellent" (a word that's the same in either English or French!) job.


In the end, they could find nothing to complain about given the H75's performance, low noise and reasonable price and reward it with a Gold award.


Hexus.net also gave the H75 cooler a test drive. They too were impressed and said "anyone in the market for a sub-£65 cooler that performs well and keeps relatively quiet should have the Hydro H75 on their shortlist. No bells, no whistles, just solid closed-loop cooling in a simple, convenient package." They awarded the Corsair Hydro Series H75 CPU cooler a "Recommended" award.


Another Corsair all-in-one CPU cooler was reviewed over at TweakTown this week. They had a look at our dual 120mm radiator H105. They achieved such excellent results on their test rig, they had initially assumed the results were a fluke!


Tweaktown's overall rating of the Corsair Hydro Series H105 Extreme Performance liquid cooler was 95 out of 100. They said the CPU cooler was "simply outstanding!"; giving it an "Editor's Choice" award.


Over in the HID department, "Benchmark Reviews" has a look at the Corsair Raptor M45 gaming mouse. The review notes that "with the PixArt 5,000-DPI sensor, the performance of the M45 was stellar, equal to mice I’ve used that cost almost three times as much." They were also impressed with the build quality, stating that "although the Raptor series mice lack the metal chassis of the Vengeance series, the mouse nonetheless exudes a solid, quality feel."


Furthermore, they write "Corsair provides a lot of functionality in this mouse. The ability to have button macros and performance configuration handled by the driver software or directly by the mouse hardware adds a welcome degree of versatility." and award the Raptor M45 gaming mouse with their "Golden Tach Award"


Hardware Heaven had a look at the Corsair Raptor K40, our RGB backlit rubber-dome keyboard, this week. They found that the keyboard was an "overall a well-balanced board with nice typing experience, good build quality and all the essential gamer features."


Hardware Heaven was busy with Corsair kit this week as they also reviewed the Obsidian 750D full-tower chassis.


Hardware Heaven concluded that the 750D was "all in all ..a real solid case, that was a breeze to build with and offers a sleek look some of the higher end cases would struggle to match" and gave it a "Recommended" award.


Finally, we head over to Hardware Secrets where the Corsair Graphite Series 230T chassis gets a going over.


Spoiler alert! They conclude that "if you are looking for a case that allies high quality and simple construction, low price, good ventilation, ease to set up, support for up to four 2.5" drives and up to 280 mm radiators, the Corsair Graphite Series 230T is an excellent choice" and award it with their Silver award.



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