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Vengeance LPX and Dominator Platinum DDR4

We have a strong batch of reviews of our high speed DDR4 for Intel’s new X99 platform and Haswell-E processors.

TweakTown reviewed our new Vengeance LPX 16GB (4x4GB) 2800MHz kit and had this to say: “…the Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-2800 kit is a great option for Intel X99 users wanting something that offers great performance, but won’t break the bank.”

It earned 90% and a “Must Have Best Features” award.


Not long after, we were able to get our Dominator Platinum 16GB (4x4GB) 3200MHz kit into their hands and said: “The Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4-3200 16GB Quad-Channel memory kit is no doubt part of what will make the ultimate system. If you have the need for speed, this is what you should be looking at buying.”

This monster kit earned a 97% and a “Must Have Best Performance” award.


Overclockers.com took the Vengeance LPX 2800MHz kit for a spin and came to a similar conclusion that TweakTown did: “Corsair will most definitely meet the demands of the enthusiast user with the Vengeance LPX DDR4-2800 kit. It looks great, overclocks nicely, and performs terrific.”

It earned the Overclockers Approved! award.


HX1000i 1000W 80 Plus Platinum Power Supply

JonnyGURU.com had a look at the HX1000i this week. After running it on their load tester in both room and high temperature tests, they concluded that it has excellent ripple suppression, excellent voltage regulation, easily met Platinum efficiency and excellent build quality.

It earned 9.6 out of 10 and a "Recommended" award.


TechPowerUp also reviewed the HX1000i.

"The HX1000i performed pretty well overall, achieving very high efficiency levels with, especially, normal loads. Ripple suppression was also very good and output noise was minimal, not only for a PSU of this capacity, but also in comparison to smaller units."

It earned 9.3 out of 10 and a "Highly Recommended" award.


AX1500i 1500W 80 Plus Titanium Power Supply

Anandtech reviewed the AX1500i power supply.

“[Corsair] succeed on breaking almost every performance record we can come up with for a consumer-grade PSU.”

Flash Voyager GTX

Over in Germany, Tom's Hardware gave Corsair's Voyager GTX a look over. The GTX employs SSD technology in a USB sized device. Against three other USB drives, including a Corsair drive and another drive that also uses SSD technology, the Voyager GTX came out on top.


Graphite Series 380T Mini-ITX Enclosure

Benchmark Reviews had a look at the Graphite 380T chassis.

"The Graphite series from Corsair continues on with its performance legacy by introducing the 380T, a mini-ITX case that can certainly handle a great amount of hardware while still maintaining portability as an option."... "If you want to build a super portable, high end system that resembles nothing you have ever seen before look no further than the Corsair Graphite 380T."

It scored a 9 out of 10.

[H]ard|OCP also checked out the 380T.

"The clever design, generous amount of room and removable side panels of the Corsair Graphite Series 380T make working in and around this chassis a pleasure. The support for AIO liquid cooled systems, full size graphics cards and 150mm air coolers gives gamers and mini-ITX enthusiast a foundation to build an awesome LAN rig or Steam Machine."

The Graphite 380T walked away with a "Silver Award."


Carbide Series SPEC-02 Enclosure

Overclocking Made in France reviewed the Corsair Carbide SPEC-02 where it scored 4 out of 5.


Force LX Series Solid State Drives

PC Persepctive reviewed the Force LX 256GB and 512GB SSD drives.

"The Corsair Force LX is a solid performer thanks to its Micron 20nm synchronous flash and Silicon Motion controller. We were happy to see this performance available in costs/GB lower than competing units. While more limited on write speeds, the smaller 256GB capacity showed some advantages over the larger models in pure random read workloads at specific queue depths. The Corsair Force LX is a worthy addition to the list of SSDs folks look for, especially those shopping based on good performers at a relatively low cost per gigabyte."

The drive earned PC Perspective's "Silver Award.”



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