It's been about a month since Corsair first began showing off its Neutron XT solid state drive family, and at the time, the company wasn't ready to talk about pricing details. That's a secret Corsair can't keep forever -- the drives are reportedly supposed to launch to public in the coming weeks -- so last night, Corsair spilled the beans on how much its Neutron XT SSD line will street for.
A case for librarians and other noise conscious builders
There's something to be said for building a quiet computer. It takes a bit of research to build a truly silent (or near silent) system, and of course it starts with your choice of case -- an open air chassis is probably not the best option. There are several quiet cases available, and beginning today, you can add Corsair's new Carbide Series 330R Titanium Edition to the list of quiet computing enclosures.
You only need to bump into a standard USB thumb drive protruding from your laptop once to realize why companies make smaller alternatives. Sure, they're easier to lose, but if you've ever ruined a USB port by being clumsy, that's a tradeoff you're willing to make. There are several options, including Corsair's new Flash Voyager Vega family of ultra compact USB 3.0 flash drives.
Holy gaming goodness, Batman, what have here? Short and simple, today's top deal is for the Batman Triple Pack (Online Game Codes) for $14 (normally $18 - use coupon code: [EMCPAWP228]). If you've missed out on the Arkham series, now is your chance to get caught up with Arkham Asylum GOTY, Arkham City GOTY, and the prequel Origins. The timing couldn't be any better, either -- the final installement in the series, Batman: Arkham Knight, is set to release June 2, 2015, giving you plenty of time to tackle the triple pack and get up to speed with the series.
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When you're finished building your PC, you can raise your screwdriver and proclaim, "By the power of Grayskull, I have the power!" It will feel good, but if you forgot to purchase a power supply, it doesn't matter what you shout, your system isn't turning on. Hey, it could be worse -- you could have purchased a generic PSU and found out the hard way why it's a good idea to invest in a quality, name-brand PSU with a good reputation. Speaking of which, check out today's top deal for a Corsair HX Series HX850 850W Power Supply for $120 with free shipping (normally $150 - use coupon code: [EMCPAPF37]; additional $20 mail-in-rebate). This is an 80 Plus Gold certified PSU with modular cables and plenty of amperage (70A) available through the single +12V rail.
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Go back in time a little bit and a slapping 1TB worth of solid state drive (SSD) storage in your PC might run you a bazillion dollars, or more. And these days? Not only can you get 1TB of space in a single SSD, but you won't have to trade your first born for it. To wit, check out today's top deal for a Samsung 840 Evo 1TB SSD for $390 with free shipping (normally $460 - use coupon code: [EMCPBHD22]). Not only is it capacious, but it's also fast with sustained sequential read and write times of up to 540MB/s and 520MB/s, respectively.
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If you live in a part of the country where it snows every winter, then give it a few months and you can crack the window when your PC temps get a bit too high. In the meantime, there are better ways to cool things than to rely on Mother Nature. One of those ways is the topic of today's top deal -- a Corsair Hydro Series H105 Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler for $100 with free shipping (normally $115 - use coupon code: [EMCPBHH52]). It has a 38mm thick, 240mm radiator, dual PWM fans, and tool-less installation.
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Heat is the bane of any PC enthusiast and we all go to great lengths to ensure our systems don't cook themselves. Need a little assistance keeping those temps in check? Corsair thinks it can help with its new Corsair Commander Mini control unit. It's a compact device that mounts inside your PC, is powered by a SATA connector, and comes with a cable to connect to a USB 2.0 header.
Are you a fan of slow loads, pokey performance, and laggy behavior on your PC? Do you hate it when you click on an application and it just fires right up? Have you ever been annoyed at the ultra-fast responsiveness of a PC as a whole? Is your preference to overpay to substandard technology? Then absolutely you should skip over today's top deal for an Intel 530 Series 240GB Solid State Drive for $131 with free shipping (normally $145 - use coupon code: [EMCHRDC39]). All you'll get from this drive is a big performance bump (over your HDD) at a great price, including up to 540MB/s and 490MB/s sustained sequential read and write throughput, respectively.
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While we sit around waiting for Intel to release its next generation processors, supplementary component makers are arming themselves with parts for upcoming platforms, and so can you. For example, Corsair today announced the availability of its Vengeance LPX and Dominator Platinum lines of high-speed DDR4 memory. Did you catch that? Note that this is DDR4 RAM, not DDR3.