Corsair has been here for about 25 years and is one of the largest manufacturers of high-performance gear for gamers, streamers, and content creators. It has evolved over the years and includes subsidiary brands like Elgato, SCUFF Gaming, and Origin PC. Today we will be doing something a little different. Instead of looking at products individually, we will be looking at a stack of corsair products in relation to its revamped iCUE software. This is more of a look into how iCUE has changed and how their own products integrate with the software. Their product stack includes peripherals, PC hardware / Systems, streaming equipment, and RGB lighting. We will be covering the K65 Mini, Sabre RGB Pro, MM700 RGB Mouse Pad, Virtuoso RGB Wireless XT, MP 600, vengeance RGB PRO, and H170i / H150i Elite Capellix AIO Coolers. iCUE inextricably creates an eco-system that will unite all your Corsair products in one place. The next level of control is here with iCUE, so let's see how this can inspire you to customize all your Corsair products.
There is nothing like having the ultimate space to play video games. When it comes to arranging offices or small spaces, gamers are looking for a sturdy desk and comfortable chair but are cautious of price. Arozzi is a Swedish company that offers unique gaming furniture, accessories, and peripherals for gamers and streamers. Gaming products have become a touchstone of the industry and Arrozzi is looking to offer you everything you would need to accommodate your setup. We will be looking at the Arozzi MOTO and Primp PU chair together and see how to assemble each. Space and durability can make an enormous difference for arranging your hardware and peripheral layouts and be influential to your purchase decisions. Let's see if Arozzi can offer the space and comfort that's needed for gaming or office operations.
Getting a graphics card in the current market is an advantageous task. Your left combatting price vs performance providing you can even find the stock. With the launch of the Nvidia Ti series of GPUs, Nvidia did the unthinkable…
Intel has released its 11th gen CPUs based on the Cypress Cove architecture and continues to push 14nm to its limits. These new CPUs have a ton of negative press surrounding them but especially the 11900K. There are some serious holes with the new product stack but also a lot of good that the processor brings when considering generational leaps and what 14nm++ is capable of. We are going to do something a bit different here with this overclocking guide by comparing Intel's recommended test settings versus a manual all-core overclock. Intel's recommended settings are going to offer a bit more performance than just basic default settings. Let's see what we can get out of this CPU.
Logitech has been creating peripherals for some time. They aggressively make their presence known with their advancements in the peripheral market. With the Logitech G line of products, it continues to innovate with wired and wireless technology because its goal is to create a super responsive environment for any gamer. They offer the lowest input lag for their Logitech G line of products and swear that you can't tell the difference between wired and wireless. Their new Lightspeed technology further improves latency and is targeted for eSports and gamers. I've looked at several Logitech products in the past and today we will be looking over the PRO X headset. This headset was designed in collaboration with professional eSports players and offers advanced communication technology. Let's dive into what makes this headset hear and sound like a pro.
Corsair is a company that continues to evolve and offers a complete PC ecosystem. While RGB, tempered glass and airflow are all included in their design choices, they offer a wide range of cases. Their products include budget, mid-range, and enthusiast options. Today I will be reviewing a new case, the 5000D airflow, and doing a system build guide. The 5000D is a step up from the previous 4000 series.