Steel Series - CES Product Update

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Steel Series - CES Product Update

Steel Series have announced a new raft of peripherals at CES in Las Vegas.
The new Flux headphones offer a folding design, interchangeable pads and outer covers and are able to be daisy chained, so multiple people can listen to the same source.

The Siberia v2 USB Headset features a smart "noise cancelling" and retractable microphone, leather covered ear cups, inline controls and LED lights on the outside of the cups themselves! Very "bling".

Steel Series - Siberia Headset

The Ion is a game pad about the same size as a deck of cards, but featuring all the controls you'd find on a 360/PS3 controller. It's designed as a portable game pad, but with serious pro-gaming credentials.

The Kana is a "community designed" mouse, taking feedback from the "Designed by Gamers" campaign. Coming in black/orange and white/black - they must have been watching Toms custom builds! These mice feature an ambidextrous shape, 6 buttons, LED's, double braided cord and 1600-3200 DCPI that can hold movement speeds up to 130 inches per second.

Steel Series - Kana Mouse

The Kinzu v2 comes in a standard and Pro editions. They both builds on the successful v1 ambidextrous design, with four buttons, a 3600 fps optical sensor that can hold a stable 65 inches per second and a raft of colour options. The Pro edition also has Omron button switches, a must for competition gaming.

The Flux and Siberia V2 will be available in Q2 and the Ion will be available in Q3 but neither have pricing details at present. The Kana is available now at €49.99, and Kinzu v2 Pro at €44.99 and standard at €39.99(all MSRP).

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02-01-2012, 13:50:14

Looking to upgrade my GPU.

2500k (stock speeds for now) Need decent cooler
Gigabyte GTX 460 1gb
Asus P8P67 Pro
Crucial C300 64gb
2x Samsung F3 1TB
Corsair HX 620W
Corsair 600T
Monitor is a BENQ G2220HD.

Thinking another GTX 460 would be the best bet. Just thinking if the PSU will handle it. I'm going to overclock the CPU once I get a heatsink(using stock cooler).

02-01-2012, 14:24:33

imho a 620 psu would struggle to run dual gpu's specially if overclocking anything. I'd suggest at min a 750 but 850 would deffo fill the order

02-01-2012, 14:57:43


imho a 620 psu would struggle to run dual gpu's specially if overclocking anything. I'd suggest at min a 750 but 850 would deffo fill the order

Thanks for the reply, Will look for another corsair PSU as my current one has lasted me ages and have had no problems with it.

Whats the difference between and apart from the price!

03-01-2012, 06:11:03

The HX one has a higher effiency rating. I am pretty sure the 12v rail is more on the HX one as well. I have a HX750 and they are solid as you like and i sure the guys here will echo my view.

I would go for the HX850 in a heart beat.

03-01-2012, 07:16:13

Yup, the TX750 would be a good choice :).

03-01-2012, 18:20:00

Yup, a good 750 - 850W will be enough if you're planning to OC and have multiple video cards as well. The HX750 or AX750 are a good choice. :)

05-01-2012, 06:23:39

Have you thought about a single card setup ?

06-01-2012, 20:27:52

Theres some great deals out there at the moment on faster Gpu's. Thats what I would do.

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