Corsair showcase custom liquid cooling components at Computex

Corsair showcase custom liquid cooling components at Computex

Corsair showcase custom liquid cooling components at Computex

Corsair showcase custom liquid cooling components at Computex

 
Our sources from inside Computex have told us that Corsair has started showcasing a selection of new Corsair branded liquid cooling components at the event. 
 
For a long time now Corsair has been one of the leading creators of all-in-one liquid coolers, but now it looks like Corsair are looking to get into the custom liquid cooling market with a new range of CPU and GPU waterblocks, fittings and reservoirs. We have also heard reports that they are looking to bring their own radiator designs to market. 
 
Alongside this we have also heard that Corsair is upgrading their existing AIO liquid cooler designs, using their Magnetic Levitation fans for quieter operation as well as a new pump design that is said to be more efficient and quieter than Corsair's previous generation of AIO liquid coolers. 

  

Corsair showcase custom liquid cooling components at Computex

 

You can join the discussion on Corsair's plans to enter the custom liquid cooling market on the OC3D Forums

 

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30-05-2017, 07:44:38

Avet
If Corsair releases some proper water cooling cases this will be epic for OCD freaks. Just please more white thingies.Quote

30-05-2017, 08:29:39

AngryGoldfish
PLEASE don't charge the same as everyone else for fittings. While it's great to have variety, we need a real shake up in the water cooling arena. It'll remain for the select few if company's don't start charging less.Quote

30-05-2017, 08:43:19

Avet
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
PLEASE don't charge the same as everyone else for fittings. While it's great to have variety, we need a real shake up in the water cooling arena. It'll remain for the select few if company's don't start charging less.
I agree with you completely. Water cooling is eye watering expensive. With more companies in the game it would be a joy if prices started to go down. And it is becoming more, and more popular. With prices down i think they could sell more goods, and turn bigger profits. Good for them, good for us. Win/Win.

Edit: Are you reading this Corsair????!!!!Quote

30-05-2017, 09:20:11

LucasOriginal
The blocks shown at the picture, are not "their own custom liquid cooling components". They are from aqua computer and probably just have laser etched Corsair logos or lettering.Quote

30-05-2017, 09:41:02

Avet
Quote:
Originally Posted by LucasOriginal View Post
The blocks shown at the picture, are not "their own custom liquid cooling components". They are from aqua computer and probably just have laser etched Corsair logos or lettering.
Neither are their AIO, but you see them in different prices form different manufacturers.Quote
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