Corsair have announced a desktop dock that can turn any USB flash drive into a one-click backup solution. The Corsair Voyager Port has a top-mounted USB 2.0 port and comes with a copy of NovaBACKUP 10; at the push of the Voyager Port's single button, a preset backup is triggered.
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Corsair has today taken the wraps off its fastest DDR3 Dominator FT family designed to work for Intel Core i7-based processors. Announcement of the new Dominator GT features a bright racing red color scheme with company’s patent’s-pending Dual-path Heat exchange (DHX) technology high-end stick with remarkably low latencies (7-8-7) running at high frequency of 2000Mhz.
The news first appeared on the UK Online Retailer san.co.uk, revealing a stock of MLC-based SSD 128GB (CMFSSD-128GBG1D) from Corsair, and stories were later published at numerous techie sites citing Corsair will let loose of its first SSD storage device in a very near future. Today, a UK-based CustomPC got words that it’s official- The memory maker has joined the SSD bandwagon, targeting mainstream market with the of launch a 128GB S128.
Corsair have announced a new 850W power supply intended for gamers and overclocking enthusiasts. The Corsair TX850W is built using industrial grade components and can operate at 100-percent load at an ambient temperature of 50-degrees centigrade. It also has a dedicated +12V rail that can deliver 70A (840W); that's a full 98.8-percent of the PSU's total output.
Both kits have two sticks each in them operating at 667MHz. You have your choice of 2x1GB sticks or 2x2GB sticks. The Memory is fully buffered and is 100% compatible with your Mac Pro and comes with a lifetime warranty.
So, all in one day Mac Pro users get a new graphics card option from NVIDIA, the best graphics card manufacturer there is on the planet, and a new memory upgrade option from Corsair, the best memory manufacturer on the planet. I’d say any Mac Pro user must be feeling extra important today, all things considered they are already using the best desktop computer there is on the planet.
Corsair also has a Mac notebook memory line as well, if you are a Mac Pro and a MacBook Pro owner looking to upgrade the RAM on both. These two kits however were tested at Apple’s laboratories in California to make sure everything works and is up to snuff, and they do work, the price isn’t bad either at $165 for the 2GB kit and $225 for the 4GB kit.
It’s a thousand watt power supply and its certified by NVIDIA for 3-Way SLI usage. It can also power multiple processors, several hard drives, and does it all at 50 degrees Celsius, tops.
So you’ve made it into the boss’ office and you are transferring the files onto your cheap knockoff flash drive and had you been mere seconds faster you wouldn’t be sitting in a jail cell, well you should have bought a flash drive from Corsair. Their new Flash Voyager GT offers up transfer speeds four times faster than that of a regular USB 2.0 drive.
Their new DHX or Dual-Path Heat Xchange technology has allowed them to bump up the speeds of their DDR2 and DDR3 memory. By the end of February they’ll be shipping two 4GB DDR2 kits with the technology, and later this year, 4 new DDR3 kits.
So I’ve had the 32GB Corsair Flash Survivor for a few days now which has been time enough for me to run some benchmarks on it and see how practical it is for every day use. I must say, I love it, I was copying some files to it for a friend, and I came to the realization that for once I didn’t have to worry about copying too much and filling up the flash drive mid copy as there is almost nothing I could copy to this drive that would fill it up.
So I got a package from FedEx today, inside was the Flash Survivor 32GB model, its new, and its hot, not literally though. Inside the package were the flash drive tube thingy, a USB extension cable, and a Corsair dog tag/chain that I chose to put the flash drive on along with the dog tag.