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Thread: Corsair Feedback Thread

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    Corsair Feedback Thread

    This thread is dedicated to offering genuine feedback to Corsair.

    Suggestions for all current products and future products.



    I'll start, I would like to see some sort of temp monitoring with the PSU lineup. I'd like to see this


    Also, will Corsair expand on watercooling? Currently the H50 is a top seller, but I think Corsair could enter the Radiator market. Perhaps even cpu/gpu blocks too.

    Any feedback would be great, also if Y.B. could post up everyonce in a while to see if any of these ideas are being kicked around or suggested already.

    Thanks!
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    Custom Liquid Cooling:
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    Due to our policy on unannounced products, the best source of info on newly released products is HERE.

    Once they are announced, I'll add what info I can.
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    Cool, I'll check that out from time to time.

    On a PSU discussion over at techpowerup.com we were making brash demands of PSU's. I listed again some temp monitoring program or atleast readout. But then it was suggested a wattage meter be integrated into some sort of external display. A Kill-A-Watt is like $20, but if that were integrated into the PSU and available to be read out through some sort of external display(or even internally through a side window) would be a killer next step.

    Connectivity was brought up, more wired PCI-E for modular(4 at least), and better cable management tools(not just zip ties) were mentioned. You can check it out here:

    http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?t=123821

    Thanks!
    Mah Rig:

    i7 970 @ 4.4Ghz
    6GB Gelid Perfect Storm
    Gigabyte UD5 Rev 2
    128GB Corsair Nova SSD
    Evga 470
    Corsair Obsidian 800D
    Corsair 1KW HX
    Custom Liquid Cooling:
    PA 120.4
    EK Supreme HF
    Aquacomputer 470 block
    Swiftech M35x w/top

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    Imo, psu better be as it is now. Its main function is to power up all of component with clean and stable juice, no more and no less

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dumo View Post
    Imo, psu better be as it is now. Its main function is to power up all of component with clean and stable juice, no more and no less
    Yo Dumo , your words are spot on

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    I've always worried that a kilowatt type device on a PSU is another failure point and they are never very accurate. If it is important to know your voltages, I think a multimeter is best.
    Yes, Yellowbeard, a tall rough man with a big yellow beard

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    I wish they would put metal hinges on the hard drive bay door on the 800d cases. You spend 300.00 dollars on a case you would expect a little bit of quality. I have tried to get replacements from Corsair but have never received them. ( That was about six months ago.)

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