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Corsair Reveal Chassis, Accessories, and More at CES 2019


While they may have had a lot of extreme hardware on show, it’s often easy to skip over the little product launches and displays too. First up, we have their new 275Q chassis, which were on display with some pre-made systems in the corner of their suite. Available with dual solid side panels, noise dampening material and more. I love these, they’re just simple, tidy, quality chassis without all the glass and RGB we see so much of. If you just want a quiet and clean rig, they’re a great choice.

Cables And Beyond

Corsair has also upgraded their line of sleeved cables, including front panel extensions, SATA cables, and more pre-set packs and colours for your modding needs.

This was also the reveal of their new TM30 thermal paste. Normally, you would have to use another brand, but now Corsair is ticking all the boxes for your cooling needs.


Their new PSUs are pretty much what you would expect too, starting with the small and mighty SF750. It comes in an SFX form factor, with 80 Plus Platinum certification. It also features zero RPM fan modes, sleeved cables, fully modular connectors, and 105c rated Japanese capacitors.

For those who need something bigger, such as ATX, the AX850 and AX1000 are packing some serious power. Again, both are fully modular, with zero RPM fans modes, 80 Plus Titanium efficiency, and full Japanese Capacitors. They also feature an impressive 10-year warranty.

Riser Cables

Their new premium PCIe 3.0 x16 cables look superb too and are expected to be around £50-60 on launch. Not the cheapest, but you get a quality looking cable for your investment.


Did you know Corsair now owns Elgato? Well they do! With that, they have their new Thunderbolt 3 dock, offering up a huge amount of connectivity for laptops that feel a little too courageous with their stock connectivity.


CES 2019 Sponsors

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Peter Donnell

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