Corsair Debuts Incredibly Diverse Lineup At Computex 2024

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Corsair Had Plenty of Variety!

[Press Release] Computex 2024 was a huge event for Corsair. In addition to new software and a racing sim prototype, the company offered several new products across a variety of categories.

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Expanding the cooling category, the LX RGB and RX MAX series fans can fit right in the iCUE LINK ecosystem. The former offers elegant RGB, while the latter is made for enthusiasts who demand the best cooling.

Thanks to 30mm-thick fans, the RX MAX fans keep your PC going without major temperature spikes.

The iCUE LINK Titan Offers A Robust Cooling Setup

The iCUE LINK Titan series has also been introduced. These coolers offer a three-phase motor that works alongside a cold plate surface to maximize CPU contact. At the same time, the included high-performance RX fans help disperse heat.

Moreover, the Titan series can be easily customized through CapSwap Modules.

Corsair Xeneon 34WQHD240-C
Corsair Xeneon 34WQHD240-C Marks Yet Another Exciting OLED Monitor Launch


For gamers looking to make the jump to an OLED display, Corsair is introducing the XENEON 34WQHD240-C QD-OLED monitor. With a 34-inch curved panel, 240Hz refresh rate, and a 0.03ms GtG response time, the monitor has you covered for all types of use cases.

One i500

To further diversify its lineup, the Corsair One i500 PC has also been introduced. This mini-PC features up to a GeForce RTX 4090 GPU and Intel Core i9-14900K CPU to meet the growing demand for gaming and professional work.

Corsair One i500 Compact PC
The Corsair One i500 Punches Above Its Weight

The PC is currently available in Wood Dark and Wood Bright designs, with a Metal Dark option coming later.

Corsair SF Series Power Supplies

The popular SF series power supplies will also join the lineup of ATX 3.1-supported PSUs from Corsair. With up to 1000W of 80-Plus Platinum-rated power, these units are highly reliable for all your high-end PC gaming needs.

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New PC Cases

To wrap things up, various new PC cases have been introduced. The 3500X comes with a wraparound tempered glass layout, making it great for large GPUs and elegant setups.

Meanwhile, the 9000D RGB AIRFLOW builds on the legacy of the 1000D. A patent-pending system allows this chassis to break past the limitations of fixed fan positions, allowing for adjustable fans through a quick slide using the InfiniRail system.

These descriptions just scratch the surface of everything presented at Computex 2024. You can learn more about these products and find exciting details about the event at Corsair’s website. Also, the i500 One is now on sale and can be bought from the same website.

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