Corsair has been on a tear with its flagship Corsair Gaming Series products over the last couple of years, and they’re now making a comeback.
As the company has made significant strides in the gaming market over the past few years, the latest models are more than capable of handling any kind of task.
If you’re looking for a great budget gaming computer that offers plenty of cooling, then the new Corsair Gaming series is for you.
The Corsair RGB gaming series includes the popular Corsair AX1200 and AX1200i, which come with two 240mm radiator fans and one 120mm radiator fan.
They’re not cheap either, but they’re solid fans that are capable of pulling heavy loads.
In terms of price, the Corsair AX1250 RGB is the top-of-the-line option in the line-up, but it’s still priced significantly below the Corsair RGB model.
If the price is right, you can expect to pay about $1,500 for this powerful system, which is a little less than half of the price of the cheapest Corsair model.
The AMD Radeon R9 290X, which we’ll be reviewing later this week, is the next best option, as it comes with a full-sized 240mm fan that you can mount on the side of your system.
You can also get the AMD Radeon HD 7970, which includes a full 240mm cooler.
There are plenty of other models out there as well, but we’ve found the Corsair Gaming line to be the best choice for gamers looking for the best price on the market.
Corsair has launched a range of different fans for the Corsair gaming series, which means you can easily upgrade to the best Corsair fan in your system at the time of this review.
Here are some of the most popular models available for the next-generation Corsair gaming desktop: Corsair AX120i (360mm) Corsair AX240i (280mm) The Corsair AX 120i is the cheapest of the lot, and it’s probably the most versatile.
It comes with two 120mm fans that you mount directly to the front of your case, but you can also add a second 120mm fan on top of it.
It’s also one of the easiest to upgrade, as the AX120I comes with everything you need to make your own fan bracket.
Corsair AX360i (480mm) This is a more expensive model, but has two 120 mm fans on the back.
It also has a dual-slot power connector, which makes it even easier to install your new Corsair fans.
Corsair RGB X1 (560mm) You can pick up this model for around $900, and you get two 120 and 240mm fans on top.
The fans are quiet, but are also capable of keeping your system cool.
Corsair X1R (640mm) We like this model the most, as its 360mm fans are quieter than the others.
Corsair CX400R (880mm) While not the most powerful of the Corsair fans, it has enough cooling for a lot of systems.
Corsair CMX400C (900mm) If you don’t need a huge amount of cooling on your system, you may be interested in this model.
Corsair CRX400D (1000mm) Another cool option is this one, which has a total of four 120mm radiators and two 120-mm fans.
The fan is also silent, but can also run cool.
For a little more, you’ll get a cooler cooler that has two 140mm fans, a 180mm fan and a 180-mm fan.
Corsair Corsair RGB (1250mm) These are the cheapest fans you can get, and these are also the best.
You get a 360mm radiator, which you mount on top or below the front panel.
Corsair R9 380X (1280mm) For $1/4th of the cost of the other Corsair models, you get a 1280mm radiator.
It doesn’t have the same cooling performance as the other fans in this lineup, but the Corsair R1 380 is a solid fan that won’t blow your system out of the water.
Corsair RMX-A4 (1400mm) Although it’s the cheapest option, the RMX A4 is also one the most expensive.
The RMX has two 240 fans, but these are not as loud as the others, and this model comes with the two 120 fans.
If it’s your first time getting a Corsair fan, it might be worth getting a second one.
Corsair Red Devil (1480mm)* For $15, you’re getting the latest Corsair fan for your desktop, which features two 120 or 240mm radiations.
Corsair Radiators and Fans The Corsair gaming lineup is not limited to one single brand of fan.
The company also makes a range to suit every budget.
Corsair offers fans that come in different sizes and shapes, which are designed to fit different hardware and systems