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Old 25-02-20, 04:17 PM
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Corsair brings more white to its product line with new fans, pumps and water blocks

Liquid cooling fans rejoice!



Read more about Corsair's latest White cooling products.

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Old 25-02-20, 09:43 PM
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And yet still looks tacky
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And yet still looks tacky
It really does doesnt it? Glad im not the only one. Even the fittings look bland and uninteresting. At least if they are going for a true simple fitting design, make them flow seamlessly into each other so they look as one, without a thin gap inbetween each.
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It really does doesnt it? Glad im not the only one. Even the fittings look bland and uninteresting. At least if they are going for a true simple fitting design, make them flow seamlessly into each other so they look as one, without a thin gap inbetween each.
Aye, I believe there is a line between minimalistic and bland, and Corsair are definitely in the bland territory for their fittings. Everything else just screams 'cheaply made'
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Aye, I believe there is a line between minimalistic and bland, and Corsair are definitely in the bland territory for their fittings. Everything else just screams 'cheaply made'
Watched a video of one of their kits and the knurling was so sharp it ripped off the reviewer's skin.

I've dealt with fittings like that. They were £1 each.
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Yup, no surprise there, Corsair sells cheap crap and markets themselves as 'premium', lulz. Pure junk, would not touch a single piece of it. If my Mom bought me this crap as a gift, I'd chew her out and return it, LOL.
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