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post #11 of 28
Source points to a Samsung 32GB ram article?
 
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post #12 of 28
Here ETA is september. hope additional nodes will be available immediately.
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post #13 of 28
The additional cooling/lighting nodes will be available at launch. We're in beta test and compatibility testing now - code is hard locked for new features and the hardware is baked.

We got some diffusers over the LED lights for a nice, soft glow so they look less like Christmas Tree lights and more TRON-like, but they're easily removed if you prefer the higher brightness.

Lots of stuff in the works, trying to make sure it's done right. Once it's complete, it really is the best way to customize your cooling performance I've ever seen, no joke.
post #14 of 28
No offense, but that seems like a major ripoff. And I am a Corsair fan--all of my PSUs are Corsair except one XFX unit smile.gif.

As the one member above me put it, it looks like a glorified fan controller.
post #15 of 28
Reminds me of Alienware's Software Non the less pretty damn cool.
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post #16 of 28
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Originally Posted by Spicy61;14608019 
No offense, but that seems like a major ripoff. And I am a Corsair fan--all of my PSUs are Corsair except one XFX unit smile.gif.

As the one member above me put it, it looks like a glorified fan controller.

I think when you use it, you might change your mind. It really does a lot more than control fans. It can monitor power usage from your PSU, memory activity and temps, any temp in the system, and you can tie any fan you plug into it to any temperature in the system.

So if you want your front intake fans to spin up faster when your GPU gets hot, you can set that up. If you want your rear exhaust fan to spin up faster when your CPU temp gets hotter, you can set that up.

The flexibility is pretty unlimited - and automated. That's just the fan controller.

We have some other tricks up our sleeve, too.
post #17 of 28
The product and idea is neat but the price is just ridiculous. Drop the price somewhat before launch. The ability to change the RPM of Corsair products cost more than the Corsair products themselves.
post #18 of 28
Link teh broken?
    
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post #19 of 28
This is right up my alley... definitely getting it
    
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post #20 of 28
Will this replace things like Speedfan?
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