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@CorsairGeorge: you should also try to take care of the SFF crowd (small form factor), as not everything needs to be a tri-SLI watercooled system biggrin.gif

PS: I know you won't talk about future products nor ideas, it was just a thought wink.gif
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@CorsairGeorge: you should also try to take care of the SFF crowd (small form factor), as not everything needs to be a tri-SLI watercooled system biggrin.gif

I have been saying this non stop but I get nothing back.
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So how do we read into this...
Corsair could jump on the Korean 1440 craze. Order the panels, some small tweaks and rebadge.

Although this is just my opinion, I think it would be counterproductive to Corsair in the long run. They have positioned themselves in the market as a premium brand, and selling B rated panels in tacky enclosures with only rudimentary features would completely undo the work they've put in to get there. It would take a lot more than some "small tweaks" to bring the Korean monitors up to premium status.
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GPUs would be easy for them to do as 95% are just reference designs that have a new sticker put on them. Motherboards on the hand are a ton of work of which Corsair has no experience.
Just the mention of enthusiast monitors though no matter how unlikely - that gets me all tingly.

Yeah but what would the benefit to GPUs be? I think the only people making real money on GPU sales are NVIDIA and AMD, and even they're focusing more on mobile solutions now (smartphone, etc).

We have some experience with basic PCB design in-house, the memory and SSD PCBs are frequently custom. But that's only a small element compared to a GPU design, and a motherboard design would require a ton of firmware/BIOS work to do correctly, which I don't think we're willing to staff up, honestly.

Just my views, other people here might have different opinions.

The monitor thing is interesting to me because there are LOTS of paths forward if we wanted to do it, and people are using monitors for more than just PC stuff. You can display tablet or smartphone content, plug in an Xbox/PS3, whatever.

But who knows if anybody's actually buying premium monitors at all. Most people seem to be fine with 1920x1080 24" and 27" TN panels. Ugh.
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Because in general (well at least here) IPS 27" with 2560x1440 costs twice or more than 2x the cost of 27' IPS/TN 1920x1080 , difference in price is pretty huge for average consumer.

Just an example:

LG Electronics E2711T-BN, 27" - 358.34$ (IPS 1920x1080)
vs cheapest one 27 with 2560x1440 (IPS)
Dell UltraSharp U2713HM, 27" - 658.17$
Edited by jellybeans69 - 11/16/12 at 1:31pm
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Because in general (well at least here) IPS 27" with 2560x1440 costs twice or more than 2x the cost of 27' IPS/TN 1920x1080 , difference in price is pretty huge for average consumer.
Just an example:
LG Electronics E2711T-BN, 27" - 358.34$ (IPS 1920x1080)
vs cheapest one 27 with 2560x1440 (IPS)
Dell UltraSharp U2713HM, 27" - 658.17$

Korean 27" panel range for $320-$450 , I know is probably dipping into all the OEM monitor manufacturers sales, seeing how alot of the average costumers are going this route...
but the business/work class will still stick to hp/dell/apple monitors do to cooperate accounts..

the Dell U2713HM goes for $799.99 here in canada but is on special right now for $699.99, i paid $420 to my door for my crossover 27q, which is a steal, mine has no dead pixels or backlight bleed, and has no anti-glare coating, and is a sexy looking casing (which makes it a perfect buy if you get a perfect one).. if corsair could make a quality 1440p ips panel with a price range around $500-$600 to bring some price competition, i think they would sell like hot cakes... but knowing how usually corsairs products are price at a well earned price premium, they wud be probably be closer to what the other OEMS sell theres for
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If you all are talking displays I would like to see 5.25 drive bay touch screen displays. Think Corsair Link integration. Basically a way to monitor and adjust all the aspects of the Link enabled components via a dual slot 5.25 display. So many of the options out right now are cheap and very limited in their functionality.

I realize this is all possible within the OS currently but that is something that cannot be used while gaming or other full screen tasks.

Theres really a ton of options for such a product.
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Korean 27" panel range for $320-$450 , I know is probably dipping into all the OEM monitor manufacturers sales, seeing how alot of the average costumers are going this route...
but the business/work class will still stick to hp/dell/apple monitors do to cooperate accounts..
the Dell U2713HM goes for $799.99 here in canada but is on special right now for $699.99, i paid $420 to my door for my crossover 27q, which is a steal, mine has no dead pixels or backlight bleed, and has no anti-glare coating (which makes it a perfect buy if you get a perfect one).. if corsair could make a quality 1440p ips panel with a price range around $500-$600 to bring some price competition, i think they would sell like hot cakes... but knowing how usually corsairs products are price at a well earned price premium, they wud be probably be closer to what the other OEMS sell theres for

I would definately grab two at that price range if they'd be available localy here, as shipping costs for two lcd screens would probably make em close to those 650$ that dell 27' one is available here.
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I really can't wait for the corsair 900D, If it comes out before end of year, I would definitely buy it, I really just can't wait ahah so EXCITING!!!!
post #490 of 5806
double post woops!

on, a second note, I think corsair monitors would be great, but its a difficult avenue to pursue!
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