Today, Corsair announced they are launching a new wireless gaming mouse in the Dark Core RGB Pro and RGB Pro SE (adds Qi wireless charging). The new mouse is an updated version of the existing Dark Core RGB keeping the same shape, but has new features. The mouse can connect via Wi-Fi (sub-1ms), Bluetooth, or USB wired. The optical sensor was upgraded to a custom PixArt PAW2282 sensor and a native 18,000 DPI.
When it comes to modern NVMe drives, heat actually becomes a real concern. Often times M.2 drives are buried under hot graphics cards, which tends to exacerbate the heat problem. To combat this growing concern for NVMe temperatures, and to stop the drives from thermal throttling, companies like Team Group are taking things to the next level. Their latest NVMe SSD release, the T-Force Cardea Liquid, features a liquid cooled heat sink. How can such a small device be liquid cooled? Follow along as we investigate this new drive and run it through a gambit of benchmark tests.