Corsair Launches MP600 MINI and MP600 CORE XT NVMe SSDs

Corsair has just announced the launch of its latest addition to the highly successful MP600 Series NVMe SSDs, the MP600 MINI and MP600 CORE XT. The MP600 MINI measures a mere 30 mm long making it compatible with small handheld gaming devices like the Valve Steam Deck. With 1 TB of storage capacity and PCIe Gen4 speeds this is no lightweight SSD either. The second SSD Corsair announced is the MP600 CORE XT. This 80 mm long M.2 drive features capacities of 1, 2, and 4 TBs with PCIe Gen 4×4 performance. 

The Corsair MP600 MINI is listed for $110 at Corsair’s website while the MP600 CORE XT starts at just $60 for the 1 TB model. Below is Corsair’s official press release with links for additional information.


Phanteks Releases ASUS STRIX/TUF 4080 GPU Water Block

Phanteks just released its new ASUS G4080 GPU water block. Designed specifically for the ASUS STRIX and TUF RTX 4080 graphics cards and features a full copper cooling plate and clear acrylic for impressive cooling and gorgeous aesthetics. Three models are offered in satin black, matte white, and chrome. Prices start at $249.99 and are available on the Phanteks website. Below is the official press release.

FSP Hydro G Pro 1000W

FSP Hydro G Pro ATX 3.0 1000W Power Supply Overview

Today we look at the FSP Hydro G Pro ATX 3.0 1000-Watt power supply. The Hydro G Pro has been out for many years, but with Intel’s new ATX 3.0 standard FPS has decided to update one of its most popular products. Additionally, graphics cards have become increasingly demanding, drawing up to 200% of their rated thermal design power (TDP) for short bursts. To provide this extra power, a new 12+4 pin connector (12VHPWR) has been incorporated to ensure older, less capable power supplies aren’t used with the heavy draw GPUs. This overview will highlight everything about the updated Hydro G Pro ATX 3.0 features.


MSI GeForce RTX 4070 Gaming X Trio 12G Review: Affordable Ada Lovelace?

After October and Nvidia’s RTX 4090 release, users were met with the scary reality of high-priced graphics cards. Now this trend has been happening for generations now, but it’s still a tough pill to swallow. Today marks the release of Nvidia’s RTX 4070, which aims to offer top-notch performance at a less scary price. Starting at $599, many will still consider this card overpriced, but it’s more affordable than the RTX 4070 Ti we recently reviewed and doesn’t lose a lot of performance against it.