Corsair's newest products can give your PC a touch of class

New AIO coolers, keyboards, and more on on the way from Corsair, each capable of setting off your new gaming PC.

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Last week in Las Vegas, the tech world gathered for a celebration of the newest products in appliances, entertainment, and computing in the form of CES. PC hardware giant Corsair was in attendance and ready to show off its newest gear for PC gamers. The Shacknews street team was on hand to get the first look at some of the new coolers, keyboards, and more from Corsair.

Last year, Corsair introduced their iCUE software suite and product ecosystem. iCUE allows various parts to interact or be synchronized with each other, including LED strips, fans, or even stick of RAM. The company had several new iCUE-compatible offerings that we were able to get up close with.

The H100i Platinum RGB SE liquid cooling system offers the same great Corsair AIO performance that owners have come to depend on over the years and packages it with a special edition white color scheme. The Asetek-produced H100i sports a 240mm radiator, flexible tubing, and pump housing adorned in white. The included fans also have special white housing and the entire system works with iCUE.

The K70 keyboard is one of the most popular mechanical gaming keyboards on the market. Corsair’s new K70 MKII SE offers the same great board in a white paint job with white keycaps. Like the RGB AIO coolers, this new K70 model also works with iCUE.

If this wasn’t enough, Corsair’s new Dominator Platinum RGB memory kits can take your RGB-enabled build to the next level. WHen paired with iCUE, the DIMMs’ addressable RGB LEDs can be configured with iCUE to match whatever look you are aiming for, while still offering the rock-solid stability Corsair memory is known for.

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Contributing Tech Editor

Chris Jarrard likes playing games, crankin' tunes, and looking for fights on obscure online message boards. He understands that breakfast food is the only true food. Don't @ him.

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