It would be a shorter list to state what one does *NOT* like about Corsair. I remember getting my first sticks of Corsair RAM - a bit apprehensive at the time since I was building a "SCREAMING" fast Duron 850 system (budget was tight at the time). I had been a user of "another brand" until that point - The Corsair RAM was at the right price, and my fellow [H]'ers... oh that 10 years ago, said "try it, you'll like it". So, I did.
Well, that little 850 MHz Duron ran rock solid at 1170 MHz with that Corsair PC100 (old skool!) for years... in fact, it's STILL running at 1170 MHz working as router at a friend's house. With the same RAM. Any other RAM, I was lucky to get CPU stable over 900 MHz.
To build a new system around the quality of Corsair? Sign me up!
I just put together a system (waiting for parts delivery in sig) using mostly Corsair components, including the Power Supply, H100 memory and the SSD. Could SURE USE A NEW SERVER for a LOYAL CUSTOMER (cough). Anyhow, the reason I stick with Corsair is I have never EVER EVER EVER had a bad part come from them. I lovess them....I LOOOOVES THEM!!! THEY IS MINE PRECIOUSSSSSES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Love the quality of their work. Using their Ram and PSU in my current machine. I have been very pleased and will reuse their hardware in further builds. Was also thinking of picking up one of their SSD's.
What I like about Corsair?
After countless system builds. After abuse that has cause motherboards to die, CPU's to cook. Not one single failure. Hell, I have 2 sticks of Corsair Value Select 1024MB PC3200 DDR 400MHz that came out of a system fried from a lighting strike that hit the house. They are still good. They were the only thing that survived out of that computer.
I love the fact that Corsair has branched out so much that you can build almost the entire computer out of nothing but Corsair parts. I await the day when they enter the motherboard and GPU business, because a Corsair motherboard and graphics card would be awesome.
I enjoy Corsair products because of how reliable they have been. Can't forget they also look good! I haven't bought anything in quite some time due to college but I look into PSU, memory, case, headsets, made by Corsair. Been looking at some SSD drives to replace my dying hdd sold by guess who. I do wonder how customer service is like since I've never had the need to call in
The quality Corsair puts into their products is amazing. I love the fiber weave of my PSU cables and the nice felt bag it came in. The case badge is even pretty sleek, and is by far the best of the badges on my tower. Top quality products and it's nice to see them expanding into more categories.