Corsair reveals the AirFlow Pro, a new monitoring device that mounts above the Corsair AirFlow fan. This product gives a dynamic display of memory activity and temperature for up to six DRAM modules. The AirFlow Pro is expected to be available later this summer.
Corsair, a worldwide designer and supplier of high-performance components to the PC gaming hardware market, today announced the Corsair AirFlow Pro parametric display for select models of Dominator memory. This display reads memory activity and voltage from modules enabled with DHX Pro technology, and presents the data on an outrageously cool LED display that mounts above the memory.
Enthusiast customers have always been interested in knowing what is going on with their memory, and in response Corsair has offered unique, pioneering products to provide this information for many years. In 2003, the Pro Series memory took the enthusiast community by storm, providing an LED meter display that showed how intensively the memory subsystem was being accessed. We took that idea a step further in 2005 with the XPERT series, which offered display of memory parameters both on the module and through a Windows application. Now, Corsair continues to innovate with the launch of the AirFlow Pro parametric display.
Corsair AirFlow Pro mounts above the Corsair AirFlow fan, and provides a dynamic display of memory activity and temperature for up to six modules. Corsair's signature LED peak meters are used to reflect memory activity by module and memory rank. In addition, LEDs in the center of the display adjust their color based on the measured temperature of the memory module.
"The AirFlow Pro takes memory activity and parametric display to an awesome new level," stated John Beekley, VP of Technical Marketing at Corsair. "The elegance of the AirFlow Pro implementation, combined with the fascinating display of activity and temperature, makes this device a must-have for any system with a windowed case."