Rain Computers Announces Corsair as Exclusive Provider of Memory

Jun 8, 2012 6:17 PM

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Rain Computers in Ringwood, N.J., , designer of high-performance audio, video and graphics workstations, announced an exclusive partnership with Corsair, which will provide memory, power supplies and high-performance solid-state drives (SSD). Corsair, located in Fremont, Calif., manufactures a range of products, such as Random Access Memory (RAM) and laser gaming mice.

Rain states that in its quest to bring increasingly higher levels of performance and reliability to clients including Conan O’Brien, the U.S. Olympic Committee, Public Enemy and Cirque du Soleil, it conducts independent testing to determine the perfect components for each of its workstations. This process led Rain’s team of engineers to Corsair.

According to Rain, better memory performance will help with resource-hungry audio and video applications like Adobe CS6, 3ds Max by AutoDesk, and Pro Tools from Avid. The new power supplies will reduce excess noise in Rain’s already quiet computers while adding more efficiency for less wasted electricity. And for Rain users in need of higher than average data throughput, Corsair solid-state drives will provide the high-speed data transfer vital to big multimedia projects like feature films, orchestral scores and computer aided design (CAD).

Go to raincomputers.com/certified/corsair for more information.






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