RECALL

June 7th, 2011

Corsair Issues Force 3 SSD Recall

Because of stability issues surrounding the recently released 120GB Force Series 3 SSD drives, Corsair has issued a recall. Consumers should visit http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=95825 for more information on how to return their drives. Corsair says that there is no single issue at fault, but they are confident that they have resolved the issue. From Corsair: Over [...]

August 14th, 2009

Lenovo Recalls Batteries in Thinkpad Notebooks

For those using Thinkpad notebooks, take note, Lenovo is currently recalling and offering replacements for batteries of the following models that report “Irreparable damage” or “Battery cannot be charged” messages. Apperently the number of units experiencing this problem is far higher than normal, but has not been known to cause damage to the notebooks aside [...]

July 10th, 2009

OCZ Joins the Club, Ceasing Production of Elpida Hyper IC Ram

After Corsair’s recent announcement and recall of their Dominator GT lineup using Elpida Hyper IC’s (which have been experiencing a higher than normal failure rate) OCZ is the second company to officially announce their customer service commitment Unfortunately, much like Corsair’s, the statement is buried on the manufacturer’s forums, so unless you follow tech news [...]

July 8th, 2009

Corsair Pulls Dominator GT Memory Due to Concerns Over Failing Elpida Hyper ICs

While it isn’t yet classified as a full blown epidemic, Corsair is stepping up to the plate and taking responsibility for their products, as a growing number of reports indicate that Eplida Hyper’s IC’s, used on some of the high end Dominator GT memory is having far higher than normal failure rates. Corsair is not [...]