The Corsair screwdriver kit has arrived at home!


At the end of August, the Corsair brand announced the arrival of a new accessory to accompany you in your assembly work. Yes, we’re talking about a screwdriver kit, a rather complete set featuring a large number of different bits: 65 in all. You know us, we couldn’t pass up such a useful accessory. A request was made, and here we are with a little unboxing!

Tournevis CorsairCorsair screwdriver kit presentation – PC DIY Precision Toolkit :

Upon receipt, we’re presented with a yellow box featuring the screwdriver kit. The box features yellow and black tones, as with the brand’s other products. On the back, we find the classic reminders of features and functions. Dimensions are indicated at the bottom of the box.

Tournevis Corsair boîte

Opening the box, we find a second one. This time, the color is black, and the box is made of plastic. The top features the brand’s usual triangular motif, with a Corsair logo in the center. It is held closed by a system of magnets in the four corners.


When opened, the screwdriver and bits are neatly arranged in their own foam compartments. There’s no reason to lose a bit or not know where to put it back. In fact, the shape and dimensions of each bit are molded into the foam underneath. In detail, we have :

  • U: 2.6 and 3.0
  • Hexagonal: 0.7 – 0.9 – 1.3 – 1.5 – 2 – 2.5 – 3 – 4 – 4.5 – 5 and 6
  • Torx: T3 – T4 – T5 and T6
  • Pozidrive: PZ1 – PZ2 – PZ3 and PZ4
  • Tri-Wing: Y0.8 – Y2.0 – Y2.5 and Y3.0
  • Pentalobe: 0.8 – 1.2 – 1.5 and 2
  • Robertson: SQ1 and SQ2
  • Triangle: 2.0 and 3.0
  • Drilling (a type of Torx with a hole in the center) : T6H – T7H – T8H – T9H- T10H – T15H and T20H
  • Standoff: SO 1,5
  • Sockets: M2.5 – M3.0 – M3.5 – M4.0 – M4.5 – M5.0 – M5.5 and G3.8 as well as G4.2
  • Philips: PH0000 – PH000 – PH00 – PH0 – PH1 and PH2
  • Flat heads: 1 – 1.3 – 1.5 – 2 – 2.5 – 3 – 3.5 and 4

The number of heads is truly substantial, and will enable you to dismantle all kinds of devices. In fact, when it comes to assembling our PCs, we should be able to cope with anything, thanks in particular to the Philips heads which go up to n°2. This is more than enough for screwing in a motherboard or power supply.

The magnetic shell:

Tournevis Corsair coque magnétiqueIn my opinion, one of the big advantages of this set is that it comes with a magnetic plate on the back of the shell. On this plate, we can place the screws loosely when dismantling, thus avoiding having to scatter them all over the place. What’s more, since the surface is magnetic, the screws won’t roll off and fall to the ground, risking a three-year search… We’ve all been there, haven’t we?

The screwdriver itself:

Tournevis CorsairAs for the screwdriver itself, we’re treated to an attractive piece of anodized aluminum. It measures 122.7 mm in length, making it easy to grip. In addition, the grip is enhanced by six knurled rings on the handle… Not to mention the grey rotating part, which fits snugly into the palm of the hand. Scrolling is extremely fluid, so much so that it feels like a handspinner.

Of course, as with a conventional screwdriver, the bit is inserted into the screwdriver and held in place by a magnet. What’s more, the bits are also magnetic, making them easy to handle. There’s nothing more unpleasant than losing a screw in a case when you’re going to screw in a motherboard, for example.

Speaking of screwing in a motherboard, sometimes the cooler is already in place. In this case, a 130.6 mm flexible extension cable is supplied. This accessory makes it easier to slip behind the heatsink.


This concludes our review of the Corsair screwdriver kit.

If you’re short of tools, this is probably the kit for you, as it comes with a large number of bits. They’re varied enough not to be confined to the PC world. In fact, I’ve already used it for my airsoft DIY projects, screwing on a PBS-4 silencer adapter… But that’s another story.

The kit is really complete, with numerous screw heads. In use, we can’t really see any drawbacks. In fact, as the whole thing is magnetic, the screws will hold tightly to the tip. The box cover, which is also magnetic, will prevent us from losing the screws, while the extension will enable us to slip into the most inaccessible places…

And that’s not counting the truly meticulous build quality. The bits are nickel-plated, while the screwdriver is made of aluminum with an extremely smooth rotating knob thanks to a quality bearing.

Price: €34.90 direct from Corsair. Just a shame it’s not yet available everywhere in the shops.

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