Corsair release their One series compact gaming PC

Corsair release their One series compact gaming PC

Corsair release their One series compact gaming PC

Corsair release their One series compact gaming PC

 
Corsair has now released their compact One series of gaming PCs, with water cooled components to offer premium performance and silent operation. 
 
This compact system will come with Kaby-Lake CPUs and Pascal GPUs, offering some premium performance in a tiny form factor without limiting cooling potential. This system will come with an MSI Z270 motherboard with either an i7 7700 or an i7 7700K, with either an air-cooled GTX 1070 or a liquid cooled GTX 1080. 
 
Both Corsair's One and One Pro models will come with 2400MHz DDR4 memory, with the system offering between 240GB and 960GB SATA SSDs, though the option to have additional HDD storage is available. 

  

Corsair release their One series compact gaming PC

 

This system will be cooled by a large 140mm ML-series fan at the top of the PC, taking in air through two large side panels, one of which has a large radiator fitted for CPU cooling while the other is either dedicated to open-air ventilation or a similar water cooling setup for a GPU. 

The one will also feature a custom version of Corsair's SF600 series PSU, offering a gold efficiency rating and semi-passive operation. 

  
Corsair release their One series compact gaming PC  

 

With a price of $1799 or over, this system will certainly break the bank of most standard PC builders, though, to say the least, this system does offer a lot of options for those that want high-end cooling and overclockable hardware inside such a small form factor. 

Corsair will be selling this new custom PC through their own online store and independent retailers, with Corsair offering a two-year warranty on their hardware. 

 

You can join the discussion on Corsair's One series desktop PC on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

23-03-2017, 14:27:36

Chrazey
No fans on either of the rads? Just a single 140 ML in the top as intake?...Quote

23-03-2017, 17:01:28

Greenback
Looking at the 1080 version you could put together the same-ish system for about £700 lessQuote

23-03-2017, 17:18:56

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Greenback View Post
Looking at the 1080 version you could put together the same-ish system for about £700 less
Not if you used the same components, You'd be looking at roughly 200 less but for that 200 it comes prebuilt in quite a stylish case with a warranty.Quote

23-03-2017, 17:32:05

Greenback
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Not if you used the same components, You'd be looking at roughly 200 less but for that 200 it comes prebuilt in quite a stylish case with a warranty.
A close match and £380 cheaper hereQuote

23-03-2017, 17:34:53

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Greenback View Post
A close match and £380 cheaper here
For the extra cash you are getting a stylish custom case, All the work done for you and if anything goes wrong with any part of it you can get it fixed.

This isn't for the DIY people like the majority of us in here.Quote
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