Corsair One: introduced series of proprietary computer systems

Corsair One: introduced series of proprietary computer systems

Corsair continues to conquer the computer systems market. Following the barebone series Bulldog, the American manufacturer is ready to offer its customers ready systems under the marketing name Corsair One.

The novelties are built on the basis of an original computer case with a 140 mm fan of the ML series of blown type installed on top. As is known, the PC uses the Core i7-7700K processor of the new generation Kaby Lake, which is cooled by a water cooling system.

Corsair One: introduced series of proprietary computer systems

Corsair One: Features

As for the graphic subsystem, depending on the version of Corsair One chosen, an adapter GTX 1070, GTX 1080 or even GTX 1080 Ti, with water or air CO, can be used.

Naturally, the components that Corsair produces itself, she included in its novelty. This pumps the SFX SF500 and SF400 power supplies, Force LE SSDs and Vengeance LPX DDR4 RAM.

Corsair One: introduced series of proprietary computer systems

It is worth noting that Corsair One does not spoil users in terms of highlighting. So, on the black case in front you can see two luminous blue vertical lines on the sides. At the same time, the manufacturer has provided for the possibility of switching them off.

Currently, the developer offers four versions of the Corsair One, including the standard One and the expanded One Pro. There is GTX 1070 card with air cooler and 240 GB SDD / 1 TB HDD, in the second there is GTX 1080 adapter with SVO and aset of 480 GB SDD/2 TB HDD. Exclusive versions of system equipped with a solid state disk of 960 GB and GTX 1080 Ti graphics card.

Source: corsair

Corsair One: introduced series of proprietary computer systems was last modified: March 27th, 2017 by Casey Rembrandt