Corsair today announced three new configurations of its award-winning CORSAIR ONE performance small-form-factor gaming PC. Setting a benchmark for small-form-factor gaming systems once again, the CORSAIR ONE now comes with NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, the most powerful GeForce GPU for gaming.
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti inside the CORSAIR ONE PRO is liquid cooled using the company’s unique dual-loop convection cooling technology, allowing the GTX 1080 Ti in the CORSAIR ONE to achieve 100 MHz higher boost clock than an equivalent air-cooled GPU, while running at temperatures up to 30 °C lower. Since the power requirement of the GTX 1080 Ti is higher, Corsair has upgraded the PSU to an 80 PLUS Gold certified 500W PSU.
In terms of storage, all the three new configurations of the CORSAIR ONE PRO now include 480GB of M.2 NVMe SSD storage, boasting significantly higher read and write speeds compared to traditional SATA SSDs. In real-world usage, the M.2 NVMe SSD will allow for slightly faster game load times and significantly faster file transfer speeds in some cases. For your storage needs, Corsair has included a traditional 2TB HDD as well. System performance is further enhanced with the use of VENGEANCE LPX DDR4 memory. The top-end configuration now includes 32GB of 2400MHz Vengeance LPX DDR4 memory, up from the previous 16GB. Corsair has also announced that end-users will be able to upgrade both storage and memory without impacting the warranty.
All three configurations feature a liquid-cooled Intel Core i7-7700K processor and a high-end Z270 motherboard. Together with all the new upgrades that have been introduced, the CORSAIR ONE PRO offers extreme performance for the most advanced games and demanding workloads.
The new CORSAIR ONE PRO models start at $2,299.99 (Rs.1,46,000 approx) for the base configuration and go up to $2,899.99 (Rs.1,84,000 approx) for the top-end configuration with a liquid cooled NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti GPU and 32GB 2,400 MHz DDR4 memory.
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