Wednesday, February 15th 2017

CORSAIR Launches the CORSAIR ONE ELITE

CORSAIR, a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced a new version of its award-winning CORSAIR ONE small form factor gaming PC, the CORSAIR ONE ELITE. Now featuring the latest 8th Generation Intel Core i7-8700K six-core CPU, the CORSAIR ONE ELITE boasts six liquid-cooled CPU cores, running at up to 4.2GHz, providing even more processing power to drive the latest games, streaming tools and demanding content creation applications, all at once.

Accompanying its new state-of-the-art CPU, the CORSAIR ONE ELITE boasts hardware to rival the most powerful desktop PCs, all still contained in a chassis that's just 12L in volume and which produces less than 20dBa of noise at idle. 32GB of CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX DDR4 2,666MHz memory offers plentiful capacity and performance for the most demanding games or content creation applications, while a liquid-cooled NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti delivers leading 3D graphics performance to push frame rates to the limit, even with maximum detail settings and at 4K resolution.
Completing the CORSAIR ONE ELITE's top-end specification is a high-speed 480GB m.2 NVMe SSD, a 2TB hard disk drive for volume storage and industry-leading power and cooling courtesy of a CORSAIR SF500 PSU and magnetic-levitation bearing CORSAIR ML140 cooling fan. Powerful, quiet and compact, CORSAIR ONE ELITE is ready to Stream:Game:Create.

Available alongside the CORSAIR ONE ELITE is the new K63 Wireless Special Edition mechanical gaming keyboard. Backlit in CORSAIR ONE Ice Blue, the K63 Wireless Special Edition matches your CORSAIR ONE for a clean iconic setup. Using 100% CHERRY keyswitches and able to connect using ultra-fast 1ms 2.4GHz gaming-optimized wireless technology, Bluetooth Wireless or a USB connection, the K63 WIRELESS Special Edition tenkeyless design ensures it's a comfortable fit on any desktop and the ideal accompaniment to CORSAIR ONE ELITE.

Also launching today is the CORSAIR ONE PRO PLUS. Boasting the same combination of 8th Generation Intel Core i7-8700K CPU and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics, the CORSAIR ONE PRO PLUS includes 16GB of DDR4-2,400MHz memory. Fitted with the same 480GB NVMe SSD, 2TB hard disk drive and patented assisted convection cooling, the CORSAIR ONE PRO PLUS gives gamers all the power to master today's latest titles, from a PC that's as small and quiet as it is powerful.

Availability, Warranty and Pricing
The full CORSAIR ONE range is available immediately from the CORSAIR worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors as well as direct from the www.corsair.com webstore.

All CORSAIR ONE systems are backed by a comprehensive two-year warranty and the CORSAIR worldwide customer support network, which includes dedicated technical support, 24 Hour Phone support and an included suite of self-diagnostic tools.
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9 Comments on CORSAIR Launches the CORSAIR ONE ELITE

#1
RejZoR
Pretty damn impressive hardware in such small form factor. Makes me want to go with tiny builds again even though the current midiATX is far more comfy to work with.
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#3
Fx
These are pretty slick except for the price which immediately shoots down any contemplation of a purchase.
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newtekie1
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Fx said:
These are pretty slick except for the price which immediately shoots down any contemplation of a purchase.
These are the prices people pay for lots of power in a super compact form factor.

Mats said:
"..a chassis that's just 12L in volume.."

Dimensions: 200mm x 176mm x 380mm --> Volume: 13,376 l

Close enough? :slap:
Yeah, but it also isn't a perfect cube. I'd say the reality is somewhere between 12L and 13L.
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Mats
newtekie1 said:
Yeah, but it also isn't a perfect cube. I'd say the reality is somewhere between 12L and 13L.
True, but since when does one measure like that? I thought X x Y x Z still was the way to go.. :confused:
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newtekie1
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Mats said:
True, but since when does one measure like that?
Since anyone has wanted an accurate volume measurement.

Mats said:
I thought X x Y x Z still was the way to go.. :confused:
Only when you have a perfectly square object.
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#8
silapakorn
The 5400rpm HDD is a bit underwhelming for the price/the rest of the spec.
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newtekie1
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silapakorn said:
The 5400rpm HDD is a bit underwhelming for the price/the rest of the spec.
Yeah, but it is just a storage drive, so it won't hurt that much. Plus, for this form factor, I guarantee it is a 2.5" drive. It is pretty near impossible to find a 2.5" 7mm or even 9.5mm 7200RPM 2TB HDD, the few that do exist are stupid expensive.

This is one of those situations where I'd definitely dedicate 60GB of the primary SSD to be used as a cache for the HDD. It will greatly improve performance of the commonly used things on that drive(like your common games). And with a 480GB system drive, you can definitely spare the 60GB of space.
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