Tuesday, August 17th 2021

CORSAIR Launches New CORSAIR ONE Gaming PCs with GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Graphics

CORSAIR, a world leader in high-performance gear and systems for gamers, content creators, and PC enthusiasts, today announced updated configurations of its award-winning line of compact gaming PCs: the CORSAIR ONE i200 Limited Edition with an exclusive Meteor Gray chassis, CORSAIR ONE a200, and CORSAIR ONE PRO a200. All systems are now available with the option of an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti graphics card, featuring advanced raytracing for jaw-dropping 4K gaming performance. Completed with the latest Intel or AMD processors and an array of high-performance CORSAIR components, every CORSAIR ONE delivers outstanding performance in a small, unique form-factor, now with even more power.

The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti is the most powerful graphics card ever put in a CORSAIR ONE to date. Driven by NVIDIA Ampere architecture, the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti boasts advanced DLSS performance and accelerated raytracing, allowing players to easily run demanding titles like Cyberpunk 2077 and Doom: Eternal at the highest frame rates, resolutions, and 4K detail. 10,240 CUDA cores and 12 GB of ultra-fast GDDR6X memory enable the phenomenal performance that content creators need to power through popular creative applications such as Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, and Blender. For the silkiest-smooth image quality at the maximum settings, CORSAIR ONE compact PCs equipped with a GeForce RTX 3080 Ti are premier choices for both gamers and creators.
The CORSAIR ONE's distinct form-factor sets it apart from any other system. Measuring 200 mm by 172.5 mm by 380 mm, and just 12L in volume, the CORSAIR ONE fits the performance of today's most advanced gaming PCs in just an 8" x 7" footprint. The CORSAIR ONE's patented convection-assisted liquid cooling system ensures that despite its size, the high-end hardware inside runs at peak performance, with dedicated liquid cooling for both the CPU and graphics card while heat is efficiently exhausted from the top. The CORSAIR ONE i200 Limited Edition, CORSAIR ONE a200, and CORSAIR ONE PRO a200 are completed by a host of high-quality CORSAIR parts, with up to 64 GB of VENGEANCE LPX DDR4 memory, an SF750 80 PLUS Platinum SFX power supply, and a 2 TB PCIe 4.0 M.2 NVMe SSD in select models.

With the powerful new option of an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, alongside the best desktop processors from either Intel or AMD, the CORSAIR ONE i200 Limited Edition, CORSAIR ONE a200, and CORSAIR ONE PRO a200 continue to defy expectations when it comes to cutting-edge gaming and streaming performance in a small package.

Availability
The CORSAIR ONE i200 Limited Edition, CORSAIR ONE a200, and CORSAIR ONE PRO a200 are available immediately from the CORSAIR webstore in North America, UK, and select regions in Europe
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6 Comments on CORSAIR Launches New CORSAIR ONE Gaming PCs with GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Graphics

#1
bonehead123
Nice looking unit with decent specs and a not too outlandish appearance (lighting), but no mention of the mobo maker/model/features, test results, and of course, NO prices as usual.....:(
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#2
mstenholm
bonehead123Nice looking unit with decent specs and a not too outlandish appearance (lighting), but no mention of the mobo maker/model/features, test results, and of course, NO prices as usual.....:(
They refer to their homepage for price and voila there it is - $3,650
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#3
bonehead123
mstenholmThey refer to their homepage for price and voila there it is - $3,650
well, apparently this includes the scapler-priced gpu :D

sooo....
not........
happening :(
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#4
DeathtoGnomes
80% of this PR is about the 3080Ti, the rest is model versions. Where the F is the part that tells us what else in it? I mean its a PR, I sure wouldnt want an intel duo-coore or a ryzen 1170.... I'm not clicking a link if this PR cant tell me anything relavent about the WHOLE system.
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#5
Yrd
It's a cool looking case. Similar to the Phanteks. Non standard GPU, so if you wanted to upgrade, I think you're out of luck. No fans attached to the radiators. A single fan sucking all the air up.
It's not a horrible price, honestly. If you can deal with the fact that the case is limiting upgradeability.

CPU=$800
MB=$100
RAM=$250
GPU=$1400
NVME=$250
2xAIO=$120
PSU=$150
Case=$100
OS=$100

Total=$3270
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#6
DTheSleepless
bonehead123well, apparently this includes the scapler-priced gpu :D

sooo....
not........
happening :(
So you do know the cost the AiB partners are giving to SIs and retail is way, way above MSRP right? If you think the AiB partners aren't price gouging literally everyone, I have a bridge to sell you.
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