Corsair – the company is best known for PC hardware components and accessories, but it is now also getting into the business of selling fully built computers. The company has recently announced its first gaming PC, the Corsair One, which it said, “brings together decades of Corsair memory, cooling, power supply, and chassis engineering with the latest in cutting edge PC hardware to create a PC unlike anything else available.”
First announced in February, and now the new Corsair One gaming PC is now shipping and available to pre-order starting at $1,800. Selling and supporting an entire system is a new venture for the company, but the design and capabilities of the Corsair One gaming PC are good fit for the company’s product lineup.
The Corsair One gaming PC comes with Intel Core i7-7799 CXPU nestled into an MSI Z270 mini-ITX motherboard, 16GB of Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4-2400 RAM, GeForce GTX 1070 graphic card, Corsair Force LE 240GB SSD plus 1TB HDD, Corsair SF400 80 Plus Gold SFX power supply, liquid cooling system, and Window 10 Home.
The cooling system is provided by a single ML 140 exhaust fan at the top and intake is through the side panels. The right side is occupied by the radiator for the CPU’s closed-loop water cooler. And the left side vent opens directly onto the air-cooled graphics card.
And the other PC, which also come with, is Corsair One Pro, it retail at $2,200 and is upgraded with a Core i7-7700K CPU, GeForce GTX 1080 graphic processor, and a 480GB SSD.
There are two Corsair One Pro models available that are exclusive to the Corsair web store. The first one priced at $2,300 and kicks things up a notch with a 960GB SSD, while the other one priced at $2,600 and configuration updates are the graphics card to a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti and the PSU to an SF500.