Corsair Redefines Concentrated Power with Corsair ONE PRO

Tiny, but mighty compact PC feature Intel Core i9; NVIDIA RTX 2080TI

With the first day of CES 2019 coming to a close, we have already seen our fair share of impressive technology. However, not many products can match the elegance mixed with raw power of the Corsair ONE PRO i180 Compact Workstation PC. 

Check out Corsair’s video here:

Boasting an Intel Core i9-9920X, 4x8GB sticks of DDR4-2666 Vengeance RAM, 960GB NVMe SSD, and NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 2080TI juggernaut GPU, the ONE PRO is no slouch of a small form factor PC. With a footprint slightly larger than a home console, this PC is equipped with a custom liquid cooling and what looks to be a vertically positioned network of fans, keeping all of those powerful components cool. 

While the Corsair ONE is not new, per say, the PRO i180 is a supercharged refresh of their ONE line of compact PCs. It also comes with the supercharged price tag of $4,999.99 USD. If you are looking to shave a little bit off of the cost, Corsair has refreshed the line with two gaming-grade versions with the ONE i140 using a Core i7-9700K and RTX 2080 as well as the ONE i160 equipped with a Core i9-9900K and RTX 2080TI. These machines are $2999.99 and $3599.99 respectively, and all Corsair ONE system includes a two-year warrantee. While we do not have a release date for the Corsair ONE PRO i180, our best speculation is that it will be available early 2019.

If you are looking to make up desktop space without sacrificing the tools needed to create and experience content, Corsair may just have the ONE for you.

What do you think of Corsair’s compact PC. Let us know what you think in the comments below. 

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Born in the heyday of mullets and the El Camino to a tech-foward family, Damien (a.k.a. Dame, PastorDame) quickly embraced the reality that “normal” is just a setting on a dryer. Damien is a pastor by trade and loves talking with anyone who is interested about life, God, and video games (in no particular order) - so, much so, that he and fellow MMORPG/GameSpace writer Matt Keith (Nexfury) create a podcast dedicated to that conversation. At the end of the day, Damien is a guy who loves his wife, his Mini Schnoodle, and crafting gourmet bowls of Mac N’ Cheese.

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