Corsair One Gets GTX 1080 Ti and NVMe SSD Upgrade
Peter Donnell / 4 years ago
Remember the ultra compact and incredibly powerful Corsair One from earlier this year? Well, it’s back, and it’s faster than ever! Corsair has upgraded the system with the latest Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card for blazing gaming performance. To give it another boost, it’s now also equipped with NVMe storage too!
“CORSAIR, a world leader in enthusiast memory, high-performance gaming hardware and PC components, today announced three powerful new configurations of its multi-award-winning CORSAIR ONE performance PC. Hailed by press as “the new benchmark for small-form-factor gaming systems*” and “a triumph in both performance and design,” CORSAIR ONE has redefined what gamers, content creators and power-users can expect from a small-form factor PC.” – Corsair
The One comes equipped with the Intel Core i7-7700K and 200 Series Motherboard. Obviously, there’s also the new GPU and M.2 storage. With all that hardware under the hood, you will be wondering how this system is so small! Not only does it pack all that hardware, but also two 240mm AIO water coolers. Everything is tuned to help it get the best performance possible. The sandblasted metal chassis keeps things looking sleek too. Surely making it one of the best looking SFF systems available today.
Introducing CORSAIR ONE PRO with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
“By popular demand, CORSAIR ONE PRO is now available with NVIDIA’s flagship GeForce GPU, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, boasting irresponsible levels of graphics performance. Liquid cooled using CORSAIR ONE’s unique dual-loop convection cooling. The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti in CORSAIR ONE boosts clock speeds to 100MHz faster than an equivalent air-cooled GPU. All while running at temperatures close to 30°C cooler. Fueling the GTX 1080 Ti is an upgraded 80 PLUS Gold certified 500W PSU, ensuring stable power and even quieter operation. Pushing the limits of 4K, VR and 3D performance, the CORSAIR ONE PRO now wields the power of the Ultimate GeForce GPU.” – Corsair