Corsair releases higher-end versions of their One Pro systems

Corsair releases higher-end versions of their One Pro systems

Corsair releases higher-end versions of their One Pro systems

Corsair has officially updated their One Pro series of pre-built systems, bringing the compact system to Intel’s Z370 platform with an i7 8700K series CPU and up to 32GB of 2666MHz system memory. 

Alongside this upgrade is a change to a 500W SFX CPU, which retains the same 80 Gold rating of other Corsair One Pro series systems while also delivering a 480GB NVMe SSD and 2TB of HDD system storage. This system will also ship with an AIO cooled GTX 1080 Ti and either 16GB or 32GB of system memory.  

Corsair’s One System uses standard 2.5-inch drive bays and standard desktop DDR4 memory DIMMs, allowing owners to upgrade these components later easily. While the Corsair One does appear to use an MSI ITX Z370 motherboard, it is unknown if this motherboard is directly replaceable. Corsair has created a guide for users who want to replace the DRAM and HDD/SSD inside their chassis, which is available to view here. 
 

 

Below are the specifications of Corsair’s new One PC models, which are currently priced at £2799 and £2999 respectively for the 16GB and 32GB variants respectively. This represents a £100 price increase over Corsair’s equivalent i7 7700K based models with the same amount of 2400MHz DDR4 memory. 

Corsair’s 7th Generation One series systems will remain available for purchase while stocks last, offering both i7 7700K and i7 7700 variants. 

Corsair releases higher-end versions of their One Pro systems

 

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