PC manufacturer Corsair has announced an upgrade to their lineup of Corsair One PCs, which is a series of compact gaming PCs. The company announced this yesterday, and there are 3 new computers that sport latest and fastest configuration. These models are the Corsair One i200 Limited Edition (with a Meteor Gray chassis), the Corsair One a200 and the Corsair One Pro a200.
These PCs are some of the best and most famous compact gaming PCs. Since building in a rather small form factor is a big challenge, it is better to opt for a pre-built machine with all the top end features. Corsair does a good job of managing thermals and performance on these computers. Here’s what you need to know about the newly launched line of Corsair One PCs.
Corsair One a200 and Pro a200
These are the two new regular upgrades to the existing One PCs, the Corsair One a200 Now, you can get the Corsair One with new internal components such as an AMD R9 or an Intel Core i9 CPU, and up to an RTX 3080Ti graphics card. Corsair has also announced that the computers can be fitted with up to 64GB of memory. Most PCs don’t require such large memory sizes, but having more is opting for a better, more long lasting system.
To ensure that you can store all your games and load them up quickly, you get up to 2TB of M.2 NVMe SSD space, which is fast and highly reliable. Previous generations were fitted with slower and less capacity SSDs, meaning this is a significant upgrade over the last generation hardware and technology.
A key point to note is that rather than opting for age old cooling methods, Corsair has gone with liquid metal to cool off the graphics card, which results in better performance.
Corsair One i200 Limited Edition
This Corsair One i200 PC features most of the same specifications, but the difference is that this one is a limited edition model which comes in a stylish Meteor Grey finish. The main draw of the Corsair One PCs is that they are very compact, especially when compared to other PCs which sport similar configurations. These PCs are only slightly bigger than consoles, so you can get an idea of the power and the size ratio.
These PCs let you game on ultra high frame rates, which enhances your gaming experience, and can also power all your productive workflows as well.