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    Corsair One and One Pro gaming PCs updated

    Corsair One Pro i182 the new range topper with Core i9-9920X CPU and RTX 2080 Ti GPU.
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    Re: Corsair One and One Pro gaming PCs updated

    It boggles the mind why when building a system like this they would use 2666Mhz RAM and have a spinning disk in it!

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    Re: Corsair One and One Pro gaming PCs updated

    Also, why would I want to buy a "workstation class" Corsair One Pro i182, when it contains no workstation-class components. Although it has a workstation-class price...

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    Re: Corsair One and One Pro gaming PCs updated

    Quote Originally Posted by SciFi View Post
    It boggles the mind why when building a system like this they would use 2666Mhz RAM and have a spinning disk in it!
    Even at this price level, cost cutting rears it's ugly head.

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    Re: Corsair One and One Pro gaming PCs updated

    usually also the WiFi is crappy on most mobos

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    Re: Corsair One and One Pro gaming PCs updated

    I could build an Epyc or a TR workstation/server for those prices.

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    Re: Corsair One and One Pro gaming PCs updated

    Quote Originally Posted by Friesiansam View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by SciFi View Post
    It boggles the mind why when building a system like this they would use 2666Mhz RAM and have a spinning disk in it!
    Even at this price level, cost cutting rears it's ugly head.
    And yet they still use Intel. System builders are really slow to pick up on Ryzen, it's a shame. Why would anyone want a power hungry, hot, loud, and fewer cores part for more money ?

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