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    Corsair One i160

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    Re: Corsair One i160

    Y'know what'd be cool.... compare this to a "high end but affordable" self build rig. Something with a relatively affordable GPU, a decent Ryzen CPU and so on. £1500 budget would surely get a really good PC with AIO liquid cooling and so on. I know "affordable" is subjective and relative but Y'know what I mean. If I was building a decent, high spec PC, I doubt I'd spend more than £1500.

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    Re: Corsair One i160

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    Y'know what'd be cool.... compare this to a "high end but affordable" self build rig. Something with a relatively affordable GPU, a decent Ryzen CPU and so on. £1500 budget would surely get a really good PC with AIO liquid cooling and so on. I know "affordable" is subjective and relative but Y'know what I mean. If I was building a decent, high spec PC, I doubt I'd spend more than £1500.
    That's irrelevant really, as this machine is aimed at people who DO want to spend a hefty budget on an off-the-shelf PC and want to be able to boast about it. Having said that, in the, pretty much inconceivable, event I was going to spend so much on a ready built rig, I would be more likely to go for the Scan Vengeance RTX Ti that is a little faster and a lot easier to upgrade in the future.

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    Re: Corsair One i160

    I would like to see this compared to similar form factors - Dan A4SFX or Ncase M1 or similar. How much better is the Corsair One i160 (IS it better?) given the fact A4SFX supports Asetek 92mm AIO and is about 2/3 the volume of this case?

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