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    Corsair One Pro i200

    Gaming PC turned workstation.
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    Re: Corsair One Pro i200

    This but with AMD Ryzen 9 3950x + 10Gb + Thunderbolt 3 (yes AMD can use it now)
    The more you live, less you die. More you play, more you die. Isn't it great.

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    Re: Corsair One Pro i200

    I suspect we have the Corsair One to thank for the X-Box Series X design.

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    Re: Corsair One Pro i200

    You'd save money, power, and heat by going Ryzen, not to mention the inclusion of PCIe 4 and updated USB3.

    They must be contracted to have to use Intel or something because this thing seems like such a massive waste of potential.

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    Re: Corsair One Pro i200

    If it doesn't support ECC memory it's not a workstation. It's as simple as that. And yes, I agree, this PC should've come with Ryzen 3000 instead. That would also alleviate my initial statement.

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    Re: Corsair One Pro i200

    Agreed. ECC is a must for a workstation, and the I/O seems a bit limp. I've just spec'd a set of HP workstations with HP Quad Z Turbo drives, which is effectively RAID-0 across x4 M.2 cards, for less than the Corsair (albeit, no RTX card).

    I mean, the case on this is pretty, but that's about the only selling point it seems.

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    Re: Corsair One Pro i200

    Storage uncool nowadays or what? One 2tb drive, so-so gpu because of form factor I guess plus an unwanted intel i9 and all for 4k. Have Corsair missed a trick and not offered a very special stand? So 21st century "creators" are the 20th century marketing types receptionist, with their way more cute little G4 cubes.

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    Re: Corsair One Pro i200

    Topping out at 234w under load? Presumably that's CPU load only?

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    Re: Corsair One Pro i200

    Quote Originally Posted by ruckus View Post
    Storage uncool nowadays or what? One 2tb drive, so-so gpu because of form factor I guess plus an unwanted intel i9 and all for 4k. Have Corsair missed a trick and not offered a very special stand? So 21st century "creators" are the 20th century marketing types receptionist, with their way more cute little G4 cubes.
    Most "workstations" will spend their lives playing with files held on a separate fileserver, so I'd say faster (2.5Gb or 10Gb) networking would be much more important than onboard storage.

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    Re: Corsair One Pro i200

    Quote Originally Posted by darcotech View Post
    This but with AMD Ryzen 9 3950x + 10Gb + Thunderbolt 3 (yes AMD can use it now)
    Don't think it will ever happen will it?
    The CPU is about the size of the motherboard.
    No space left for anything else

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