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    Corsair One a200

    The best One yet.
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    Re: Corsair One a200

    One of the few prebuilt PCs I would actually buy(if I had the dosh).
    https://t6.rbxcdn.com/8d3e07528aae38af2cb81bdfa2a712e3

    I might not be serious.

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    Re: Corsair One a200

    Looks a tidy system, wouldn't mind one myself. Would have liked to see inside though.

    Edit : Wow its tight : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCJHXsBvu1k

    Thats an older model but will be similar internally
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    Re: Corsair One a200

    Yup same CAT if I was going for a prebuilt it'd be one of these, they're really tidy.

    Good specs and not an unreasonable price considering not just the parts but the engineering involved. I'd have to be proper minted to buy one, as I'll always fall back to building better for less, but if I had silly money I'd get one

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    Re: Corsair One a200

    I still wish they would sell the case / cooling separately. It's one of the tidiest cases for the form factor I've seen.

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    Re: Corsair One a200

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    One of the few prebuilt PCs I would actually buy(if I had the dosh).
    Corsair, makers of iCue rainbow puke everything with crap keyboards and plasticky over-priced mice...

    ..and yet, they turn out these formidable little beasts and reliable PSUs. Mind blown. Gotta be vastly separate divisions, or something.
    Before you judge a man, walk a mile in his shoes; after that, who cares?! He's a mile away and you've got his shoes!

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    Re: Corsair One a200

    If they launched one with the inevitable 12GB (or more) VRAM equipped 3080Ti later this year, I could be persuaded to bite.

    ..But I don't like the idea of having a GPU with only 8GB of VRAM for the lifetime of me owning the system (3yrs+) especially one that would be so problematic to upgrade, if it would even be possible.

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    Re: Corsair One a200

    Quote Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
    If they launched one with the inevitable 12GB (or more) VRAM equipped 3080Ti later this year, I could be persuaded to bite.

    ..But I don't like the idea of having a GPU with only 8GB of VRAM for the lifetime of me owning the system (3yrs+) especially one that would be so problematic to upgrade, if it would even be possible.
    Its 10GB graphics card in this model
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    Re: Corsair One a200

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonj1611 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
    If they launched one with the inevitable 12GB (or more) VRAM equipped 3080Ti later this year, I could be persuaded to bite.

    ..But I don't like the idea of having a GPU with only 8GB of VRAM for the lifetime of me owning the system (3yrs+) especially one that would be so problematic to upgrade, if it would even be possible.
    Its 10GB graphics card in this model
    Yeah sorry, my typo, but the point still stands, TBH

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    Re: Corsair One a200

    " you are allowed to upgrade your memory and storage without voiding the warranty"

    Nice. That's good.

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    Re: Corsair One a200

    Personally I want the new Nuc with the 2060.

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    Re: Corsair One a200

    Quote Originally Posted by Spreadie View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    One of the few prebuilt PCs I would actually buy(if I had the dosh).
    Corsair, makers of iCue rainbow puke everything with crap keyboards and plasticky over-priced mice...

    ..and yet, they turn out these formidable little beasts and reliable PSUs. Mind blown. Gotta be vastly separate divisions, or something.
    iCue is configurable, so meh, you can turn off the colours.
    I have the Corsair SF750 Platinum power supply and recently purchase the k65 TKL which I am enjoying. They make good products and there are no perfect equipment manufacturers.

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