Corsair unveils new PC workstations during CES 2019
CORSAIR was excited to announce the launch of a new range of all-in-one PCs during CES 2019. This lineup is lead by the CORSAIR ONE PRO i180, which is a CES 2019 Innovation Award Honoree, and had been created in collaboration with Intel.
The CORSAIR ONE PRO i180 is powered by a liquid-cooled Intel Core i9-9920x 12-core processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics, and takes up less than a third of the space that more traditional workstations occupy. The workstation features 2mm-thick aircraft-grade bead-blasted aluminum gunmetal housing and can reach speeds up to 4.5GHz with its 24-thread performance. It also features 32GB of quad-channel CORSAIR DDR4 memory, support for up to four 4K monitors, 960GB SSD storage, and a 2TB hard drive. All in all, a beast of a machine for the game in your life looking for ease of access without the hassle of assembly.
They’ve shared the below video, giving a quick rundown of the machine:
The smaller size was achieved thanks to a completely redesigned internal layout and a patented convection-assisted liquid cooling system for both the processor and graphics card. This expels the hot air through a vent at the top, allowing the heat to be efficiently dispersed even though it is smaller than a backpack. Finally, it features RGB light pipes that are incorporated into the chassis, allowing users to utilize the iCUE software to customize their system monitoring as they desire.
They have also unveiled the CORSAIR ONE i160 and i140, which each share the same internal layout and compact form. The i160 features an Intel Core i9-9900K processor and GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics card. The i140 features an i7-9700K processor and RTX 2080 graphics card. These should each, according to CORSAIR, be more than adequate to handle your gaming needs, and also adequate enough to assist you in creating your own games, models, and more if you so desire.
Both models also feature liquid-cooling, 32GB DDR4 memory, multi-monitor and VR support, 480GB SSD storage, and 2TB HDDs.
The only major obvious downside to all of this convenience and power in one package is the price. The One i180 comes in at a whopping price of $4,999. Corsair also has more consumer gaming-oriented variants in the form of the i160 and i140, priced at $2,999 and $3,599, respectively.
Those interested in these new workstations can pick up the i140 immediately, with the i160 and i180 becoming available in early 2019. Each system is also backed by a two year warranty.