Corsair One And One Pro Gaming PCs Now Flex Up To Core i9-9920X, GeForce RTX

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When we last visited Corsair, the company had acquired Origin PC to beef up its portfolio when it comes to crafting boutique gaming PCs. Today, Corsair has announced updates to its One and One Pro gaming systems that bring 9th generation Intel Core power to the table along with NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics.

Starting off with the new additions to the Corsair One family, we have the One i145 and One i164. The One i145 brings an octa-core Intel Core i7-9700K processor to the table paired with a potent GeForce RTX 2080 graphics card. Moving up to the One i164 will get you an upgrade to the Core i9-9900K (8-core/16-thread) with a flagship GeForce RTX 2080 Ti.

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No matter which system you select, you'll find 32GB of Corsair's own high-performance DDR4 memory along with one-two punch with regards to storage: a 960GB NVMe PCIe SSD and a 2TB hard drive. 

But for those that require workstation-class performance, Corsair has announced the all-new One Pro i182. This time around, Corsair is using an Intel X299-based motherboard along with a stout Core i9-9920X HEDT processor. This CPU has 12 physical cores capable of executing 24 threads, and features base/boost clocks of 3.5GHz and 4.4GHz respectively. Backing up the processor if 64GB of DDR4-2666 memory and the same storage subsystem found on the "lesser" One models (960GB SSD + 2TB HDD). And like the One i164, you'll find graphics duties handled by a GeForce RTX 2080 Ti.

Given all of the high-end components included in these custom systems (all of which feature liquid cooling for the CPU), it shouldn't come as a surprise that they aren't exactly cheap. The Corsair One i145 and One i164 are priced at $2,899.99and $3,499.99 respectively -- both are available to purchase right now. The Corsair One Pro i182, however, is only available for preorder with a price tag of $4,499.99.

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