Last year Corsair rolled out the Corsair One, a small form gaming PC with enough space to house some high-end PC components and now Corsair has rolled out the Corsair One Elite an updated version of last year’s Corsair One.
Corsair One Elite will feature Intel’s six-core Intel Coffee Lake processor. To be specific, the Corsair One Elite will feature Intel Core i7-8700K with liquid cooling, not only that the system will feature GTX 1080 Ti, 32 GB of Corsair Vengeance DDR4 RAM and the GPU will also be liquid cooled.
Furthermore, the system will also feature a 480GB M.2 SSD meaning the system will have a fast boot along with 2 TB of hard drive. In simple words, you won’t have to worry about storing your ever-expanding game library. With such high-end specs, the price for this system will be $3000.
However, there will be two cheaper versions of this system. The first one, Corsair One Pro, comes in two versions. The first one will cost $2,299.99 and will feature Core i7-7700K, 16GB of RAM, GTX 1080 with liquid cooling, a 480GB M.2 SSD, and 2TB HDD.
The second version of Corsair One Pro will cost $2,499.99 while processor, GPU, and storage will the same as the aforementioned system but will feature 32 GB of RAM.
The second option will be Corsair One Pro Plus which will cost $2,799.99 and features i7-8700K with liquid cooling, liquid cooled GTX 1080Ti but will compromise on RAM and will feature only 16 GB of RAM. All in all, these systems offer great performance, however, the cost will be high since it features high-end specs.
Speaking of high-end specs, Intel has clarified that all Intel Skylake-X CPUs feature two AVX-512 Units. Initially, Intel had revealed that only Core i9-7800X and multi-core chips will feature Two AVX-512 Units and Core i7 in the Skylake-X CPU family will feature only one.
Also, a Core i9-8950HK has been spotted inside an unreleased MSI Laptop. According to the specs, this mobile processor will feature 6 cores with 12 threads and not only that, the processor itself will be unlocked.
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