From mice and keyboards to headsets and high-speed RAM, Corsair has long produced some of the best high-performance PC parts and peripherals (our favorite being the relatively recent Lapdog), making them quite the popular brand among gaming enthusiasts. What they haven’t really made, though, are full-fledged gaming PCs. That changes this year with the Corsair One Pro.
A gaming PC, it comes in a mid-tower case measuring 15 x 6.9 x 7.9 inches (height x width x depth), giving it a profile closer to table speakers than the massive brutes we’ve come to know as gaming desktops. They come in a premium build, too, with a chassis cut in aircraft-grade aluminum, with a matte finish that’s resistant to wear and fingerprint marks.
Inside, the Corsair One Pro Gaming PC is equipped with some seriously beefy hardware. At the core of it is an Intel Core i7-7700K CPU that can be overclocked to maximize power, an MSI GEForce GTX 1080 Ti GPU, 16GB of DDR4 memory, and 960GB of SSD storage, all set up on a Z270 Mini-ITX MOBO with a 400-watt SFX 80 Plus Gold power supply. It uses liquid cooling for both the CPU and GPU to keep things humming through extended gameplay, with an operating sound that Corsair claims is whisper-quiet ensuring it runs completely free of noise.
Both have Wi-Fi and gigabit Ethernet are onboard, along with six USB ports (including one Type-C), two DisplayPorts, and a VR-ready HDMI slot. Being a gaming PC, of course, they threw in customizable LED lighting on the case for additional aesthetics.
Available now, the Corsair One Pro is priced at $2,599.99