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Corsair One Pro i200 Gaming PC Review

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Corsair One Pro i200 Review

Corsair One Pro i200 Gaming PC

Corsair One Pro I200 is a gaming PC that is able to handle graphic design applications or is it a powerful creative machine that also runs games. The PC is expensive, but it combines stunning design with robust hardware, though prospective buyers might (and ought to) think about spending the full $4500 for the machine that has components that are outdated.

While it’s true that the Corsair One Pro i200 does many things right but it came out in the days before Nvidia’s massive campaign for RTX 30 series GPUs. This means that the machine is equipped with the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti GPU, which is still very robust but isn’t as futuristic as it could be.

If you require a more powerful machine obviously depends on whether you require a gaming device that can graphic design or a graphic design device equipped with gaming capabilities. In either case, this One Pro i200 delivers admirable outcomes. The price is too high to be considered one of the best gaming computers for all scenarios however if you’re looking for an ideal PC for playing and working the game, this model will be able to do the job. Check out our complete Corsair One Pro i200 Review for more details.

Corsair One Pro i200 Design

Maybe it’s because I’ve recently finished reviewing the huge Alienware Aurora R11, but when I pulled my Corsair One Pro i200 out of its packaging I was amazed by the size of it was.

The One Pro i200 is a sleek, silver rectangular box that has two LED strips that are programmable across the front and a few stylish Corsair logos. With a size of 15.0 and 7.9 inches x 6.9 inches, this is among the slimmest desktops we’ve looked at, and it would look great placed on top of a desk or inside the entertainment center. (It is 23.4 pounds, but so don’t put it on a thin flooring.

Although it doesn’t have anything to do with have to do the performance of the computer it is hard to overstate how beautiful this One Pro i200 looks, and how small of a footprint it occupies. Many PC makers charge customers a premium but then give them a plain black box that has some LED highlights.

Although I’m still of the opinion that I still think that One Pro i200 is too expensive for the value it offers the ability to put it all together inside this amazing chassis will reduce the pain somewhat. If you want to create beautiful digital art, it’s appropriate to create it using a beautiful physical machine.


Specifications Of  Corsair One Pro I200

Corsair One Pro i200 Design

Model: Corsair One
Pro i200
Product ID:CS-9040004

CPU: Core i9-10940X
3.30 GHz Base
4.60 GHz Turbo
165 W

GPU: GeForce RTX 2080 Ti
1350-1545 MHz
14 Gbps
250 W

Cooling: Custom Closed-Loop Air+Liquid Cooling Systems

DRAM: 64 GB DDR4-2667

Motherboard: Mini-ITX, X299 chipset

Storage SSD: 2 TB NVMe


I/O: Intel’s Wireless-AC 8265 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.2 adapter
2 × GbE ports (driven by Intel’s I219-V and I211-AT)
6 × USB 3.0 Type-A connectors
1 × USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port
1 × TRRS audio jack
1 × DisplayPort 1.4
3 × HDMI 2.0b

Warranty: 2 years


Corsair One Pro i200 Amazingly Quiet And Cooled Efficiently

Convection-assisted liquid cooling system, the graphics, and processor are efficiently cooled, resulting in higher speed of clocks as well as lower temperatures and less noise in a tiny shape case. But that’s not all. Corsair One Pro I200 is equipped in a zero RPM mode that allows for a quiet and fan-free operation in idle.


Corsair One Pro Delivers Lightning Fast Processing With Headroom For Overclocking

Create incredible things with the CORSAIR One PRO i200 Compact Workstation-Class PC that combines the Intel(r) 10th-Gen Intel(r) i9 Core X processor, NVIDIA(r) GeForce RTX(TM) 2080Ti graphics processor and the award-winning CORSAIR components that fit into a small-sized size.

Enjoy true workstation performance and peace of mind thanks to the convection-assisted cooling system that can boost your productivity with the support of up to four 4K HDR displays. You can easily access the front panel of your I/O that includes USB and HDMI with VR ports as well as CORSAIR iCUE software that allows you to modify your system’s appearance and performance with the built-in RGB lights. With the security that is backed by a two-year, complete guarantee, CORSAIR One PRO is the best choice for powerful workstations in a compact and lightweight package.


Corsair One Pro I200 Gaming Performance

If you can overlook the reality it’s you can accept that the Corsair One Pro i200 has an older graphics card, you’ll see that it can still run most games fairly well, especially when you play at lower resolutions. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey ran at 77 frames per second in 1080p. Grand Theft Auto V achieved 130 fps, as well as Shadow of the Tomb Raider with 117 frames per second. Compare and contrast this with The MSI MEG Trident X, but it has the same GPU. This Trident X scored 85 frames per second for Odyssey and 134 frames per second in GTAV and 120 frames per second for Shadow of the Tomb Raider — and it is priced at least $1,000 cheaper.

The One Pro i200 isn’t quite capable enough to run the full 60 fps gaming experience with 4K resolutions. It was able to run Odyssey at 49 frames per second, GTAV at 44 fps, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider at 44 FPS. Its Trident X scored very similarly with 52 frames per second for Odyssey and 45 fps on GTAV and 44 frames per second in Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

Although it’s not an apples-to apple comparison, we tested the performance of our GeForce RTX 3090-equipped Alienware Aurora R11 using a selection of similar games. It scored a soaring 152 FPS in GTAV GTAV and 136 frames per second on Shadow of the Tomb Raider at 1080p. Then it clocked 60 fps for GTAV and 59 frames per second on Shadow of the Tomb Raider in 4K. If playing games is your main goal, you’ll need to consider going for a computer with a 30 series card.

But it’s not all negative news. From a quality perspective the games I played performed flawlessly on the QHD monitor. Even the lighting looked amazing since the RTX 2080 Ti can support the ray tracing. (Your frame rate is going to be affected, however. It’s impossible to be everything at all times.)

I tried on the One Pro i200 with Doom Eternal, Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition, Control and Final Fantasy XIV and experienced smooth gameplay and high frame rates all the way through. Control playing with ray-tracing enabled was an absolute standout because it brought an entirely new level of immersion even in dark environments or any area that has reflective windows.

If I wanted to cut cutting down demons into half or constructing colonies within the New World or traveling through cities that are massively multiplayer I could crank the graphics the maximum they could be, and experience an incredible level of quality and fluidity.


Corsair One Pro I200 Software

It’s a good thing that the Corsair One Pro i200 hasn’t included any additional software, only one program, the Corsair Utility Engine (iCUE), and an obnoxious Corsair Diagnostics software. ICUE lets you control the LEDs on the front of the device, and also the speed of the fan.

It also allows you to check the temperatures of your components as well as overall performance. This is the same program the peripherals of Corsair use and it’s perfectly excellent.

The Diagnostics software, on the other hand, is pretty diverse. It’s useful to view everything from your computer’s model all the way to the BIOS version you have in one location. But, it also warns you with regards to backups, security software updates, and other things -It wants you to perform the maintenance of your PC according to its plan rather than your own.

It also claims that it will automate the running of a defragmenter which I would hope isn’t the case. Disk defragmenting isn’t necessary for SSD and can actually shorten the life of SSDs.


Upgradeability And Ports Of Corsair One Pro i200

According to the catalog, the PC comes with a variety of ports. On the front,3.5mm audio port, 2 USB Type-A ports, and HDM(in the majority of computers) HDMI ports are on the rear, perhaps to allow VR. On the back of the computer, you get 5 USB Type-A ports, 1 USB Type-C port, a display port, an optical audio jack, and two Ethernet ports.

Compared with the majority of gaming PCs, the components are comparatively less, particularly the absence of USB Type-C ports at the front. Ports aren’t enough, I don’t know how productivity users will connect cameras, microphones, or lights. Another problem with Corsair One Pro I200 is that it isn’t an ultramodern user-friendly PC. It’s simple to get your hands inside. Press the button on the back, remove the top piece and then remove the screws. There isn’t much to do inside.

If you upgrade using first-party components, you don’t Corsair will cancel your warranty. If RAM and SSD are being used up, you can upgrade them, but it’s best to keep the machine on its own.


Features & Details Corsair One Pro I200

  • The CORSAIR One Pro includes everything you need to render, encode and power for the creativity of a PC that is a workstation into a stunning and quiet compact form-factor that occupies less space on the desk than the laptop.
  • Create and work with confidence because of the reliability and award-winning CORSAIR parts.
  • Do more work faster with the 10th Generation Intel Core X CPU. the most efficient desktop processor from Intel.
  • Improve your design, rendering, and visualization by using the NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphic card that is powered by CUDA as well as real-time Raytracer technology.
  • The Quad-channel CORSAIR VENGEANCE DDR4 memory with high-performance features provides both the capacity and speed required to manage the most difficult tasks of creating content.


Corsair One Pro I200 PROS

  • Gorgeous, compact design
  • Powerful hardware
  • Runs quietly
  • RTX2080Ti
  • Intel Gen 10
  • Small and elegant (only 12 liters)
  • Both GPU and CPU both are liquid-cooled
  • 64GB DDR4 memory as well as 2TB of storage
  • It is possible to upgrade


Corsair One Pro I200 CONS

  • Amazingly costly
  • Outdated GPU
  • Limited upgrade options
  • No Thunderbolt 3

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