Corsair has a pretty solid history of making sloid hardware and accessories and earlier this year, the company surprised everyone with its announcement of Corsair One which is the company’s first pre-built gaming PCs.
The base model of the Corsair One starts for $1799.99 that comes with an Intel Core i7-7700 processor, 16GB of DDR4 RAM and an Nvidia GTX1070 graphics card accompanied by 240GB SSD and a 1TB HDD.
The highest end of the models will require you to spare $2599.99 and you’ll get a GTX 1080 Ti along with 960GB SSD. All of the model comes with Windows 10. While the system comes with a pretty solid built, if you open the case to modify something, the move will void the warranty and therefore, you should be careful about it. Starting from today, the Corsair One is available in multiple retailers including Newegg and Amazon in case you want to buy one.