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I WANT to Recommend This... Corsair One (2019) Review

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It's cool how the topic title has the name of the product in it, but the video title lacks this information. Do you guys realize it makes it rather hard to share your content a while after it's released? Lately someone made a topic asking how they could find the 2060 review, because it didn't have 2060 in the title, it was just called "why would you even" or something. I think if the video title matched the topic title it would be a lot better.


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I just wish Corsair would make a budget option.


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i like atx

 

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Just now, LukeSavenije said:

i like atx

 

unrelated corsair meme

 

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Alrighty then xD


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It's worth it if you want something compact and sleek, and very nice looking ofcourse.  The problem with pre-builds is: they will always be more expensive then building your own pc. With the Corsair ONE you are mainly paying for the chassis and compactness. If I had the money AND I didnt care about FPS per dollar I would buy it because it looks awesome.

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Hard to justify given the existence of ITX cases, etc. IMO


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1 minute ago, aaradorn said:

It's worth it if you want something compact and sleek, and very nice looking ofcourse.  The problem with pre-builds is: they will always be more expensive then building your own pc. With the Corsair ONE you are mainly paying for the chassis and compactness. If I had the money AND I didnt care about FPS per dollar I would buy it because it looks awesome.

Yeah, I just don't have 3000 ****ing dollars... xD


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14 minutes ago, fasauceome said:

It's cool how the topic title has the name of the product in it, but the video title lacks this information. Do you guys realize it makes it rather hard to share your content a while after it's released? Lately someone made a topic asking how they could find the 2060 review, because it didn't have 2060 in the title, it was just called "why would you even" or something. I think if the video title matched the topic title it would be a lot better.

I'll be devil's advocate here, if you search "2060 review" on YouTube, the LTT video is still the top one. Not that I like the click baity titles, I just want to point this fact out.

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1 minute ago, Dissitesuxba11s said:

I'll be devil's advocate here, if you search "2060 review" on YouTube, the LTT video is still the top one. Not that I like the click baity titles, I just want to point this fact out.

Interesting that that's the case, I haven't had luck with keywords like that before but hey whatever works I guess. 


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i7 8086k (won) - EVGA Z370 Classified K - G.Kill Trident Z RGB - Force MP500 - Jedi Order Titan Xp - The venerated Hyper 212 Evo (with RGB Riing flair) - EVGA G2 650W - Black and green theme, Razer branwashed me.

Draws 400 watts under max load, for reference.

 

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1 hour ago, fasauceome said:

Lately someone made a topic asking how they could find the 2060 review, because it didn't have 2060 in the title

Literally searched "2060" on his channel and its the first thing that comes up. They add tags to make it searchable.

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I found the background a bit distracting in this video, the monitor with 3D-mark running on it was hard not to focus on and the high level of specific detail, not to mention the lighting tone delta between Linus and what's behind him, made the video a little hard to watch comfortably.


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1 hour ago, AlexTheGreatish said:

The Corsair One (2019) is one hell of a computer, but is it worth the one hell of a price tag?

 

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I really wish that I could just buy this standalone with the aio's preinstalled for $200-300, cause it seems like one of the best cases for ITX systems that I've seen. Throw in a $1500 system and put a better fan on the top and this really impresses me.


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Is it expensive?.... absolutely. Is the hardware worth that much?.... no. But I look at the case and it is sort of like those custom limited edition cases that INWIN sell, you are paying for the form factor. 

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16 hours ago, alextulu said:

Why is the CPU at 59% and the GPU at 18%?

 

Shouldn't at least one of them be at 100%? Where's the bottleneck?

Single threaded CPU performance I'm guessing

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Prebuilts = Not worth

 

Corsair has been derailing since 2016 or whenever this dumb "gaming" and RGB fad started, their cases went from spectacular to the pit with NZXT, Cooler Master and the rest we all know, poor airflow and inflated prices but hey "iT hAs RgB!1!"

Same with the AIOs, old models used to be have a balance between pric/performance but now the price side of the scale went to the bottom just like with (again, the black sheep) NZXT crap.


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7 hours ago, AlexTheGreatish said:

Single threaded CPU performance I'm guessing

With 16 threads, shouldn't single threaded be at 6.25% (100/16) instead of 59%?

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1 hour ago, alextulu said:

With 16 threads, shouldn't single threaded be at 6.25% (100/16) instead of 59%?

It couldn't use the other cores and threads at all. 

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2 hours ago, williamcll said:

It couldn't use the other cores and threads at all. 

Windows would use other threads, but it would be more like 10% not 59%.

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6 hours ago, alextulu said:

With 16 threads, shouldn't single threaded be at 6.25% (100/16) instead of 59%?

Well it might be using most of 8 threads plus some Windows or something.

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On 3/9/2019 at 2:59 PM, AlexTheGreatish said:

The Corsair One (2019) is one hell of a computer, but is it worth the one hell of a price tag?

 

 

 

 

 

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I was intrigued by the One until I watched the tear-down videos. More trouble to upgrade than is worth for the price tag.

Looks like you get similar specs with a better motherboard for less out of pocket and less blood/sweat/tears with the Phanteks Evolv Shift case.


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On 3/11/2019 at 5:17 PM, AlexTheGreatish said:

Well it might be using most of 8 threads plus some Windows or something.

Next time you should set the task manager to show the individual core usage, because this is weird.

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