Corsair has expanded its Corsair ONE line of mini-PCs, aiming for the higher end of the market. The Corsair One Pro i180 is equipped with Intel’s 12-core high-end desktop processor as well as NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics card, which is why the manufacturer calls it a compact workstation. In addition, the company has also introduced new variants under the Corsair One i140 and Corsair One i160 naming system. Corsair launched its first own-brand Corsair One systems in early 2017. The concept of the system was to take advantage of the company’s know-how: Corsair knows how to build cases with good ventilation, it produces SFF PSUs, it produces custom liquid cooling, and other components. With the Corsair ONE, the company managed to create a...
The launch of Intel’s new 8th Generation ‘Coffee Lake’ processors for desktops is going to be an interesting one. On one side it redefines Intel’s main product stack and...84 by Ian Cutress, Anton Shilov, Joe Shields & Gavin Bonshor on 10/20/2017
Not willing to be left behind at the starting line, Biostar has announced its entries into the rapidly growing Z370 motherboard market. At the time of publication, Biostar is...20 by Joe Shields on 10/18/2017
Intel Announces 8th Generation Core "Coffee Lake" Desktop Processors: Six-core i7, Four-core i3, and Z370 Motherboards
In an unusual set of circumstances (ed: someone couldn't follow a simple embargo), this evening Intel is officially announcing its 8th Generation desktop CPU lineup, codenamed Coffee Lake. This...108 by Ryan Smith & Brett Howse on 9/25/2017