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The Corsair One gaming PC gets updated with Intel’s latest eighth-gen processors

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Plus an Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti graphics card

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The Corsair One gaming PC came out last year offering an interesting idea: a gaming PC in the same vein as traditional consoles, meaning it was a preconfigured, prebuilt box that users could expect just to work without any tinkering around with internal parts or power supplies.

And now, Corsair is releasing a pair of updated versions of the original Corsair One, boosting the processor to Intel’s latest eighth-generation, six-core Core i7-8700K and bumping up the graphics card from the Nvidia GTX 1080 to the upgraded Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti.

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There are two versions of the updated Corsair One — the Corsair One Pro Plus, which has 16GB of RAM, and the Corsair One Elite, which has 32GB. Like the original Corsair One models, both versions come with a 480GB M.2 NVMe SSD and a 2TB hard drive for storage.

The Corsair One Pro Plus runs for $2,799, while the Elite, with its extra RAM, will set you back an extra $200 at $2,999. Corsair is also still selling the original models of the Corsair One (with Intel’s seventh generationCore i7-7700K and the GTX 1080) for $2,299 or $2,499, with either 16GB or 32GB of RAM. All four models are available now from Corsair’s website.