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well hello good people want to hear something crazy

this machine right here has the same specs as this guy what what what I never

thought I would say it but this is the only pre-built system that the Box she

liked and used for the past six months and then of course there's like hey we

want it back so I'm really having a hard time dealing with that fact I mean this

is a twelve liter enclosure and this guy is 66 or a size difference Fred for

scale so this thing is a very good-looking extremely powerful quiet

and compact and there we go Corsair one let's all appreciate what they've done

with the system from the ground up and compared to my own build with the same

specs hopefully my system is superior I mean how could it not I have the best

CPU cooler on the planet for its size the best fans the most air flow ready

enclosure the graphics cooler alone is like half the size of the courser one so

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so I know it's not exactly fair to compare the coarser one versus my full

tower but even next to other ITX options like the LDO 3 by silverstone then case

V 4 even the massive h2 10 from NZXT this package looks impressive so my

exact model is the Corsair One i165 with rtx 2080 TI and 9900K both liquid

cooled 32 gigs of ram 1 terabyte SSD and a 2 terabyte hard drive while my own

system has a 2080 TI in 9900K 64 gigs of ram and my own set of SSDs so let me

show you exactly why I love this machine so much and why I don't want to return

it the first thing I need to impress you with is cooling so my own system has six

fans unrestrictive airflow from the front but as you can see lots of wasted

space while the one has a single 140 mm loaf an exhausting air from the top

that's it you see these little stickers here that will avoid your warranty my

friends don't care did it anyway there's an

extra fan for the GPU but it's pretty insane given how well the system is

cooled compared to my own creation so both the CPU and the GPU have slim

radiators and airflow is passively intake from each side and exhaust is

from the top and I think all we can do is respect the results after 30 minutes

of stress testing the CPU on the coarser one is only three degrees hotter with a

much cooler GPU might I add and that is awesome to see I kept everything on auto

clocks to see what frequencies we get and they are pretty damn close with

around 1900 megahertz on both machines for the GPU and the 9900k otto boosted

to 4.7 gigahertz and all course while in game and the fact that they're so close

to performance while being the four times the size difference that's

impressive this means all my gaming and synthetic

results are basically identical but slight variation here and there and it's

good to see there are no significant performance penalties with the Corsair One

and so this is what custom compact engineering delivers versus a more

standard PC configuration there is no GPU throttling which is great and no

loud behavior either and while my CPU is 3 degrees cooler with an ocular

configuration all the fans are running at 2,000 rpm which means my own system

is so much louder and I honestly was not expecting the coarser one to perform

this wall in the acoustics department

now as for cpu performance in gaming spine reaching to 4.7 gigahertz but in

blender for example we drop to 3.6 here Hertz even though there's enough voltage

so by default CPU performance outside of gaming is slower because my D machine

clocks to 4.7 and Beyond easy during those intense renders and so it

looks like the motherboard on the coarser one isn't able to deliver enough

power to the 9900K to stay above 4 gigahertz at full load and overclocking

is only partially available in the BIOS so I increase the power limit and got to

3.9 gigahertz on all cores at full load but unfortunately it's still locked to

95 watt power limit by the motherboard another aspect of my own system that is

superior is DAO just more USB ports from the motherboard and type-c in the front

while the one is adequate but also kind of disappointing there's an HDMI port at

the front instead of a type C because of the original VR focus of the one lineup

and so I started using the i165 after my water cooled system was finished

because that was only used for video production and the tiny size of the one

meant I could simply place it beside the monitor plug it in and enjoy some games

so my work and play computer were separated plus for some reason the red

dead redemption through still does not launch on my threaded machine I don't

know why now I do want to address some of the long-term concerns I've have with

the Corsair i165 first one being there are no dust filters on the side

panels and that is for performance sake otherwise it will block off whatever air

is trying to enter through that top exhaust fan but still the machine is

looking very clean when I looked inside no dust bunnies generated but there's a

tiny layer of dust like on the pump and like around the components so you could

potentially vacuum up anything from the sides and that would freshen up the

system a little bit the warranty for coarser systems as two years so if he's

replace anything beyond that time the CPU the RAM the hard drive the power

supply are all accessible and replaceable of course in doing so by

opening up the machine you void the warranty and it's really disappointing

to me that overclocking is so limited because the motherboard locks the TDP of

the chip to 95 watts and nothing beyond that which kind of sucks because at

$3,500 for my cursor I have 165 machine exactly I mean you'd expect the same

potential of performance as you with the DIY system with the same

components which brings me to my last point and that is the lack of

availability of this standalone enclosure coursers doing this for

multiple reasons most likely they're not going to be making a lot of money of it

because the volumes are not going to be there and it's actually quite difficult

to build in but I feel like that's where the ITX market is heading into anyway so

you expect a little bit of challenge when it comes to building something

extremely compact and powerful but I would love for Corsair to at least think

about offering the coarser one enclosure with the side radiators and maybe like a

power supply in the bottom as a package unit so you can populate your own GPU

and your motherboard CPU RAM and storage because the components inside the

machine are off-the-shelf anyway but it's been a really good run with the

Corsair one and it's got me thinking I want to build something equivalent

specifically for gaming that is also targeting like a very compact form

factor and I have the den case v4 in house really excited to put my ITX

motherboard in there some beefy GPU so this thing can live on my desk as well

and have my games so that I don't interfere with my production machine and

have those two things separate so stay tuned for that video all right guys I

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