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post #31 of 38
I can say with absolute certainty this case nowhere near the volume or size of the ncase. The scale makes it look like you can fit more than one ncase inside this one.
post #32 of 38
If they can keep up the good image of having quality and reliable parts, maybe they can carve themselves a nice niche. Here's to hoping that those LED strips can be turned off for those who so wish.

The branding is unimaginative and with the touch of arrogance that always comes with naming something "One" though. It's pretty apparent why they went for that name, but this is supposed to be a PC, something that a lot of PC users seem to be forgetting nowadays.
 
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Looks kinda spiffy, like a "gamer'd up" silverstone fortress

^ This! The instant I saw the pic I said to myself hey it's an FT03/mini with RGB leds (with some fins up top)! I wonder if they paid Silverstone royalties for using a 90 degree/vertical layout (If it is indeed vertical)?
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post #34 of 38
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No.

The general vibe tween Corsair and the enthusiast communities like OCN is a good one. We as nerds have solid lines of communication with them and they actually are people who like to engage with us. When they do something silly like try to dump the old Corsair Sails, we call them out! When they pull something off nicely, we give them an applause.

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people need to stop with this rgb crap
I like it RGB! sadsmiley.gif

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I like the design, getting some Tron vibes.
Definitely. I like the design. Still has a gamer feel but is elegant as well.
post #35 of 38
Looking at the One Ti, $2600 and that's the ram that it comes with? There needs to be a configurator or something. I don't need a 1TB SSD, but I do need more and faster ram. When you can have a pre-built system with 32gb of 3000+ mhz ram and custom water cooling for roughly the same price through various vendors, Corsair needs to do something a little more inspired than a small footprint. I get that this serves a specific segment of the market, but it could serve a lot bigger segment if the components of the highest end unit weren't on par with the very basics.
post #36 of 38
I agree. A guy that plays on an Ark PVE server i'm on who is i think around 20 years old was recently in need of a new PC and was the exact kind of person this Corsair One is targeted to. I initially tried to convince him to build a PC but he was hell-bent on buying one pre-built. Well... that was until i helped him configure a few Digital Storm systems and some from another company, then priced out a better setup using parts from Newegg which left him with $600 more in his pocket compared to pre-built. Even then he was tough to convince but eventually he went with building his own. It amazes me how someone in this day and age who is fairly tech-savvy and knows software quite well required so much hand-holding while putting the darn thing together really amazes me. I almost had to Skype him to demonstrate on camera how to do a few things that all of us here on OCN think of as the most basic and routine things when building a PC.
At least it was successful and booted up right away. I can't imagine the headache i would have received had it not worked since I convinced him to build his own. Next time i'll just stick to business charge the person a flat rate to build a PC like i normally do.
post #37 of 38
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Originally Posted by damtachoa View Post

Who will buy corsair case nowaday?

My exact thought.

But there's enough gamerz to keep dat rgb flow goin'.
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post #38 of 38
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Originally Posted by dieanotherday View Post

people need to stop with this rgb crap

There's always a person who would never buy it anyway, even if not RGB, complaining about something that's there on purpose for the target consumer. rolleyes.gifrolleyes.gifbiggrin.gif:D
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