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Vengeance i7200 w/ RTX-3090 - what's inside?


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So I am looking at spending a good deal of money on a new computer system and considering the Vengeance i7200 w/ RTX-3090, i9-10850k and 64GB RAM.
My questions are for anyone that either owns one of these, or is otherwise sure of the brands used to build these systems.

I spoke to pre-sales support but that was rather underwhelming as they clearly lacked the knowledge, or intentionally evaded the questions about who Corsair has partnered with for components.  For example when I asked about the graphics card I was told "if it is RTX then it is Nvidia, and if it is RX it is an AMD card." acknowledging to them that I knew this and pushing for an answer about the card supplier they just stonewalled me, reciting the above.  But having a sales team that can't explain their way out of a paper bag does not mean the product they are meant to be selling is equally worthless...and so here I am.

Can anyone please tell me what brand(s) of RTX-3090 cards are used in the i7200 model?
Also what make & model are the M.2's included in these builds?  I want to avoid QLC models but strongly suspect that is what is to be found.

If you have this computer setup, photos of inside would be appreciated too.

Thank you all in advance.

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I can't speak for corsair, but if they don't tell what brand components are in the prebuilds it's because it may change depending on availability. They may be selling a spec, and not particular brands.

It's possible you wouldn't get what other users have received

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22 hours ago, LeDoyen said:

I can't speak for corsair, but if they don't tell what brand components are in the prebuilds it's because it may change depending on availability. They may be selling a spec, and not particular brands.

It's possible you wouldn't get what other users have received

Very true, but knowing what others are getting in their setups would be as good an indicator of what is inside these systems.

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