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  1. A couple ups but mostly downs so far and the negatives here are so worrying that I’m close to just returning this instead. Within the first hour I had issues with cooling. Yes, it’s a SFF system and I understand the trade offs. The issue here actually seems to be the iCue software failing to control the single fan correctly resulting in AIO coolant overheating. Less than an hour of uptime with this system summoned the blinking single red LED, and I wasn’t even playing games or putting heavy load on it, I was just running through basic set up. I can’t even set a custom fan curve so I had to fix the fan speed at 100% to get the coolant and CPU temps down enough to play something. At 100% this thing is far louder than my previous system that was more than double the size. Kinda beats the purpose. In all fairness, performance is good when there’s enough cooling but not being able to use a curve feels ridiculous on an almost £4000 system. It’s already unbelievable that the £4000 system can’t regulate the fan on its own. A couple hours later, the next issue hit. The front LEDs disconnecting and the fan stopping every single time this happens. Windows makes the disconnected device audio and the RGB on the front flashes off and then back on, alongside this the top fan will stop and take some time to ramp up again - resulting in coolant overheating again. I had to dig around this forum to find out it’s a b550/x570 issue and eventually found that some motherboard manufacturers have released BIOS updates for this. From what I can tell, this update has not been made available for the a200 pro as it uses a custom Corsair specific BIOS and there’s no mention of this ever being provided for us. In less than 12 hours I feel I’m left with no choice other than to just get rid of this PC. As much as I love the look and idea, the support here seems abysmal for a product at this price point. A certain poster here seems to pop up on most of the threads regarding this system and that person is STILL trying to get answers regarding the fan issue. All I want is for this thing to work and I’m willing to look past it being overpriced in exchange for a great looking system from a respected brand but support need to give me something to hang on to within the next few days.
  2. Hey everyone, NVIDIA's RTX 30 Series, AMD's Ryzen 5000 Series, and Intel's 11th Generation have come to our CORSAIR ONE systems! The tradition continues with immense power in a quiet, minimally sized system. Here’s a few quick highlights: Built with our own CORSAIR components - our CORSAIR ONE systems are highly reliable and backed by a two-year warranty with lifetime tech support service. Maintains its cool with patented convection-assisted liquid cooling, achieving maximum performance with silence by voiding excessive fan noise. Your choice of flavor between AMD Ryzen™ 5000 Series and 11th Gen Intel® Core™, the latest CPUs capable of seamlessly powering through your games and tasks. Click the following for more information: i200, a200. We’ve provided a FAQ and quick spec sheet below. Q: What PCIe generation is the m.2 SSD? A: Both systems are equipped with PCIe 4.0 m.2 SSDs. Q: Are these larger than the previous generation? A: Nope! While the RTX 30 Series did pose some challenge, our systems engineering team was able to achieve the same dimensions of 200mm x 172.5mm x 380mm. Let us know if you guys have any questions or thoughts!
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