Air One Pro i200 Review 2022: Can You Buy It?

Air One Pro i200

The One Pro i200 is the most powerful Corsair One series model to date, though it retails for less than the One Pro i180 did at its launch thanks to Intel’s price reductions on its 10th Generation “Cascade Lake-X” silicon from the X-series core. Continue reading, you will consider whether you buy the Air One Pro i200.

What is Air One Pro i200?

The newest in its line of portable desktop workstations is Corsair’s One Pro i200 ($4,499). With a new 14-core, 28-thread Intel Core i9-10940X processor, it ups the CPU ante compared to the company’s One Pro i180 and is equipped to handle even the most demanding tasks. (Also possible is playing video games.) The One Pro i200, like other Corsair One models, dazzles with sleek, contemporary looks, minimal operating noise, and an incredibly small footprint. It differs from a conventional workstation in that it lacks a Xeon CPU, options for professional-grade GPUs, and independent software vendor (ISV) certifications for specialized applications. But it’s a top-notch option for creative professionals looking for something with more power per inch than anything else.


  • the Intel X299 platform has delivered exceptional performance.
  • operating in complete silence.
  • Classy looks.
  • Lights can be adjusted in a small design.
  • front ports for connecting VR headsets.


  • There is no professional GPU or Xeon CPU option.
  • No ISV certification.
  • small room for improvement.

Air One Pro I200 Review

The Fastest One

The One Pro i200 is the most powerful Corsair One series model to date, though it retails for less than the One Pro i180 did at its launch thanks to Intel’s price reductions on its 10th Generation “Cascade Lake-X” silicon from the core X series. Only the X299 chipset platform from Intel offers this level of CPU power. However, you would only need one of those if your work required error-correcting code (ECC) memory. Workstation purists may lament the lack of a Xeon option.

Availability, Warranty, and Pricing

Along with the CORSAIR global customer service and technical support network, the CORSAIR ONE PRO i200 is covered by a two-year warranty.

Please visit the CORSAIR website or get in touch with a local CORSAIR sales or PR representative for the most recent pricing information on the CORSAIR ONE PRO i200.

Air One Pro i200


The One Pro i200’s post-industrial style is identical to that of the i180. All Corsair One series PCs, including the Pro models, have the same exterior measurements of 15 by 6.9 by 7.9 inches (HWD). When you take into account the amount of power packed inside, this has an incredibly small footprint.

In contrast to many compact PCs, the One lineup uses an internal power supply rather than an external adapter. The 750-watt, 80 Plus Platinum-certified Corsair SF750, which is used by the One Pro i200, is a top-notch power supply. It is an SFX power supply, a specialized compact model typically used in small-form-factor PCs, as would be expected in a machine of this size and shape.

Vertical Cooling

Although the One Pro i200 looks fancy thanks to the small triangles that adorn its sides, these triangles are functional.

Airflow is cleverly drawn through by a single 140mm fan on the top of the chassis and directed through separate liquid cooling radiators for the CPU and graphics card that are lined up against those perforated sides.

A 92mm fan for the power supply and an 80mm fan for the graphics card provide additional airflow. Naturally, they aren’t visible from outside the tower.

If silence is the best quality, the One Pro i200 should be much more expensive. Most of the time when the system is in use, it is silent, and even when the Corsair fan was running at full speed, I had trouble hearing it. Placing my hand over the top grille to feel for warm air wafting out was the only surefire way I could determine whether the fans were operating.


With a different CPU, motherboard, and chipset (Z370), its gaming equivalent, the Corsair One, is equipped. The main distinction between the two series is the processor class: gaming gets unlocked Core i7 or i9 processors from the K series, while the Pro gets Core i9 CPUs from the X series. Due to differences in the motherboard and chipset, the two also have slightly different port configurations, with the gaming model having a single Ethernet port and replacing two USB-A 2.0 connections with USB-A 3.1. Additionally, the gaming model has a 32GB maximum memory limit as opposed to the pro model’s 64GB maximum memory limit. Additionally, they only have a storage setup with a 960GB SSD and a 2TB HDD.

The gaming system’s big advantage is price: It starts at $2,900 for the i145, equipped with a Core i7-9700K, 32GB RAM, and Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 (not the newer Super). If you want a system primarily for 1440p gaming, that configuration is fine; you don’t need more than an eight-core CPU and 32GB of RAM, and it probably won’t be worth the extra $600 to upgrade to an RTX 2080 Ti.

Air One Pro i200

Technical Specifications of Air One Pro I200

CPUIntel® Core™ i9-10940X (14C/28T, Up to 4.6GHz)
Memory64GB (4x16GB) VENGEANCE SODIMM DDR4-2666
Graphics CardNVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 2080 Ti 11GB GDDR6
Storage2TB M.2 NVMe SSD
PowerCORSAIR SF750 750W 80 PLUS Platinum
NetworkingWi-Fi 6 2×2, Bluetooth, Gigabit Ethernet
Front I/O2x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A, 1x HDMI 2.0, 1x Combination Headphone/Mic Jack
Rear I/O4x USB 3.1 Gen 1, 2x USB 3.1 Gen 2 (Type-A and Type-C), 7.1 Audio, 2x Gigabit Ethernet, 3x DisplayPort
OSWindows 10 Pro-64-bit
SoftwareCORSAIR iCUE, PC Doctor
Size200mm x 176mm x 380mm / 7.87″ x 6.93″ x 14.96″
WarrantyTwo years

Conclusion on Air One Pro I200 Review

The Corsair One Pro i200 comes preloaded with Windows 10 Pro 64-bit so users can get started right away, Corsair iCue to customize the RGB built into the front panel, and PC Doctor to check for system errors.