Corsair presents the desktop Vengeance 5185 with a Core i7-9700K and RTX 2080

Corsair has renewed its Vengeance 5180 desktop with the Vengeance 5185 model which represents a slight improvement in processor and motherboard among some other details. The box used by the company for the equipment is a Crystal 280X RGB, and has a custom liquid cooling system for the processor, which in this case is a Core i7-9700K.

The included graphics card remains the same, being a GeForce RTX 2080 from MSI. The size of this box is 351 mm × 276 mm × 398 mm, having two large compartments, but in a size that is not too large. The included power supply is 650 W with 80 Plus Bronze certificate, and specifically it is a TX650M from Corsair itself.

CORSAIR VENGEANCE 5185 Gaming PC – Step Up Your Game

The motherboard is a Z390 from MSI in micro-ATX format, although the memory used is 16 GB of DDR4 at 2667 MHz – they could have stretched a little and gotten it to 3200 MHz, especially for the cost of the equipment . It includes a 802.11ac wifi combo plus Bluetooth 4.2, and has two USB 3.1 connectors, six USB 3.0, audio, Ethernet, PS / 2, and video outputs of the graphics card, including three DisplayPort, one HDMI and one USB Type C for VirtualLink.

The box includes a multitude of ARGB lighting, both strips of LEDs around the glass side panel and in the fans, memory modules, radiator and processor water pump. Includes a 480GB Force MP300 solid state drive and a 2TB hard drive.

Its price is 2499 dollars .

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