For these new to PC gaming, constructing a strong desktop may be greater than slightly intimidating – there are all kinds of cables, slots and parts to navigate, and if you do not know what you are doing, you could possibly make fairly an enormous (and expensive) mess.
In an effort to take the trouble out of the entire course of, Razer has taken to CES 2020 to announce the Razer Tomahawk Gaming Desktop – a compact PC gaming answer that makes it straightforward to fit in upgradable parts with out instruments.
Using Intel’s NUC 9 Excessive Compute Aspect – which is actually a system-on-a-card that is powered by Ninth-gen Intel Core H-Collection processors – the Razer Tomahawk N1 chassis may be opened from the rear, with a lock-and-slide mechanism permitting for simple entry to the case’s internals.
After all, the Tomahawk N1’s glossy modular format means it’ll solely be suitable with particular parts. Nevertheless, customers will be capable of slot in as much as an Intel Core-i9 processor, 64GB of DDR4 RAM, and even squeeze in Nvidia’s mighty GeForce RTX 2080 Tremendous GPU.
Moreover, Razer says that “RAM and SSD modules on the NUC card will likely be upgradeable in addition to the followers, GPU and NUC itself”.
Tempered glass on either side of the Tomahawk N1 case affords views of the system’s vertically-mounted graphics card (the clear centerpiece of the entire desktop) and the NUC itself. The physique itself is made completely from aluminum, with an open vent design on the prime to maintain the Tomahawk cool.
Customers will be capable of configure and buy Razer’s Tomahawk Gaming Desktop someday within the first half of 2020. Moreover, the extra hardware-savvy amongst additionally, you will have the choice of shopping for the Tomahawk N1 case as a standalone product and constructing it up from scratch.
No pricing info has been supplied as of but, however we’ll preserve you up to date as quickly as we hear something.