Razer presented a reduced modular gaming PC called the Tomahawk at CES recently bearing in mind the end goal of focusing on gamers and individuals who need to begin on building their own PCs. While the PC’s unique Q1 2020 delivery date didn’t occur — in all likelihood because of evident reasons — you in any event won’t need to stand by a day longer in case you’re in the US. The Tomahawk is currently ready to move at Razer’s authentic site and actual stores in the nation, with costs beginning at $2,400. Following 30 days, it will likewise be accessible through select retailers.
The modular PC is worked around Intel’s NUC 9 Extreme Compute Element card, which is a cartridge that as of now contains a processor, memory and SSD stockpiling. In case you’re pondering about the specific specs, that is the Intel Core i9-9980HK processor, 16GB of DDR4 memory and a 512GB SSD.
That SSD stockpiling is enhanced by a 2TB HDD, and a few models accompany the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 designs card. Since the Tomahawk is a measured PC, however, you can design its segments as indicated by your requirements. You can choose another designs card, for example, or add more RAM and capacity if what Intel’s NUC has isn’t sufficient.
The undercarriage itself is made of CNC-processed aluminum with a matte dark completion, has double sided separable glass entryways and has Razer Chroma RGB at the base for light shows and obvious prompts. It has four USB-A ports, two USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports, two Gigabit Ethernet ports and a 3.5mm/TOSLINK combo port. In case you’re outside the US, look out for additional subtleties: Razer disclosed to us it’s actually taking a shot at the Tomahawk’s valuing and accessibility for different nations.
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