When you think of a gaming PC, a clunky, oversized tower probably comes to mind. Razer wants to fix that by utilizing Intel’s Next Unit of Computing architecture to create a high-performance PC in a compact, 10-liter chassis. The upcoming Razer Tomahawk can house up to an Intel 9th-generation i9-9980HK 8-Core processor, GeForce RTX 20 series graphics, and up to 64GB of dual channel DDR4 RAM. The chassis also features a tool-less design for easy upgrades and maintenance and it can be purchased on its own if you want to build your own fully custom setup.
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