Razer Tomahawk: Here’s the $ 2,400 modular gaming PC

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Razer Tomahawk

Designed for gamers, professionals and content creators, the Razer Tomahawk was presented at CES Las Vegas in early 2020, now reaching the market. It is a dream computer, with a compact and modular concept to enhance personalization.

Aiming to entice modders and gaming enthusiasts, this compact “tower” is not exactly cheap. Now available at the official Razer store, the Tomahawk will impact $ 2,400 on consumer savings, but it promises to surprise.

The Razer Tomahawk is a modular gaming PC

Razer Tomahawk

Razer sells this pre-built switch, although the incentive to customize is obvious and adds value to this new product. Simple design with well-defined lines is pointed out, being a box with two slots PCe, one for the GPU and the other for a board Intel's NUC Element, which also includes RAM, as well as SSD storage.

In summary, on one side we have the graphics, on the other we have everything else that is necessary for the PC to work. We also point out the presence of the Core i9-9980HK Coffee Lake processor from Intel (45 W), 16 GB of GDDR4 RAM, 2 TB HDD disk and 512 GB of NVMe SSD storage. These are the main components integrated in the board NUC Element.

Also according to Razer, while the internal storage and RAM are expandable, the processor cannot be changed in the future. Unless Intel produces another boad NUC compatible with Tomahawk, this will be your final configuration as far as the CPU is concerned.

Powerful, compact and costly for $ 2 400

Razer Tomahawk

The tower, or better, metal box has a capacity of 10 L, with space for a complete GPU (320 × 140 mm), in addition to the option to choose the Nvidia RTX 3080 Founders Edition to be installed by the manufacturer at the user's request.

This gaming computer has active cooling, comes with a 750 W PSU and has 4 USB-A ports, 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports, as well as Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, in addition to Wi-Fi 6.

Razer also suggests that this computer can be used in tournaments without taking up too much desk space. The price, however, puts this build only accessible to wealthier players and consumers, but it is certain that the product is captivating and full of excellent features.

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