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Razer’s First Tower is a Modular Mini PC

Inspired by Intel’s Gaming NUCs

If you are itching to get a compact tower that is similar to Intel’s Ghost Canyon NUC, Razer will be one of the first few brands to utilize the platform with the Tomahawk. Built on the same modular platform as the Ghost Canyon, the Tomahawk uses a swappable Intel NUC Element card that contains the processor itself (Razer said you can configure it to up to a Core i9-9980HK), RAM and storage slots, CPU cooling, and most of the necessary ports.

While it does not share the same form factor as your typical desktop motherboard, what’s nice about Intel’s NUC Element cards is that it makes upgrading a breeze thanks to its modular design. In fact, Razer is marketing the Tomahawk as a PC that is meant for first-time builders. If you want to build everything from scratch, you can opt to just buy the Tomahawk enclosure and purchase a NUC Element Card elsewhere.

The Tomahawk is double the size of the Ghost Canyon with its 10-liter chassis, but that’s still a feat considering that you can fit a full-sized desktop GPU (up to an RTX 2080 Super) inside it.

Razer said that you can buy the Tomahawk sometime in June with a starting price of around $2000(~Php 101.8k). The entry-level configuration will get you a Core i7 processor, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, and an RTX 20-series GPU (most likely an RTX 2060).

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