The Razer Tomahawk gaming system
Hello, everyone. I’m Athar with the news of the Razer Tomahawk gaming system and eagle-eyed this new iteration of the Razor Tomahawk initially when I saw it, there was the Li and Li alpha rebrand, but the Razor Tomahawk gaming not to be confused with that tower is now something that has evolved into this cool knock iteration system that is going to be raised at Razer Tomahawk full gaming system that they will include the graphics card that will include the new NEC9 series.
Razer has just announced their very impressive very sleek modular Tomahawk gaming desktop and this is a very tiny package packing a lot of power but it comes with a large price tag as well. The system is uniquely small and built on an Intel and new NUC kit, which Intel had announced in early 2020.
Razer Tomahawk is a small customizable board and what it allows is PC manufacturers like Razer now can provide a compact solution to gaming desktop gaming traditionally uses very large towers full motherboards, and although those setups can be impressive, some might want a smaller desktop solution that fits nicely along with other components, but they’re going to want power as well.
And that is where the Razer Tomahawk gaming desktop comes in design-wise it is a small rectangular black box with the very identifiable Razer logo adorning the front there seems to be some focus on cooling as the case has perforated holes along the side and top one of the main selling points is the ability to pack a full-size GPU a full-size card and not have to worry about space or power requirements giving this small form factor and small box the ability to match up against those very large tower setups. The preorder specifications and configuration we’re going to be looking at today they’re pricey ones.
Razer Tomahawk gaming system specification
Now on here, you have a motherboard, you have two hard drive SSDs and you have a coffee Lake knife Gen notebook CPU, the NUC module contains a 45W INTEL®CORE™ i9-9980HK Coffee Lake processor, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, a 512GB NVMe SSD, and a 2TB hard drive.
Yes, they’re mobile CPUs. But that’s to keep the TDP very, very low. Now the idea here is to take one of these and install it directly into the NUC9 and Intel’s new ecosystem.
It does, however, come pre-configured with a GPU, and that GPU is a good one that is an NVIDIA GeForce r tx 30 at founders edition and the price comes in at $3600. Now if you want to get the same setup we’re about to talk about but without the GPU that model without a card runs around 2400 let’s look at those specs.
It is going to come packing an Intel Core i9 processor and that is an Intel 9980 HK chip clocked at 2.4 gigahertz and it is capable of turbo boosting to a full five gigahertz it does come with 16 gigabytes of DDR4 RAM and it is clocked at 2667 megahertz storage wise it comes with an NVMe with 512 gigabytes of storage and there is an additional mechanical drive with two terabytes of storage.
Razer Tomahawk gaming desktop PC has a two-slot for additional expandable faster storage having a look at that enclosure, it is an all-metal chassis and it has 220-millimeter fans for active cooling, cooling off that giant gap that you got in there and a power supply of 750 watts which should be enough to power any GPU.
The system allows for full access to the components without any tools allowing the components to be slid out by using the built-in handle and the black box has some very cool RGB built right in with a very cool under glow that will add aesthetically to any desktop setup ports wise it has two USB type C thunderbolt 3.0 inputs for USB Type-A inputs 3.5-millimeter jacks for input and output as well as an optical audio out for connectivity you also have Wi-Fi six and Bluetooth five considering how little real estate.
This is going to take up pretty impressive that is packing a full RT x 30. At an Intel Core i9 with eight cores of processing power and it all comes down to the only issue which is pricing it is a little bit expensive. According to Razer, the power-packed Razer Tomahawk gaming desktop is for obviously gamers or professionals or content creators and I guess it is for them when they have a substantial enough budget in mind and they need something small over something value pack.
Now let me explain Razer has built a very nice Razer Tomahawk gaming desktop PC. And I must admire that it looks very compact and very sleek. But that price is a hurdle for the category they’re trying to conquer the fact that razor is marketing to a customer that knows the cost of these components.
They have that knowledge base, they can probably put together a similar PC at a fraction of the cost even if it has to be in a larger form factor. It’s just a little bit of a risk from Razer. On the other hand, if you’re looking for something really small, something that looks cool and you don’t want to give up a lot of that precious real estate in your home office or your gaming setup.
That is where the Razer Tomahawk gaming desktop is going to come in and save you. The other place it might save you is if you get the pre-configured one it might be your only chance to buy an RT x 30 ads in the next little while considering just how hard they have been to get so far. I do enjoy the fact that Razer is pushing.
The boundaries and packing as much power as possible in the smallest form factor while utilizing Intel’s newest technology and utilizing their newest components.
It’s nice to see PC manufacturers pushing it in an era where smaller setups are being required.
However, the requirement for power hasn’t changed.
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