Razer showcased the Razer Tomahawk at CES 2020 which offers a compact solution for a PC.
The Tomahawk could easily be mistaken as a GPU enclosure at first glance, like the Razer Core X. However, this isn’t actually the case as the Tomahawk is the entire CPU unit – motherboard, processor, GPU, hard drive, RAM, and PSU.
It is said to have a company Intel-specific unit with up to an Intel Core i9 CPU and up to an Nvidia RTX 2080 GPU. Along with this, it is said to come with up to 64GB and SSD storage.
The Intel piece is part of the company’s Next Unit of Computing platform called the NUC 9 Extreme Compute Element.
As far as full specs go, here it is based on razer.com:
- Up to an Intel® Core i9-9980HK 8-Core Processor
- Dual Channel DDR4 SODIMMs, 1.2V max 64GB @ 2400MHz or 32GB @ 2666MHz
- HDMI 2.0a Connector
- Supports 3x 4K Displays (Intel UHD Graphics)
- 2x M.2 Key M slots (80/110)
- 2x Thunderbolt 3 Ports
- 6x USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-A connectors
- 2x Intel 10/100/1000 Mbps (i219-LM and i210-AT) Ethernet ports
- NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20 series graphics
- Small Form Factor build & Modular design
If you’re into building it yourself, the Tomahawk N1 is for you. It is the standalone chassis.
Both the Tomahawk and the Tomahawk N1 are expected to be available in the first half of 2020. Pricing is yet to be announced as well but we’re expecting it to be on the higher end of the budget spectrum. Even the N1 alone is to be pretty pricey. A premium chassis already hits beyond the USD 100 mark thus we can expect it to be higher up there.