Razer Tomahawk makes Huge Gaming PC builds Simple!


Razer, which is a global gaming hardware manufacturing company has announced a new Gaming Desktop called ‘Razer Tomahawk‘ at the Consumer Electronics Show. This new piece of hardware by the company has proved that building huge and beefy gaming PCs does not have to this complicated.

Razer Tomahawk

The main aim of the Tomahawk is to simplify the process of building capable Gaming PCs. People who are novice or experienced in this process know, how challenging it is to build a beefy gaming setup in your first try with success. There are a lot of things to be considered like SATA cables, cable management, POST, and lots of screwing while building a gaming desktop.

Talking about Razer Tomahawk, it is using Intel’s NUC 9 Extreme Compute Element – which is a system-on-a-card fueled by Intel’s Core H-series processor based on the 9th Generation. For modifying any internals inside the Tomahawk you just have to slide the shell to access its internal components.


Razer Tomahawk is built around a sliding mechanism and has a lock and slide option. Apart from all of the hardware components, you can also upgrade the fans, RAM and SSD on the NUC card and even the NUC card itself! Razer said that the users of Tomahawk can equip it with a powerful Nvidia Geforce RTX 2080 Super Graphics Card, Intel Core i9 processor, and 64 gigs of RAM.

Talking about the overall design and build, the Razer Tomahawk with the N1 case occupies very little space on your desktop and looks very much futuristic with its transparent chassis showing the internals from the outside.

Razer Tomahawk specs at a glance

  • 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

Well, pricing for this new innovation by Razer is yet to be known but the Razer Tomahawk desktop will be available in the first half of this year and not only that if you are experienced in the PC building and want to create one of your own you can buy the Tomahawk N1 case which will be sold separately by the company.

Akshit Tiwari
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