Gaming desktops are big.
They're hard to put together.
Well, Razor wants to tell you that's all not true, if you use the new Tomahawk.
Now, if we open this up and I pull out the internal Part of it you'll see how easy it is to put something like this together really how few parts It really is.
To inside here we got room for a big graphics card, really any desktop card you could make of and there's a CPU unit and a big power supply.
So there's really just three parts to this.
I'm going to pull the power out.
This is your, basically, your CPU and your motherboard.
This is a part of Intel's NUC line.
They make these very small, compact, almost complete computers.
They call this one, I think it's Extreme Element.
It's their gaming version of the NUC.
And they've had these for years, but this is a special one that's specifically for gaming.
Then we just have a standard off-the-shelf Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080.
You pop that out and you can really use any big card like that.
And this is essentially what inside the tomahawk a big power supply a slot for a specific motherboard and CPU set like this and slot for your graphics card and you need to buy it prebuilt and all the parts inside or you can get the chassis And then get the parts and make your own custom version of it.
Both versions of the Tomahawk should be available in the first half 2020 we don't know exactly how much it'll cost either for the full gaming desktop version, or the standalone and one chassis version, but a high end gaming Kantian cost several hundred dollars.
So Keep that in mind.
In any case, if you get this one, I bet it's going to fit into your teeny tiny apartment.
Or at least my teeny tiny apartment.
There's a ton of really cool gaming hardware here at CES 2020.
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