Razer revealed its first-ever gaming desktop at CES 2020, which the company titled the 'Razer Tomahawk.' The Razer Tomahawk will also feature a design that makes it easy for owners to change out parts to upgrade and customize the unit. The company did not indicate a price point or a release date for the computer.
The Razer Tomahawk will feature a Small Form Factor case, with a matte black colorway. The desktop will be powered by Intel's 9th Generation i9-9980HK 8-Core processor, and it will also have 64GB of RAM that allows the unit to be able to support three monitors simultaneously. The graphics card is an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20, which is able to support optimized ray tracing.
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