Razer’s Project Christine modular gaming PC revealed at CES

Razer has unveiled its Project Christine PC concept at CES. Razor are calling Project Christine is a revolutionary new concept design that allows users to build and customize a fully modular gaming PCs in any configuration without any prior technical knowledge.

Gamers can choose any module on-the-fly in any combination, whether it’s the CPU, memory, graphics card, storage or power supply module, and simply plug it in. The PCI-Express architecture of Project Christine automatically syncs the components.
As new PC technology evolves, Project Christine can evolve with it. If the gamer need more graphics processing power or storage? they can slot-in additional graphics modules and add more storage by either swapping-out the existing storage drives or adding more modules.
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The modularity of Project Christine makes it perpetually customizable, helping eliminate the need to replace entire systems.

Each sealed module is entirely self-contained and features active liquid cooling and noise cancellation. With this design, Project Christine’s components can be safely overclocked without voiding warranties.

The project is still a concept and Razor and I am sure we will see more information on the progress of the system at this years E3.




Source: Tech Radar

Reporter: Soulfinger

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